In 2003, a new Agency was established that promotes a balanced approach to demand and supply reduction. It includes training to health professionals.
Legal framework: We have key partners between ministries and the programmes provide a wide range of services.
Major development: role played by public authorities and NGOs. Addiction is now seen as a disease.
In 2009, a number of projects were initiated for more than 1,000 drug users for HIV prevention, treatment and care; provide grounds for civil society organisations and technical assistance through capacity building; training programmes among stake holders and service providers; development of a harm reduction approach. Available expertise would help in these domains. Globalisation gives us the chance to get information on what is effective and works.