The sub-Saharan Drug Abuse Research & Consultancy Center focuses on international drug trafficking as a window to understand how illicit drugs are dispersed and distributed for consumption around the world, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. As a result, the illicit drugs consumption has affected many people, especially vulnerable groups such as children and youth.
The center also focuses on scientific drug research in order to better understand how drugs abuse could result to health consequences, public problems and menace to individuals, family and society at large. The center’s drug research intends to provide useful baseline information for policymakers working towards illicit drugs free societies.
The center also has a library for drugs education open to the public and schools. The center’s library provides drugs prevention information, and it houses a small collection of books, documents, academic journals and NIDA educational materials. Also available services are drug rehabilitation referrals and data analysis.
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