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U.S. efforts in international demand reduction programs Hearing before the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control, One Hundred Fifth Congress, ... June 18, 1998, Washington, DC (S. hrg) by United States

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Number of Pages277
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ISBN 100160579368
ISBN 109780160579363

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INL’s manages global partnerships and programs in the area of Drug Demand Reduction to support the treatment and prevention workforce and professionalize treatment services. By providing evidence-based prevention, treatment, and recovery support, INL’s demand reduction programs help shrink the market for illicit drugs. Learn More». donors fund a mix of supply and demand reduction programs. In fiscal year , U.S. international countemarcotic efforts cost $ million, of which 59 percent was directed toward the major coca-producing Andean countries, Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru. U.S. programs there focused on military and law enforcement drug. Overview of Prostitution and Sex Trafficking Demand Reduction Efforts Final Report Grant # IJ-CX Ap Prepared for: The National Institute of Justice Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice Seventh Street, NW Washington, D.C. Submitted by: Michael Shively, Ph.D. Kristina Kliorys Kristin Wheeler. U.S. efforts in international demand reduction programs: hearing before the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control, One Hundred Fifth Congress, second session, J , Washington, DC.

drug demand reduction and treatment programs are in place. Recommendation: Understanding that the U.S. and international drawdown will lead to reduced resources in Afghanistan, the Caucus supports increased emphasis on, and support for, demand reduction programs executed in conjunction with supply reduction programs that target both higher user. Overview of U.S. Efforts in the Western Hemisphere The legislation directs the commission to review U.S.-funded international illicit drug control programs in the Western Hemisphere, including drug interdiction, crop eradication, alternative development, drug production surveys, police and justice sector training, demand reduction, and File Size: 1MB. U.S. Demand Reduction Fact Sheet 9 November The U.S. National Drug Control Strategy is a balanced approach which views Demand Reduction as the main effort, with Supply Reduction as a critical supporting effort. The following facts should be helpful in portraying the true state of drug abuse in the United States and the emphasis of the. Demand Reduction Program (DRP) An intermediate sentencing, diversion and education option for offenders. Made possible by cooperation from FUSE, CAWS, Youthworks, ND Attorney General’s Office, and the University of Mary. The content of the curriculum is the product of this cooperation and is supervised by the Criminal Justice Department at theFile Size: KB.

U.S. Global Demand Reduction Efforts on Drugs Prevention and treatment activities highlighted by INL Following is the text of a December fact sheet on U.S. international demand reduction initiatives on illicit drugs, issued by the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) at the U.S. Department of State. Indonesia – U.S. Drug Demand Reduction Workshop (February ) Youth training in drug prevention with Vietnam Government (December ) Life skills training in drug prevention in Myanmar (November ) Launch of “International Journal of Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders (IJPTSUD)” (July ). U.S. demand-reduction and anti-addiction programs have not yet turned the tide. Neither have the United States or others been able to track down .   U.S. Government Efforts to Fight Demand Fueling Human Trafficking Human trafficking, a dehumanizing crime turning people into mere commodities, includes both supply and demand‑side factors. On the supply side, criminal networks, corruption, lack of education and reliable information about employment opportunities, and poverty make people.