News

  • 07.07.2017
    CADAP experts from Poland met with the national partners engaged in the prevention programme implementation in Tajikistan. The meetings focused on presenting the implementation results of the prevention programme “Closer to Each Other – Further from Risky Behaviour” for adolescents. The Polish experts presented results of the survey, which was conducted among parents and together with participants they discussed and brainstormed how to assure the institutionalization of the programme.
  • 29.06.2017
    The Central Asia Drug Action Programme’s (CADAP) national partners discussed the assessment report “State of Play of Drug Policy Making in Tajikistan” with an expert from the Trimbos Institute (CADAP Component 1 – National Drug Strategy).
  • 19.06.2017
    On 15 June 2017 the Central Asia Drug Action Programme’s (CADAP) representatives met with Mr. Taalaybek Zhaparov, the Chairman of the State Service on Execution of Punishments under the government of the Kyrgyz Republic. The parties discussed the preparations for the construction of the "Clean zone" for convicted women in the women's correctional institution No. 2, where it is planned to support and rehabilitate those who made a choice to quit drug use.
  • 25.05.2017
    For the first time, the Central Asia Drug Action Programme Phase 6 (CADAP 6) sets out proposals for reviewing and supporting the development of strategies, action plans and legislations employing European good practices. The Trimbos-instituute incorporates a balanced policy approach with the latest developments and achievements in the field of drug demand reduction and other drug-related policy forms (including new approaches supported by CADAPs’ previous phases) and overarches the actions covered by the other components, namely national focal points, drug use prevention mechanisms, prevention campaigns, treatment methodologies and social/street work. Trimbos’ strategy follows an integrated and plural approach to drug policy by inter-agency coordination, trans-regional and international cooperation.
  • 31.03.2017
    Two German experts conducted a two-day training workshop for fourteen medical workers of the penitentiary system from Dushanbe, Kujand, Kurgantube cities and Vahdat district. A representative of „SPIN Plus” NGO also took part in the training.