Abbas Deilamizade, chairman of the Asian Drug Demand Reduction NGOs Association--an umbrella group for 32 regional organizations--warns that the country's social welfare system is not geared to helping female addicts.
What does DDR stand for?
DDR stands for Drug Demand Reduction
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- Disposition Decision Review
- Distributed Dynamic Reservation
- District Dedicated Revenue (Florida)
- Document Discrepancy Report
- DoD (Department of Defense) Data Repository (US DoD)
- Doha Development Round (World Trade Organization)
- Doncaster Defence Regiment (UK)
- Dotation de Développement Rural (French: Rural Development Endowment)
- Double Data Rate
- Driver's Defect Report
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796 million has been released for establishment of Drug Demand Reduction Cell in the Ministry of Narcotics Control Islamabad, for which Rs.
The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment has come up with a new policy, National Policy for Drug Demand Reduction ( NPDDR), 2014, to independently address the two challenges.
The United States has undertaken a vigorous public information campaign to reduce drug demand inside Afghanistan, including seeking the support of religious leaders in drug demand reduction efforts, engaging local media, and implementing an anti-drug curriculum in Afghan schools.
As the Air Force Reserve Command Drug Demand Reduction Program manager for the past 14 years, he's handed out more magnetic calendars, notebooks, pens and stress balls than he could possibly count.
Nesif al-Hemiary, the program manager on the Iraqi side of the project known as the Iraq Drug Demand Reduction Initiative, which is funded by the U.
Also, he says comprehensive drug demand reduction is the cornerstone of a good drug control policy and strategy.
The meeting brought together drug demand reduction experts and policy makers from Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Tajikistan, as well as from UNODC offices in the region.