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The move is a result of the country’s new criminal law, which took effect Aug. 10. It treats “drug mules” who commit the low-profit, high-risk offense more as vulnerable people exploited by cartels than as hardened criminals.
This report presents the key findings and recommendation of the review of Myanmar's legal framework and its impact on acess to health and HIV prevention and treatment services for people living with HIV and key populations.
Following the groundbreaking call last month by the World Health Organization (WHO) for countries to stop criminalizing drug use and treat the issue as a public health one, this infographic outlines the stance of a handful of UN agencies toward drug decriminalization.