L’objectif principal de la formation était de renforcer les connaissances des ONG ouest-africaines en matière de politiques des drogues, de prévention et de traitement, de réduction des risques, de sécurité et de gouvernance, et enfin sur le plaidoyer. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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In February 2015, the International Drug Policy Consortium, the West Africa Commission on Drugs, the West Africa Civil Society Institute, with the support from USAID, Open Society Institute for West Africa and the Kofi Annan Foundation, hosted a drug policy workshop in Accra, Ghana. The main aim of the workshop was to develop the capacity of civil society organisations in the region on issues related to drug policy, drug prevention and treatment, harm reduction, security and governance, and effective advocacy.

Mohamed Adamou, Founder and CEO of the West Africa Behavioural Health Addiction and Recovery Management, Dr. Shahiva Labi, COnsultant with the African Development Bank and political commentator, and John Ofehansa, FOunder and Publisher of the Africa Briefing Magazine, were invited to discuss the initiative on Talking Africa. 

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