Fri, 07 Sep 2018 16:28 - Updated Fri, 07 Sep 2018 16:28
Anti-drug institute trains activists
Luanda - Thirty activists have been trained by the National Anti-Drug Institute (INALUD) to publicise the information on prevention and combat of drugs in communities.
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INALUD Representative, Rui Marcelino
Photo: Manuel Adão Zamba
The information was confirmed Friday by the head of the Institution's Monitoring, Training and International Relations Department, Rui de Abreu Marcelino.
The trainees benefitted from the course on the "Danger of drug use", from 3 to 6 September 2018, in Viana, Luanda.
Marcelino said after the completion of the training the group still have another stage that has to do with the raising awareness among social actors.
This includes facilitating INALUD's work on combat drug use and alcohol consumption.
The 20-hour training focused on Profile of the Social Activist, the Danger and Risks of Drug Use, Work in Communities and Social Integration.
The beneficiaries also discussed topics like the Methods and Techniques of Animation, Legislation, Mobilization and Resource Management, Work Group, Leadership and Communication Techniques.
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