ASEAN Training Center for Preventive Drug Education (ATCPDE)

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1979-11-30 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


30 Nov 1979, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), during 4th Meeting of the D-XD0165 - ASEAN Drug Experts, through a Memorandum of Understanding adapted and approved by ASEAN member countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand). Quezon City (Philippines) as site formalized 1980. Also referred to previously as ASEAN Centre for Preventive Drug Education.


Conduct training in preventive drug education for ASEAN Member States; conduct research on training programs, new approaches, content and instructional materials in preventive drug education; provide technical assistance in preventive drug education; maintain links with ASEAN Member States and other international agencies on matters related to preventive drug education.


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Foreign Ministries of ASEAN Member States through ASEAN Offices. Dangerous Drugs Board of the Philippines. Drug Education Committee, headed by Director. Executive Secretary. Members from different government agencies (6): Education; Social Welfare and Development; Philippine Information Agency; Health; Commission on Higher Education; University of the Philippines.


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