International Federation of Non-Government Organizations for the Prevention of Drug and Substance Abuse (IFNGO)
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1981 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Founded 1981, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), following recommendations of a conference 1979, Jakarta (Indonesia). Also referred to as: International Federation of NGOs Against Drug Abuse (IFND); International Federation of Non-Governmental Organizations.
Attain harmonious and fruitful relations among NGOs in the Asia-Pacific region and internationally in pursuing activities to prevent and control drug abuse; consolidate efforts to achieve a drug-free society; attain a common mechanism for collection and collation of drug abuse data and for rapid dissemination of such data to members; attain concerted action among members within intents and purposes of 'Kuala Lumpur Declaration'.
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