Youth civil society drug prevention workshop

A two day ‘Young People As Changemakers’ workshop focused on building youth capacity to create “tailor made” drug prevention programs was held by non-governmental organisation (NGO) Journey.

“This workshop is training youth to develop drug prevention programs that are specialised to address community needs and target at-risk youth,” Journey Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Shuaib told Minivan News.

The 25 workshop participants include youth civil society leaders, civil servants from the Ministry of Human Resources Youth and Sports, and councillors from the Ministry of Education.

The workshop has been conducted with the support of UNICEF and a consultant from Nepal, specialising in youth education, and concluded Thursday (February 21).


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  1. I am a girl from Afghanistan and a member of civil society network and strongly would like to participate in drug prevention programs. as you know Afghanistan is the biggest producer drug in all over the world so just hope to share Afghan youth in your training workshops to have better world!


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