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Working where the risks are : drug abuse prevention programme in Asia for marginalised youth

2002

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The programme uses non-formal education to reach vulnerable young people who are at risk of drug misuse and HIV, mainly in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, but also in Pakistan, Malaysia and Nepal. These youth often live in marginalised settings, e.g. slum dwellers, street children, or certain low caste communities. The programme also raises awareness among the broader community about drug mis-use and harm prevention activities, and develop policy with organisations and professionals, from grassroots level to regional government

Working with street children : a training package on substance use, sexual and reproductive health including HIV/AIDS and STDs [Introduction]

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO). Department of Mental Health and Substance Dependence
2000

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This training package responds to the needs of field workers in a variety of settings and aims at better equipping street educators with essential knowledge and skills. It has ten modules around understanding and responding to the needs of street children. The full set can be downloaded at http://www.unodc.org/youthnet/en/youthnet_action_vulnerable_populations.html#othertools (scroll to bottom of page)

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