Georgia: EU project on drugs and drug addiction starts activities
September 30, 2021

Georgia: EU project on drugs and drug addiction starts activities

On 28 September, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) adopted a two-year work programme on bilateral cooperation with Georgia within the EMCDDA4Georgia project.

Launched on 3 May this year, the project aims to enhance national responses to drug-related health and security threats and focuses primarily on knowledge transfer and capacity-building in the areas of drug monitoring, reporting, prevention and treatment.

EMCDDA4GE is implemented by the EMCDDA under the supervision of the Delegation of the EU to Georgia and will build on the achievements and results of previous and current EMCDDA technical cooperation projects involving the country.

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