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Newsletter October 2016

Proposal Global Grant (GG1640108) "Training addiction treatment and prevention"


Rotary clubs Maldegem D1620 Belgium (International partner) and Rotary club Ghatkopar D3141 (Host partner) organize the global grant for Training Addiction treatment and prevention GG1640108 for students, young professionals and medical doctors. 5 more clubs from 4 districts already participate and 3 more are in the process of decision.

Return for your club and region:

Based on the training curriculum developed by this project an interactive webinar will be released by the RAG Addiction Prevention:
  1.  to train Rotarians to become the representatives in the Clubs for addiction prevention;
  2.  to become the intermediary between the Rotary Clubs, the local authorities and local organizations;
  3. To stimulate , coordinate and evaluate local actions and projects for addiction prevention.
contact: Yvan De Baerdemaecker: projects@rag-ap.org
 


Proposal Global Grant "Treatment and prevention heroïn addicts"


Rotary Club Binghamton D7170 Upstate NY (Host Partner) with support of the clubs's district and Rotary Club of Tijuana Oeste D4100 (International Partner) are looking for partner clubs to organize a global grant on treatment and prevention of Heroïn addicts in the Upstate NY region, see link.

District 7170 is creating in cooperation with clubs of the district a global grant that will address the critical aspects of the opioid problem that has infected its communities.  It will join area agencies to educate its young people about the dangers of drug abuse, support an ambulatory detox center, create a media campaign targeted to those at most risk and provide transportation for treatment for addicts in rural areas.


                                        

         contact: PDG Lana Rouff: lanarouff@gmail.com 

Club Actions




Mustafizur  Rahman Shazid , member of Rotary Club Gulshan Lake City, Dhaka (D3281) and member of the RAG Addiction Prevention made this power point for his club.

Please follow Rtn. Mustafizur's example and send your existing presentations and video's to the RAG Addiction Prevention  for further exchange and dissemination.

Research

ESPAD is a collaborative effort of independent research teams in more than forty European countries and the largest cross-national research project on adolescent substance use in the world. The overall aim with the project is to repeatedly collect comparable data on substance use among 15-16 year old students in as many European countries as possible.

(20.9.2016) Smoking and drinking among 15–16-year-old school students are showing signs of decline, but there are concerns over challenges posed by new drugs and new addictive behaviours. And while overall illicit drug use is stable in this group after previous increases (1995–2003), it continues at high levels. These are among the findings released today in the latest report from the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD). The study, published in collaboration with the EU drugs agency (EMCDDA), is based on a 2015 survey in 35 European countries, including 24 EU Member States.

 Discussion Group
 

The Rotarian action Group Addiction Prevention coordinates a Rotary International discussion group Addiction Prevention. You can join the group via www.rotary.org , my rotary, exchange ideas, discussion group.
Interested for membership please register on the website
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