The National Observatory on Drugs and Drug Addiction (NODDA) aims to establish a multidisciplinary network facilitating the accessibility to accurate, up-to-date, comparable and reliable data through competitive methodological approaches to produce evidence for policy-making.
National Report on Drug Situation in Lebanon – 2017
The report focuses on drug prevalence, market, policy, treatment and prevention in Lebanon. The reporting period extends between 2000 and 2016 inclusive. This publication was made possible through the close collaboration of the relevant ministries – Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE), Ministry of Interior and Municipalities (MOIM), Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and Ministry of Social Affairs (MOSA) with the technical support of Association Francophone pour les Maladies Mentales (AFMM), European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction European Neighborhood Policy project (EMCDDA – ENP), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), World Health Organization (WHO) and the funding of Pompidou Group.
Disclaimer: These are publications that have been found through online literature review. The methodological approaches have not been validated and the articles are not endorsed by the MOPH. The list will be updated on regular basis to facilitate research on the topic of drugs and addiction.