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Cablegate: Colombo Plan: Drug Advisory Program Funding

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS COLOMBO 001233

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR SA, SA/INS, INL

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR AFIN AMGT KFSC CE
SUBJECT: Colombo Plan: Drug Advisory Program funding
for FY2003

Ref: State 199211

In response to Reftel, Mission is prepared to amend the
existing Colombo Plan Agreement to accept funding (USD
420,000) for the following projects:

A. Global Conference on Drug Abuse Prevention - USD
70,000

B. Second Asian Youth network program - USD 80,000

C. Training of Trainers' Workshops on Enhancing Life
Skills in Drug Demand Reduction - USD 50,000

D. Managing Treatment and Rehabiliation Programs - USD
50,000

E. Twentieth IFNGO Conference - USD 75,000

F. Development of Handbook for Asian Ex-Addict and
Family Support Groups Training - USD 55,000

G. Demand Reduction Programs for South Asia - USD -
22,000

H. Small Scale/Cost Sharing Projects on Demand Reduction
- USD 18,000

CAMP

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