GRANATs Delegation to the inaugural Asia-Pacific Forum Against Drugs (APFAD), Singapore, 27 August 2015 GRANAT is a short for National Movement Against Narcotics, initiated by big name individuals and public figures from diverse background. Its advisors and administrators are consisted of lawyers, businessmen, congressmen to military/police seniors. As a public movement, GRANAT aims to address the problems of illicit drug trafficking and substance abuse occurring in Indonesian society today.
Since its establishment in 1999, GRANATs proactive movement has received widespread public support and has been able to set up its representative organisatation at the rural and provincial level. It has since become a major grassroots anti-drugs movement in Indonesia. GRANATs mission is to assist government efforts on, among others: 1. Preventing illegal entry of illicit drugs to Indonesia;
2. Curb trafficking of the illicit drugs throughout the country;
3. Preventing drug abuse through continues campaign on anti drugs;
4. Help addicts to get back into their normal life. GRANAT has main five Work Programmes, which includes: organisational development and membership, executive administration and implemetation, information sharing (media and campaign), advocacy (public hotline, public watch, counselling), research and development. All programmes are being implemented simultanously and synergically, reinforcing one another in order to speed up the achievement of GRANATs main goals. In line with its organisational mission/vision and Work Programmes, GRANAT has been supporting and working towards the following features, among others:
Supporting the cooperation on drug prevention program among countries in the Asia Pacific region and beyond, especially preventing the young generation from illicit drug abuse. Further, eradicating illicit drug and human trafficking coming from the foreign port of origin (i.e. seap)
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