Drug-Free Community

SKUAD ANTIDADAH

  • Establish a group of volunteers that plays a role in executing drug preventive education and public awareness on the ill effects of drug abuse.
  • Spread awareness on the ill effects of drug abuse
  • Provide early support to individuals with drug and social problems
  • Promote a drug-free lifestyle
  • Section 6(h) National Anti-Drugs Act 2004 - to enlist and foster public support in combating misuse of dangerous drugs
  • Malaysia Citizen.
  • Ages 18-45 years old at registration.
  • Existing members aged 46 years and above automatically becomes associate members.
  • Active SKUAD
  • Caring SKUAD
  • Spiritual SKUAD
  • A.C.T.IN. SKUAD (Anti-drugs Campaigns Through Information)
  • Corporate SKUAD
  • Youngters SKUAD (Below 18 years)

SUCCESS, MATURE, ACTIVE, RATIONAL, RESPONSIBLE (SMART)

  • The SMART programme guides and educates youth to increase their skills, knowledge and awareness pertaining to the dangers of drugs as well as teaches about a positive lifestyle in order to produce drug-free youth.
  • To mobilise local youth into action to fight the threat of drugs in their respective areas;
  • To produce highly skilled youth who are visionary and free from the threat of drugs;
  • To deliver information on the importance of health and practising a healthy lifestyle

This programme is implemented based on/guided by the following classifications:

  • Youth programmes in urban areas;
  • Youth programmes in rural areas
  • Youth at risk can obtain knowledge, understanding and awareness pertaining to the dangers of drug abuse;
  • Youth at risk do not become involved in social problems especially drug abuse;
  • Youth at risk can deliver information on the dangers of drugs to their peers

NATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUGS

  • The goal of this programme is to serve as a reminder that drugs continue to be the main threat to the country and to health.
  • To increase awareness among all levels of society of drugs as the country’s number one enemy
  • To increase awareness among all levels of society of the dangers of drugs to health
  • To deliver the latest information and development on drug problems in the country
  • To increase commitment and cooperation from various agencies and all parties in the effort to fight drugs
  • Students in pre-school, primary school, secondary school and public and private institutions of higher education
  • Youth groups (male and female)
  • Political leaders
  • Community leaders
  • Parents
  • Government departments/private sector & NGOs/political bodies
  • Felda/Felcra/Risda communities
  • Traditional villages, fishing villages and Orang Asli villages
  • Persons under surveillance
  • Local communities

The National Day Against Drugs is carried out for one week (16 to 22 February) in February every year.

  • People from all walks of life play their roles and responsibilities in the effort to overcome the drug problem as well as practise a healthy lifestyle.
  • Families and the community are able to accept and help former addicts to attain full recovery.

NATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUGS

  • The goal of this programme is to serve as a reminder that drugs continue to be the main threat to countries worldwide and are harmful to health.
  • Various programmes and activities combining the elements of prevention, rehabilitation and enforcement need to be carried out to ensure the world becomes free of the drug threat.
  • To continuously remind and bring awareness to the public that the drug problem is a threat that must be overcome together
  • To deliver the latest information and development on the drug problem scenario in the country and the world
  • To improve the capacity, commitment and cooperation of all countries worldwide
  • To enhance awareness of all levels of the global society that drugs are harmful to health
  • Heads of state
  • Government departments/private sector & NGOs (PEMADAM, PENGASIH, DIC and others)
  • Political bodies and international organisations (UNODC Bangkok Office, ASEAN Secretariat Jakarta & Colombo Plan)
  • NADA SKUAD
  • Local communities
  • Students of international schools and public/private institutions of higher education (foreign students)
  • Foreign ambassadors and their families
  • The International Day Against Drugs programme is a platform for consolidating relations and cooperation at international level which plays a role in managing the drug problem.
  • All communities play their respective roles in finding the best solution and approach to eradicate the drug problem.
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