Grenada: National Anti-Drug Strategy, 2012 to 2017
NCODC. National Council of Drug Control (Granada)
The National Anti-Drug Strategy 2012 to 2017 is the blueprint of the Government of Grenada’s responses to the drug phenomena. It outlines all national concerns in drug control. It articulates national policies, define priorities, and apportion responsibilities for drug control efforts. All national concerns in drug control are outlined in a comprehensive manner and structured in a logical framework by analyzing the countryspecific drug problems through the use of statistical data, assessing the activities carried out until now, and identifying what needs to be undertaken during a specific period to attain the objectives agreed upon.