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Palawan’s anti-drug abuse unit holds information campaign on illegal narcotics in Narra town

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At least 700 students have joined the Information and Education Campaign of the Provincial Anti-Drug Abuse Program (PADAP) in Narra town last November 27-29.

The PADAP team visited three schools, namely, San Francisco Javier College, Panacan National Highschool, and Palawan State University-Narra CCRD Campus.

“Ang Programang ito ng PADAP ay inisyatibo ni Governor Jose Ch. Alvarez. Ito ay may layunin na makapagbigay ng kaalaman sa mga kabataan kaugnay ng pinaigting na kampanya ng pamahalaang-nasyunal laban sa iligal na droga,” said the provincial government.

“Naniniwala ang gobernador na sa pamamagitan ng sapat na kaalaman na maibabahagi sa mga kabataan sa masamang epekto ng droga sa komunidad ay magiging matibay ang kanilang paninindigan na huwag masangkot dito,” it added.

Among the topics discussed were Classification of Drugs and the ill effects of drugs in life.

SPO3 Dolores L. Castro from Narra Municipal Station served as Resource Speaker on Republic 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

“Ang pamahalaang bayan ng Narra na pinamumunuan ni Mayor Lucena D. Demaala ay nakatuwang ng Palawan Anti-Drug Abuse Program sa pagsasakatuparan ng gawain,” said the provincial government.