Following the launch of the UNODC-WHO International Standards for the Treatment of Drug Use Disorders (2016) (“the Standards”), there was a need for new globally applicable tools to ensure a qualified and effective response to drug use disorders (DUDs) around the world.
This work contributes to the achievement of the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
3- Good Health and Wellbeing
5- Gender Equality
8- Decent Work and Economic Growth
10- Reduced Inequalities
16- Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
17- Partnership for the Goals