ISSUP Nigeria has released its sixth Newsletter! This edition features activities of ISSUP Nigeria Chapter to commemorate the 2021 International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, UPC training for members, mentoring for substance use professionals, courtesy visits, and a focus on South-East Zone of the Chapter.
ISSUP Nigeria has released its fifth Newsletter! This edition features a message from the President of ISSUP Nigeria Chapter, how to prevent burnout by substance use prevention professionals, report on courtesy visits, webinars and a focus on state coordinators. The publication also includes information on the 4th and 5th Nigeria Chapter bi-monthly webinars, a list of ongoing activities by members as well as upcoming events and trainings under the news column. Enjoy it!
ISSUP Nigeria will be working with the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria along with key stakeholders to address drug control within the country.
This is a key focus for ISSUP Nigeria which they aim to achieve by working effectively with different stakeholders within the area of drug demand reduction. As such, this collaboration is in line with the goals and objectives of ISSUP Nigeria for the year 2021.
ISSUP Nigeria Chapter, led by the National President, Dr. Martin O. Agwogie paid courtesy visits to the Federal Ministry of Health and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). At the Ministry of Health, the team was received by the Honourable Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire and the Minister of State for Health Dr. (Sen.) Adeleke Olorunnimbe Mamora and some Directors in the Ministry. At the NDLEA office, the team was received by the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Brig.-Gen.