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Central drug authority 2011 12 annual report social development portfolio committee

CENTRAL DRUG AUTHORITY 2011/12 ANNUAL REPORTSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE

04 JUNE 2013

CDA: JUNE 2013


Outline of the presentation

C D A

OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION

  • Purpose

  • CDA composition

  • Targets

  • • 2011/12 Key Achievements

  • • Financial Report

  • • Challenges

  • • Recommendation

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Purpose of presentation
Purpose of Presentation

To present the 2011/12 CDA Annual Report to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development.

CDA: JUNE 2013


Composition of cda

C D A

Composition of CDA

  • CDA: 12 experts and 16 Departments;

  • 9 Provincial Substance Abuse Forums; and

  • 238 Local Drug Action Committees.

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C D A

NDMP INTEGRATED STRATEGY

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Overall goal of the central drug authority cda
Overall Goal of the Central Drug Authority (CDA)

  • Goal: Measurable reduction in substance abuse;

  • Impact: Reduction in substance abuse and related social ills such as poverty, HIV/AIDS, sex work, crime etc; and

  • Outcome: Improved quality of life through integrated Departmental and Provincial Drug Master Plans and Reports.

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Cda targets for 2011 12
CDA Targets for 2011/12

  • Review the National Drug Master Plan;

  • Improve access to substance abuse information, interventions, including treatment;

  • Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse; and

  • Reduce supply of illicit and licit substances of abuse.

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Cda targets for 2011 121
CDA Targets for 2011/12

  • Reduce harm caused by substances;

  • Conduct research;

  • Capacity building of service providers; and

  • Policy and legislation.

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Planned review the national drug master plan 2006 2011
Planned: Review the National Drug Master Plan 2006 - 2011

Achievements:

  • Relevant stakeholders consulted;

  • All inputs factored into the document resulted into the updated and refined Draft NDMP 2013 – 2017; and

  • The NDMP finalised.

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Planned improve access to substance abuse information and effective intervention
Planned: Improve access to substance abuse information and effective intervention

Achievements:

  • National clearinghouse established and functional;

  • Resource Directory updated; and

  • Helpline (0800 12 13 14) sustained and reached14871 people. SMS (32312) sustained and reached 31078 people.

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Planned increase capacity building to forum members and ldac members
Planned: Increase Capacity building to forum members and LDAC members

Achievements:

  • The CDA conducted capacity building workshops in Mpumalanga, Gauteng, Northern Cape, Free State, North West, KwaZulu Natal and Eastern Cape.

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Planned development of policy and legislation
Planned:Development of policy and legislation

Achievements:

  • DOH:Drafted legislation on alcohol advertising, sponsorship and promotion;

  • Finalised detoxification policy;

  • DSD: Finalised and gazetted the Regulations for Act 70 of 2008; and

  • DHA: Developed integrated policy and draft guidelines for combating substance abuse.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse
Planned: . Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • DOH: Departmental Drug Master Plan implemented;

  • DCS: Moral regeneration programme: Heart lines reached 19 468 inmates;

  • Youth resilience programme procured; and

  • 7290 enrolled for life orientation programme.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse1
Planned: Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • DBE: Life skills programme reached 105 231 learners;

  • National strategy for the prevention and management of substance abuse among learners developed; and

  • 10350 schools linked to police stations.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse2
Planned: Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • DSD: Integrated anti substance abuse Programme of action developed;

  • Ke Moja awareness programme evaluated;

  • Monitoring and assessment tool for substance abuse services developed; and

  • Community based model implementedin all 9 provinces.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse3
Planned: Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • Department Sports and Recreation implemented anti-doping programmes to combat doping in all 86 sporting codes; and

  • Implemented Registered Testing Pool programme in all 86 sporting codes.

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Planned reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse
Planned: Reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • SAPS:52940 inspections conducted on liquor premises;

  • Closed 27416 illegal premises; and

  • Confiscated 1 093 069 036 litres of illegal liquor including home brewed beer.

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Planned reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse1
Planned: Reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • DTI: compliance inspections and investigations conducted at provincial and national levels; and

  • Ensured liquor industry set aside 1% of its annual turnover for interventions.

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Planned reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse2
Planned: Reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • DoJ & CD: Departmental drug master plan developed; and

  • Drug courts established in the Western Cape.

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Planned reduce harm caused by substances
Planned: Reduce harm caused by substances abuse

Achievements:

  • DOH: Screening and limited intervention for alcohol use disorders among TB patients conducted and patients integrated into 3 health districts 2 primary health facilities;

  • DSD: Treatment model developed;

  • Capacitated all 9 provinces to implement Norms and standards for outpatient services; and

  • 4 treatment centres monitored.

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Planned reduce harm caused by substances1
Planned: Reduce harm caused by substances abuse

Achievements

  • DoJ and CD: Special project conducted to determine the link between HIV and substance abuse in schools.

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Achivements of provincial substance abuse forums

ACHIVEMENTS OF PROVINCIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE FORUMS abuse

2011/2012

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Planned reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse3
Planned abuse : Reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • FS:1869 people arrested on drug related crimes and 63 964 604grams of dagga confiscated;

  • 6800 inspections conducted on liquor outlets

  • 34 404 litres of alcohol confiscated from illegal traders; and

  • 182 licensed liquor premises were charged.

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Planned reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse4
Planned: Reduce supply for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • WC: Provincial Liquor Act came into effect and Liquor tribunal members appointed; and

  • Police made 70000 drug related arrests.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse4
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • Through Ke Moja reached 1916;

  • 218 (TADA) programs established in schools;

  • FS: 79 master trainers trained on Ke Moja and reached 7381 learners; and

  • 1108 implemented adopt a cop programme.

CDA: JUNE 2013


Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse5
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • FS: 227 educators trained on drug testing;

  • 1083 school safety committees established;

  • GP: anti substance abuse strategy developed; and

  • 5 regional action committees and 23 LADCs sustained.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse6
Planned: abuse Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • GP:5592 reached through Ke Moja;

  • 1000 people trained on the prevention campaign in Mamelodi and Hammanskraal;

  • Educators from 15 districts capacitated;

  • 5000 people reached through aftercare programs; and

  • 2935000 million reached through media campaign.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse7
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • 8000 young people attended future leaders conference in July 2011; and

  • 22 LADCs established.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse8
Planned: abuse Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • LIMPOPO:32 LADCs established and 65 members of LADCs trained on effects of drugs;

  • 9 CBOs established;

  • 40 social workers trained on puppets prevention and learner support program;

  • 12 community mobilization campaigns conducted.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse9
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • LIMPOPO: 27 schools addressed;

  • Youth indaba and provincial liquor conference;

  • MPUMALANGA:18 LADCs and 3 districts action committees sustained; and

  • Awareness raising campaigns conducted 3 districts.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse10
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • MPUMALANGA: Awareness raising campaigns conducted 3 districts; reaching 55272 learners reached;

  • Provincial master Plan developed and launched; and

  • NC: Reached 20 500 youth campaigns

  • 248 DSD personnel capacitated on prevention.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse11
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • NC: 3 NPOs funded;

  • 28111 people reached;

  • 1 666 women workshoped on FAS;

  • NW:60 PSAF members capacitated on after care program and 19 orientated on NDMP; and

  • 2500 reached through advocacy program.

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Planned reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse12
Planned abuse : Reduce demand for illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • NW: 2 723 people reached through community mobilization campaign;

  • 42000 people reached through Ke Moja program; and

  • WC: Developed a full directory of substance abuse services in each district. Early intervention conducted by DSD, DOH and DBE.

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Planned reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse
Planned abuse : Reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • FS:3628 offenders reached through treatment services;

  • Funded 45 NGOs and 878 service users received counselling;

  • 471 service users placed under treatment

  • Capacitated 31 CBOs; and

  • GP: 67 beds purchased from NPOs and 653 beneficiaries treated.

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Planned reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse1
Planned abuse : Reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • GP: registered 4 private treatment centres;

  • KZN: funded 2 inpatient treatment centres;

  • 2 NGOs funded to render treatment services to children; and

  • MPUMALANGA: 1 private treatment centre and 6 NPOs subsidised.

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Planned reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse2
Planned abuse : Reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • MPUMALANGA: 1 private treatment centre and 6 NPOs subsidised;

  • NC: Referred 48 people for treatment;

  • 445 people received Out-patient treatment; and

  • 45 people received aftercare services.

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Planned reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse3
Planned abuse : Reduce harm caused by illicit and licit substances of abuse

Achievements:

  • WC: 2 public treatment centres and 6 private treatment centres available;

  • Urine testing introduced ;

  • EC: funded 5 treatment centres and 738 clients admitted; and

  • KZN: Mental health and substance abuse conference held.

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Budget and expenditure
Budget and Expenditure abuse

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Challenges
Challenges abuse

  • The impact of CDA and NDMP on the quality of life of communities in South Africa not measured;

  • Departmental Drug Master Plans and Reports from national and provincial departments responsible for drug abuse counteraction not submitted on time;

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Challenges cont
Challenges cont… abuse

  • Provincial Substance Abuse Forums. Substance Abuse has to be put on both public and political agenda of the province;

  • Local Drug Action Committees (LDACs). LDACs had to be established in all 238 Municipal Areas in order to combat substance abuse at local level; and

  • There is a shortage of Public treatment centres to deal with a large number of people who are addicted to drugs.

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Recommendations
Recommendations abuse

  • It is recommended that the Portfolio committee on Social Development take note of the progress registered by CDA during 2011/12.

CDA: JUNE 2013


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