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National Alcohol Policy (NAP) Stakeholder’s Validation Conference. Crossroads Hotel 29 June , 2011 Lilongwe Malawi By Maganizo Kachiwiya. NAP Conference, 2011. Presentation objectives ( i ) Provide broad policy overviews; (ii) Identify major policy highlights; and

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National alcohol policy nap stakeholder s validation conference

National Alcohol Policy(NAP)Stakeholder’s Validation Conference

Crossroads Hotel

29 June , 2011

Lilongwe

Malawi

By Maganizo Kachiwiya


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Presentation objectives

(i) Provide broad policy overviews;

(ii) Identify major policy highlights; and

(iii) Make proposals for policy way forward


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1. POLICY OVERVIEWS

1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 Background Information


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Profit Outcomes

(Incomes, employment, taxes)

1.1.2 Rationale

Rationale

Problem Statement

Consumption

Impact

Development Outcomes

(Crime, violence, low productivity,)

Public Health Act

Mental Health Strategic Plan

Essential Health Package

Public Health Outcomes

(CDs and NCDs)

Aim

CDs, NCDs

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1.1.3 Linkages with Other Relevant Policies

Public Health Act

Mental Health Strategic Plan

Essential Health Package

NAP


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1.1.4 Key Challenges

Challenges


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1.1.5 Alcohol and existing laws


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1.1.6 Impact of alcohol supply and use

Public Health Risks

(NCDs & CDs)

Employment

Social Risks

(Violence, crime)

Incomes

Impact

Negative

Positive

Economic Risks

(low workplace productivity)

Public revenues

(taxes)


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1.2 Broad Policy Directions

(What do people want?)

VLP

Vision

Mission

Goal

Objectives


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1.3 Policy Themes

(What should be done?)

HLP

VLP

VLP

Strategies/

Actions

Supply

Theme

Demand

Strategies/

Actions


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1.4 Implementation Mechanisms

How do we do that?


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Summary (DOOP Strategy)


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2. POLICY HIGHLIGHTS

2.1 (DROP ALCOHOL DROP ALCOHOL DROP ALCOHOL) precise message of policy;

2.2 (Direction) Control (regulation & enforcement) policy with a number of education and mobilization measures;

2.3 (Need for balancing policy actions) between formal and informal supply lines of alcohol products; and

2.4 (Information needs) (gaps) Appendix 2 column 4 shows a need for baseline/current data;


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4. PROPOSALS (Way forward)

4.1 Formulate operational plan i.e. National Response Plan for alcohol issues;

4.2 Submit NAP to Cabinet for approval;

4.3 Review existing laws vis-à-vis alcohol and adopt them;

4.4 Draft Bill for legislation of Alcohol Act;

4.5 Integrate alcohol indicators in National Surveys;

4.6 Advocacy campaigns on alcohol-related harms DROP ALCOHOL CAMPAIGN;

4.7 Produce alcohol-specific IEC materials;