MENAHRA

Overview

The Middle East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association (MENAHRA) was first launched in 2007 as an initiative from the World Health Organization, in cooperation with Harm Reduction International within the project “promoting the role of civil society organizations in the MENA region. Building on the outcomes of the initiative, today MENAHRA is an independent international NGO registered in Beirut.

MENAHRA's mission is to improve the quality of life of drug users through advocacy, capacity building, and technical assistance, and by serving as a resource centre in the region. The MENAHRA network intends to support the creation of policy, legal and social environments that are conducive for the implementation and scaling up of harm-reduction activities in the countries of the MENA region through research, advocacy, information services and training. MENAHRA also aims to build the capacity and enhance the knowledge and skills of Governments and civil society organisations (CSOs) to deliver harm-reduction services for people who use drugs.


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