Philippine Star, Aug. 24, 2002
By Jaime Laude
Got to believe in the magic of a drug-free world.
International balladeer David Pomeranz will help the newly created Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in its campaign against illegal drugs.
Pomeranz, a frequent visitor in Manila who planed in recently to promote his new album, is a key member of […]
Robert Anderson of Colorado, USA, and Churlya Wurfel of New South Wales, Australia, representatives of NARCONON International, visited the PDEA national office at Camp Crame in Quezon City recently.
They pledged to give the PDEA 20 million copies of their book entitled “The Way to Happiness” and a handout entitled “10 Things Your Friends May Not Know About Drugs” for distribution nationwide.
They invited PDEA representatives to visit their facilities in Oklahoma City, USA, to enhance PDEA’s program on drug prevention education.
Avenido said NARCONON selected the Philippines as one of its pilot areas in Asia for its latest concept on drug prevention education and rehabilitation.
At present, the international anti-drug group is looking for a site where it could build their office and rehabilitation center.
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