BFBF Holds Webinar Ahead Of International Day Against Drugs

BFBF Holds Webinar Ahead Of International Day Against Drugs

United Nation’s Office on Drugs and Crimes, UNODC, says 14.4 million Nigerians use drug and that one out of every four drug users in Nigeria is a woman.

These women, sometimes owing to their situation, depend on drugs for survival but are often stigmatised by family members and society.

Unfortunately, of these women, are widows who in search of comfort, acceptance or love take solace in drugs which invariably, affect not just them but their children as well.

It is on this backdrop, that Balm for the Bruised Foundation, BFBF, is inviting you to this scheduled webinar on “The widow and the challenges of drug use stigmatization” in commemoration of the International day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.

Date: Saturday 24th June, 2023

Time: 7pm

Medium: Google meet https://meet.google.com/sgq-aisk-kfp

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