A Memorandum of Agreement has been signed today by the Dangerous Drugs Board and the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor for the implementation of an anti-drug program dubbed as "Urban Poor Kontra Droga: Harnessing Capacities for Drug Free Communities."Read more ...
Assistant Secretary Earl P. Saavedra, former Commissioner of the National Youth Commission representing Mindanao, has been newly appointed as Deputy Executive Director for Operations of the Dangerous Drugs Board.Read more ...
Announcement: Submission of Monitoring Reports in relation to the implementation of OPLAN SAGIP – Guidelines on Voluntarily Surrender of Drug Users and Dependents and Monitoring Mechanism of Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Campaigns (Bd. Reg No. 4, s. 2016)
Pursuant to Dangerous Drugs Board Regulation No. 4, Series of 2016, the Department of the Interior and Local Government has directed all DILG Field Offices to submit required monitoring reports on or before 15 February 2017.
Reports to be submitted are in relation to the implementation of the said regulation which directed all Punong Barangay to organize or revitalize their Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Councils (BADAC) in accordance with DILG MC 2015-63; appropriate substantial portion from their annual budget to fund their anti-drug abuse related programs, projects and activities; and submit the names of BADAC members and their plan of action.
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Officials and staff of the country’s policy-making and strategy-formulating body on drug prevention and control undergo drug testing on Monday administered by the National Reference Laboratory.
The Dangerous Drugs Board Chairman, Sec. Benjamin P. Reyes, also submitted to drug testing along with more than a hundred members of the DDB staff. This is part of the agency’s “Drug-Free Workplace Policy” which entails the conduct of regular drug tests to help ensure that employees remain free from the influence of drugs.Read more ...
The Dangerous Drugs Board would like to inform the general public that the agency and its officials do not engage in any solicitation activity.
Reports have been reaching our end that alleged calls are made to different institutions namedropping the Dangerous Drugs Board and its officials seeking for donations and monetary entitlements.
Should you have information as to these fraudulent activities, please notify us through the following contact details:
(02) 9291753/ 9294544