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Drug Awareness Hits the Classroom

MABP Delivers Drug Awareness Session at Renowned Good Samaritan School





The Need for Drug Awareness


Drug abuse is a significant challenge for the younger generation today. In India, around 15.8 million children aged between 10 and 17 years are addicted to substances. Specifically, in Bengaluru, the city reports more than 300 drug-related cases each month. The city has a crime rate of 47.4 for NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) cases and a 40.7 crime rate for drug consumption. These alarming statistics highlight the urgent need for drug awareness sessions in schools.


Our Session at Good Samaritan School


Our team visited Good Samaritan School with a mission to educate the students about the harmful effects of drug abuse. The session was interactive, engaging, and designed to resonate with the students. We discussed various types of drugs, their effects on the body and mind, and the legal implications of drug use.

We also emphasized the importance of making informed decisions and resisting peer pressure. The students were encouraged to ask questions, share their thoughts, and express their concerns.

"Each person does see the world in a different way. There is not a single, unifying, objective truth. We're all limited by our perspective." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

It is our job to give perspective to our young generation to help them choose

what is right and what not.


A Call to Action:


We need your help, your compassion, your action. Donate, volunteer, spread the word. Together, let's rewrite the narrative of Bengaluru, Be the change, be the hope, be the reason a smile replaces a tear.


 





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