The National Drug Strategy Masterplan (NDSM) is a comprehensive, long-term plan developed by a country’s government to address issues related to drug use, abuse, and their associated consequences. The primary goal of such a masterplan is to provide a strategic framework for coordinating efforts across various government agencies and stakeholders to reduce the harm caused by drug misuse and trafficking.
The Guyana Drug Information Network (GUYDIN) Reports provide an accurate description of the drug situation in Guyana, covering all of the thematic components of the primary concerns that are at play. It identifies evolving patterns, shares information that is free from bias to assist in the planning and implementation of programmes. Additionally, it aims to provide senior policymakers with the necessary evidence to formulate updated national drug strategies and evaluate their effectiveness following implementation.