CCDAC

AcronymDefinition
CCDACCentral Committee for Drug Abuse Control
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According to SHAN, the 82-page report says the RCSS/SSA's Anti Narcotics Committee (ANC) headed by Sai Harn, Sai Wun Kherh and Sai Hseng Wan, had held seven meetings with the U Ye Naing Win, head of the Shan State CCDAC, and U Win Tun, Chief of Shan State Police Force; 4 meetings with the UNODC's Burma representative Jason Eligh and a public consultation in Mongnai.
In accordance with the UN General Assembly Special Session on the World Drug Problem (UNGASS), CCDAC initiated a process in July 2016 to develop a new Drug Control Policy.
In an effort to increase awareness of the true scope of Burma's drug use problem, the CCDAC has partnered with UNODC to launch Burma's first National Drug Use Survey.
In pursuit of this goal, the CCDAC, chaired by the Minister of Home Affairs, directs all drug-enforcement efforts in Burma.
In 2014, the CCDAC restructured the DED, upgrading it from a Department to a Division, and doubled the number of its task forces to 50, expanding its presence in high-priority areas in Rangoon and Mandalay regions and Rakhine and Shan states.
In 2013, the CCDAC announced it would restructure and increase the number of its counternarcotics task forces to 50, expanding its presence in Rangoon and Mandalay regions and Rakhine and Shan states.
The Burmese government again failed to provide sufficient suitable alternative development opportunities targeted at opium cultivators, though in December 2011 the CCDAC outlined an alternative development plan for the first time.
In pursuit of this goal, the CCDAC, under the control of the Ministry of Home Affairs, led all drug-enforcement efforts in Burma, including the operation of 26 antinarcotics task forces throughout Burma, most located in major cities and along key trafficking routes.
Though under-resourced and hampered b y political constraints, the CCDAC continued active drug interdiction efforts during 2010.
On January 22, 2009, CCDAC seized 112 kilograms of heroin at a house in Rangoon, Burma, the largest seizure of heroin ever to occur in Rangoon.
On January 19, 2007, based on DEA and AFP information, the Lashio CCDAC ANTF dismantled a heroin refinery in the Man Lin Hills near Lashio, Shan State.
In May 2006, a joint DEA Rangoon, Thai Office of Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) and Burmese CCDAC ANTF operation resulted in the arrest of 16 subjects in Eastern Shan State, and the seizure of approximately 340 kg of heroin, 65.