CCDAC

AcronymDefinition
CCDACContinuous Calibration Digital to Analogue Conversion
CCDACCentral Committee for Drug Abuse Control
CCDACCanine Combustion Dog Agility Club (Michigan)
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Throughout the year, the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control (CCDAC)--composed of multiple government entities involved in alternative development, drug treatment, law enforcement, and education programs--continued to make efforts to eliminate the use and production of illicit drugs.
In pursuit of this goal, the CCDAC, chaired by the Minister of Home Affairs, directs all drug-enforcement efforts in Burma.
In 2014, NGOs began open conversations with the CCDAC to advocate for a victim-centered approach that protects the human rights of the drug users seeking help.
In 2013, the United States and Burma also completed the first joint opium yield survey since 2004, visiting 12 sites with the assistance of the CCDAC, the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, and the Burmese Army and Air Force.
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.
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 anti-narcotics task forces throughout Burma, most located in major cities and along key transit routes.
The CCDAC, under the control of the Ministry of Home Affairs, leads all drug-enforcement efforts in Burma and comprises personnel from the national police, customs, military intelligence, and army.
The CCDAC, which leads all drug-enforcement efforts in Burma, is comprised of personnel from the national police, customs, military intelligence, and army.
The CCDAC, which leads all drug-enforcement efforts in Burma, is comprised of personnel from the police, customs, military intelligence, and army.
The Indian delegation was led by NCB Director General Abhay, while the Myanmar delegation was headed by CCDAC Joint Secretary Win Naing.
The 82-page report in three languages - Shan, Burmese and English - consists of information before June 2013, previous to the RCSS/SSA leader Sao Yawd Serk made his historic trip to meet President Thein Sein in Naypyitaw, where he discussed the drug issue with the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control (CCDAC).