The West Africa Drug Policy Network Sierra Leone Chapter orgainised a float parade in Freetown to call on the government to review the current drug policy of the country.
Addressing over 150 participants including drug users and sex workers from various part of Freetown, the event called on the government to support the best practices the world is implementing to target the supply chain while ending the criminalisation of people who use drugs.
The event included the distribution of condoms and free HIV testing.
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FDID planned several activities in Freetown, including radio talk shows and a float parade.