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Annual regional discussion on UNODC Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme held in Belgrade

Annual regional discussion on UNODC Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme held in Belgrade

8-9 November 2018, Belgrade, Serbia: In collaboration with the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) and with the support of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, UNODC organized a Regional workshop on Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence (LQSFA) programme implementation with national professionals and Lions Club representatives from the South Eastern Europe (SEE) region. 

Number of Macedonian teachers educated by UNODC in the life skill based programme has exceeded 100

Number of Macedonian teachers educated by UNODC in the life skill based programme has exceeded 100

29-31 October 2018, Skopje, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: In collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, UNODC and the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) successfully expanded the implementation of the Lions Quest "Skills for Adolescence" programme with the inclusion of 10 additional elementary schools, by organizing training of educators in Skopje.

UNODC presented the results of the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme at the Lions Europe Forum 2018

UNODC presented the results of the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme at the Lions Europe Forum 2018

25-27 October 2018, Skopje, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: In the past 4 years, collaborating with the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), UNODC had implemented the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme in the Southeast Europe region (SEE).

 

UNODC extended the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme implementation in Montenegro

UNODC extended the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme implementation in Montenegro

08-10 October 2018, Kotor, Montenegro: In collaboration with the Ministry of Education of Montenegro, UNODC expanded the implementation of the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme with the Inclusion of 11 additional elementary schools from the coastal region of Montenegro.

 

UNODC scaled up the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme implementation in Serbia

UNODC scaled up the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme implementation in Serbia

14-16 September 2018, Belgrade, Serbia: Expanding the successful cooperation between UNODC and the Lions Club International Foundation on the dissemination of evidence-based drug use prevention strategies, a training of educators for the further implementation of Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme was held for 10 additional elementary schools in Belgrade.

Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme follow-up sessions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme follow-up sessions in Bosnia and Herzegovina

16 April 2018, Bijeljina - 17 April 2018, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina: UNODC and the Lions Clubs International Foundation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, initiated the Lions Quest Skills for Adolescence programme in  March 2017. The programme is scheduled for implementation until June 2019 in 29 primary schools in Tuzla, Mostar, Sarajevo and Bijeljina reaching out to more than 700 students in total.