DARE Network (Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Education Network)

DARE (Drug & Alcohol Recovery & Education) Network is a grassroots national NGO. DARE Network provides culturally appropriate non-medical treatment & prevention education to reduce substance abuse & associated social issues within the communities of displaced ethnic people from Burma, along the Thai/Burma border. DARE Network envisions the strength of ethnic people from Burma to use the power of recovery from addiction as a non-violent means to resist oppression. A Free Mind Cannot Be Destroyed.

Planning on site.

Planning on site.
Photo from Progress Report 'Building in Karen State: It takes a community.' (view small | med | large | orig)

Planning on paper

Planning on paper
Photo from Progress Report 'Building in Karen State: It takes a community.' (view small | med | large | orig)

The boys on the bikes between villages

The boys on the bikes between villages
Photo from Progress Report 'Building in Karen State: It takes a community.' (view small | med | large | orig)

Alin

Alin
Photo from Progress Report 'From the Land of Jade and Heroin' (view small | med | large | orig)

Opium

Opium
Photo from Progress Report 'DARE Network...Networking in Burma' (view small | med | large | orig)
 
   

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