Not too easy. Not too difficult.
huaman health as a course enables the student to understand more about how to have proper sanitation which ensures the health of a human being is safe
The drug control regime and the United Nations General Assembly Special Session Introduction to the key issues and intersections between drug control and public health, and the ongoing negotiations and debates around UNGASS 2016 on the 'world drug problem' The impact of the drug control regime on health and human rights Reflect on how drug control influences the enjoyment of human rights, infectious diseases transmission, and access to controlled medicines for pain relief, anaesthesia and palliative care Drug policies at the international and national levels Explore the different national legislations related to illicit drugs; and identify the different stakeholders of the current debate at the regional and international levels be it governments, civil society or others
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Advice for students:
students to do research, reading and take their assignments seriously.