Our mission is to help promote and build a drug information network for the Americas that offers objective, reliable, up-to-date and comparative information so that member states can better understand, design and implement policies and programs to confront the drug phenomenon in all its dimensions.
The Observatory supports hemispheric policy and cooperation by examining the crucial nexus of supply and demand within the hemisphere and vis-Ã -vis other regions of the world. It has the potential to serve as an early warning system on the appearance of new drugs, new methods of using and manufacturing drugs, and changing trafficking patterns.
The OID provides the underpinnings for the Multilateral Evaluation Mechanism (MEM) indicators and for national anti-drug efforts by:
|OID Staff Directory|
|Francisco Cumsille||Chief||(202) 370-4711||E-mail address|
|Marya Hynes||Specialist, Research / Costs / REDLA / Drug Information Networks - Central America||(202) 370-4530||E-mail address|
|Pernell Clarke||Specialist, Research & Information - Caribbean||(202) 370-5494||E-mail address|
|Juan Carlos Araneda||Coordinator, Smart Programme (UNODC)||(202) 370-4746||E-mail address|
|Maria Teresa Demarco||Project Assistant, Central America||(202) 370-5417||E-mail address|
|Daniela Westphal||Administrative Assistant||(202) 370-4915||E-mail address|
updated on 6/17/2013 12:55:10 PM