BANDUNG - The National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia together with the West Java Provincial Government launched the Anti Narcotics Education House (RAN), at the 2019 West Java Festival.
Head of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) of the Republic of Indonesia (RI) Komjen Pol. Heru Winarko said, the Anti-Narcotics Education Center (RAN) was one of the efforts to save young people, especially in West Java from drug abuse.
Head of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) of the Republic of Indonesia (RI) Komjen Pol. Heru Winarko said, he felt proud that West Java Province was one of the locations of the BNN RI pilot project in implementing the RAN program.
"The RAN program is packaged in the concept of exposure and education which is divided into 6 programs, namely vlogs, articles, photography, graphic design, murals, and music," said Heru, at the 2019 West Java Festival, at Gedung Sate, Bandung, Saturday (02/11).
According to Heru, besides dealing with drug problems, starting from home first, there is also the need for training for young people, especially millennials, who are currently quite numerous and easily exposed
"Earlier I said that for us to start from home, in addition to that we also held trainings for young people, for the millennials of the mosquitoes from YouTubers, taking pictures became our ability to improve them," he said.
Heru said, the choice of West Java as a pilot project for the NAP program by the National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia, in addition to the sizeable population, the level of exposure was quite high and it was hoped that if, for example, 20 percent of Indonesia's population was clean of at least our drugs would have a significant effect.
"For West Java, we focus first, because West Java is large in population and also the level of exposure is also quite high. West Java is in the top 5 because the population is quite large so the numbers are also exposed to high levels," he said. (Parno)