Launched in 2016, INCB Learning is one of the Board's initiatives to assist Member States in implementing the recommendations of the UNGASS outcome document and the 2015 and 2018 INCB Availability Reports. INCB Learning addresses the barriers to adequate availability of indispensable narcotic and psychotropic substances required for medical treatments, particularly by raising awareness and providing training.

9 Regional trainings

4 Availability workshops

4 E-learning modules

4 Regional webinars

INCB Learning has been made possible so far through the generous contributions of the Governments of Australia, Belgium, France, the Russian Federation, Thailand and the United States of America. Further support from Member States is required to sustain and expand programme activities.

INCB Learning coordinates with and receives inputs from a wide range of partners, including competent national authorities, regional bodies and international organizations. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) regularly contribute substantive inputs during training activities.


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