Building Community Support for Drug Users using Mobile Cinemas

Waves of dialogue in West Africa on drug policy reform with the ultimate goal of decriminalizing drug use and possession for personal use have been making headway. Progress is slowly but surely on its way, and different actors are employing various tools and strategies to reach this goal.

Photo: Osiwa

In August 2016, OSIWA disseminated a short documentary film on the harm reduction experience in Senegal and CEPIAD. To help us do this work, OSIWA partnered with Association Culture WAW (formerly known as MobiCINE), an organization that aims to bring back the African cinematic experience in Senegal through the format of pop-up or mobile cinemas.

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