The Ministry of Education will allow NGOs to conduct more frequent drug campaigns in drug-dealing schools among students.
Minister Mazali Malik encouraged the private sector and political parties to manage these systems.
"Students should not be drug addicts, so I support efforts to fight drugs," he said at a press conference after opening the Nongchik Community Center here today.
Masley said the private sector and political parties can also help with efforts by donating and participating in anti-drug activities.
"Ideologies aside, all parties should be more involved in helping the community, especially the younger generation because it is about their future," he said.
He added that schools should also be provided with sufficient knowledge to deal with cases of drug use, including how to perform a urine test on students, placing greater emphasis on the education system for students to stay away from drugs. – Bernma