Drug Free World Africa

Welcome to our UK online Portal.

“Our mission is to empower individuals and communities to make informed decisions about drugs and to choose a drug-free lifestyle”

Drug abuse is a global problem that affects individuals, families, and communities. It causes physical and mental health problems, contributes to crime and violence, and has a negative impact on education and the economy.

Our website provides valuable resources and information to help individuals make informed decisions about drugs. Here are some of the resources available on our website:

The Truth About Drugs

This section provides factual information about various drugs, including their effects, risks, and potential dangers. We believe that when individuals have accurate information, they are better equipped to make informed decisions about drug use.

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Drug-Free World Africa Programs

We organize campaigns to raise awareness about the dangers of drugs and to promote a drug-free lifestyle. Our campaigns include educational events, seminars, and workshops aimed at empowering individuals and communities.

Our Programs
Educational Resources

Our website provides free educational resources for teachers, parents, and young people. These resources include lesson plans, videos, and other educational materials that can be used to teach young people about the dangers of drugs and the benefits of a drug-free lifestyle.

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Volunteer Opportunities

We welcome volunteers who are passionate about promoting a drug free society. We offer a range of volunteer opportunities, including organizing events, fundraising, and spreading the word about our mission.

Become a volunteer

At Drug-Free World Africa, UK, we believe that everyone has the right to live a drug-free life.

We are committed to promoting education, awareness, and empowerment to create a better future for

ourselves and our communities. Join us in our mission to create a drug-free world.

Meet the team

DFWA Trip To Ukarine

Engr. Chinagorum Nkaru

President of Drug Free World Africa

Rev. Peter Unadike


Bar. Edward Obioha