Caribbean Marijuana Use on the Rise

A newly published report on the incidence of drug use worldwide indicates that Caribbean nations have marked an increase in their already higher than average use of Marijuana. Official word comes in the United Nations report on the “Destabilizing Influence of Drug Traffic Worldwide,” which you can access through the link below. It was produced by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime. Grenada, for example, has an average of 10.8 percent of marijuana smokers. The use of the drug has increased in the Bahamas, and St Vincent, and has hit an all time high in Trinidad.

Find the report at http://www.unodc.org/documents/wdr/WDR_2010/3.0_Destabilizing_influence_of_drug_trafficking_Case_of_cocaine.pdf

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