Cocaine Insights was developed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). It aims to promote evidence-based strategies for the prevention and attention of problems related to cocaine consumption.
For the latter, it is necessary to comprehend its cultivation, production, and trafficking modalities, its evolution, and collaboration dynamics between actors at each stage of its supply chain. In the second edition of this series, Cocaine: a spectrum of products, authors list cocaine consumer products, its added adulterants, and the names by which cocaine products are locally known.
The information provided in the issue contributes to the progress on target 3.5 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and serves as a tool for the evidence-based implementation of UNODC programs.
To learn more about the publication, read the review on our blog (in Spanish only).