4.1 To prevent and control illicit farming, production, transportation and sale of drugs, and reduce crimes related with it.
4.2 To mitigate the incidence of drug abuse among the vulnerable groups.
4.3 To increase the access towards standard, reliable and dependable treatment and rehabilitation services.
4.4 To control and mitigate the risk of infections such as HIV, hepatitis and venerable disease among the drugs users, their families and communities.
4.5 To maintain harmony amongst other policies related directly or indirectly with the prevention and control of drugs.
4.6 To foster extensive participation with collaborations and partnership in the prevention and control of narcotics.