“Every school or non-formal learning environment can be part of the pilot implementation of this program,” Oihana Rementeria explains. Ohihana is the project coordinator of the Boys and Girls Plus project in Spain. Boys and Girls Plus is a prevention programme targeted to teenagers between 13 and 19 years applicable in different educational environments.
“The first projct step was to check which drug prevention programmes were available in Europe, not to repeat something that already exists or does not work,” explains Oihana.
After that first review, the project developed a set of educational tools and created a manual for educators with 6 teaching units based on a webseries hosted on You Tube.
You can find the original post in Spanish here, on the “vida solidaria” blog.