UNODC and illicit crop monitoring
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UNODC works with the main drug-growing countries in the world - Colombia, Peru and the Plurinational State of Bolivia for coca, Afghanistan, the Lao People's Democratic Republic and Myanmar for opium and Morocco for cannabis - to monitor the extent and evolution of illicit crops.
The crop survey data helps Governments in their policy development and in planning how to tackle the illicit crops. The monitoring systems supported by UNODC are tailored to the national contexts and emphasize training and development of local expertise.
The direct participation of UNODC in the national monitoring systems ensures transparency in the surveys and gives additional credibility to the results.
- 15/04/2014 - South-East Asia - Opium survey 2013 - Lao PDR, Myanmar
- 31/10/2012 - South-East Asia Opium Survey 2012 - Lao PDR, Myanmar
- 13/12/2010 - South-East Asia - Opium survey 2010 - Lao PDR, Myanmar
- 14/12/2009 - Opium poppy cultivation in South-East Asia - Dec 2009
- 02/02/2009 - Opium poppy cultivation in South-East Asia - Dec 2008
- 10/10/2007 - Opium poppy cultivation in South-East Asia - Oct 2007
- 05/10/2006 - Opium Poppy cultivation in the Golden Triangle - October 2006
- 08/06/2005 - Laos opium survey - June 2005
- 01/07/2004 - Laos opium survey - July 2004
- 05/06/2003 - Laos opium survey - June 2003
- 05/06/2002 - Laos opium survey - June 2002