Sandakan Municipal Council (MPS) Chairman Benedict Asmat said these programs need to be diversified through new approaches and ideas so that they can facilitate positive change for the target group. He pointed out that true prevention starts at home and the problem poses greater challenges. today because young people are easily influenced by unhealthy activities due to internet and mass media.
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