Wolseley, April 15 – The Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR) has officially launched a new three year project in Wolseley, the Western Cape, in order to drive Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) awareness and run prevention programmes such as the Healthy Mother Healthy Baby© (HMHB) Programme.
Traditionally, the Easter holiday break is a high risk period in South Africa for road deaths and accidents and with a year on year increase since 2011, it is up to all South Africans to remember the grim consequences of an irresponsible approach to alcohol use.
About The ARA
ARA - A Positive Force in South African Society
The ARA is registered as a non-profit organisation (NPO) with the Department of Social Development and is focused on the prevention of the negative consequences of alcohol abuse. The association’s mission is to reduce alcohol-related harm through combating the misuse and abuse of alcohol beverages and promoting only their responsible use... read more
The focus of the ARA is:
- Prevention through education
- Self regulation
- Participation in public policy development