Partnerships & Associations
Many of the projects and interventions of the ARA are in partnership with other stakeholders and community organisations who share similar objectives to the ARA and together their collective efforts provide a greater impact for change in communities and societies. This includes a number of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and local and national government departments.
Instead of blunt, population-based policy approaches to alcohol beverage regulation, what have also proven effective in actually combating the problems associated with alcohol abuse are targeted interventions.
These combined targeted interventions are an important way in which governments, public health organizations, and the alcohol beverage industry can partner together in fighting alcohol abuse and misuse.
The ARA is proud of its achievements to date, working in partnership with these various stakeholders to address the problems of alcohol abuse and misuse and will continue work towards ensuring that the message of responsible alcohol use is conveyed to every community in our society.
The Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR)
...was established as a section 21 Non-governmental, not for profit organisation in 1997. The main focus points of FARR are substance abuse, with alcohol and specifically Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), including Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), our primary interests.
The Marketing Association of South Africa
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