Maite Marques is a former drug addict who lived on the streets in the Philippines before turning her life around to become an inspirational leading voice in the battle to educate the country’s youth on the devastating effects of street drugs.
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In the Philippines, drug cartels target children as young as six to get them addicted for life. Maite Marques is working to change that.
“Every classroom I go to, every student that I’m able to talk to, I feel like I am part of the big picture that is making a difference in the Philippines.”
“If children know the truth about drugs at that young age, they will decide differently.”
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