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New app teaches youth how to drink responsibly

One out of every 10 youth between the ages of 12 and 18 drinks alcohol weekly. Faced with this reality, the makers of "Pasaporte 0%â? show young people the problems associated with consuming alcohol.  "Pasaporte 0%â? offers users other activities they can do besides drinking, showing that you can still have 100% fun with 0% risk. How? Every time users overcomes a challenge, they collect badges to obtain a virtual passport. For example, users are challenged to try out their adventurous side and take photos of the most exotic animals they can find near them. With these types of missions, the user can develop their creative abilities and learn other ways of having fun.  Pasaporte 0% is an initiative of the Salesians in Spain and were helped by the experiences of youth, parents and professionals in developing it. The app is available for Android smartphones via the Google Play store.  MPI/JAE MG JM -PR Up:PM