1. Poverty vs. Empowerment of Women in Kenya

    30/04/2018

    Slum Child Foundation, an associate member of Dianova International, has created a successful microcredit program that helps women start a business

  2. Death Penalty, a Solution to the Opioid Crisis?

    27/04/2018

    Overdoses increased by 30% between 2016 and 2017;  in order to face the crisis, the White House might consider following the “example” of Philippines

  3. Lessons from CSW62

    24/04/2018

    Leaving no one behind on gender equality includes making all necessary efforts to improving all aspects of the living conditions of women and girls from rural communities

  4. “Millions of Girls Never Set Foot in the Classroom”

    23/04/2018

    Young girls living in rural communities are especially at risk because of lack of education, ingrained harmful practices, and gender-specific violence

  5. Rural Women and Technology

    18/04/2018

    Becoming part of the digital world is crucial to empowering women and girls who can learn marketable digital skills, create career pathways, and go beyond gender stereotypes

  6. Women and Mental Health

    17/04/2018

    Destigmatizing mental illness and opening paths to recovery for rural women

  7. Action for Rural Women and Girls

    10/04/2018

    The 62th Commission on the Status of Women agrees on a strong plan to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls in rural areas

  8. Dianova Elected at the VNGOC

    28/03/2018

    Dianova International becomes part of the VNGOC Board which confirmed its commitment to represent all members of the organization

  9. Dianova’s Parallel Events at the CND

    27/03/2018

    Advances in addiction treatment, relevance and effectiveness of the therapeutic community (TC) treatment model and drug awareness campaigns were among the topics promoted by Dianova at the CND

  10. Human Rights and Quality Standards in Drug Addiction Treatment

    23/03/2018

    The side event at CND61 addressed the issues of access to treatment, the undesired consequences of drug policies, children’s rights, mainstreaming the gender perspective and balanced drug policies