Dianova is an international NGO with consultative status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC), and official partner of UNESCO. The Dianova Network operates in 11 countries across Europe and the Americas, developing innovative programs and projects in the fields of education, youth, addiction prevention and treatment, and in the area of social and community development.
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Global Drug Use Situation: Overall Trends
The United Nations Office on Drug and Crime’s annual World Drug Report presents a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in drugs markets. It covers production, trafficking, consumption and the related health consequences. The 2013 report points out that drug use situation and dependence have remained relatively stable, with a slight increase to a large extent due to the growth of the world population.
REACT Drug Prevention Campaign
Dianova lauches a new campaign to raise awareness of the consequences of drug and alcohol abuse, both for those who abuse substances, their families and entourage. The Dianova "REACT" campaign will be featured in print and electronic media with a series of posters and videos.
AIDS Prevention Campaign: Dianova Italy Partner of the Ministry of Health
Dianova Italy is one of the partners of a campaign launched by the Ministry of Health to raise awareness on AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections (STI). The campaign was launched on a dedicated website under the motto: “United against AIDS”.
Nicaragua : New Science Lab Opens in Dianova’s School
The Esther Del Rio-Las Marías educational center operated by Dianova Nicaragua has a brand new science lab which official ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on February 18. This opening was made possible with the support of the Government of Japan and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). This new lab will allow for the reinforcement of Dianova Las Marias’ secondary and technical learning, in direct benefit of an estimated 300 students enrolling in school every year.
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