Tag: Empowerment of women

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  1. Santos Cavero (center)

    An Interview with Santos Cavero López, Director General, Dianova Spain

    21/01/2015

    "In viewing the future, we see ourselves helping those in need and eventually positioning Dianova as a benchmark institution for social action in Spain"

  2. Dianova International and Dianova USA Join Forces

    10/01/2015

    A new cooperation agreement reflects both organizations' commitment to increasing their contributions to civil society forums at the UN

  3. Caddy Azduba

    Ending Rape as a Weapon of War

    28/10/2014

    "We don't ask much: that they stop raping us and killing us" Caddy Adzuba

  4. Viña del Mar (Chile)

    Dianova Chile Opens New Facility in Viña del Mar

    15/05/2014

    Dianova recently opened in Viña del Mar (Chile, Valparaiso region), a new, drug treatment facility approved by Chile's National Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SENDA), a government agency attached to the Chile's Ministry of the Interior and Social Security, responsible for the treatment and social reintegration of people with addiction problems. 

  5. Students at Esther del Rio-Las Marias education center (Nicaragua)

    Promoting the Gender Dimension in Human Development

    05/05/2014

    Editorial by Montse Rafel – Director of Dianova International

    Giving women and girls the same opportunities as men is not only a moral duty but also a necessity. It is a moral duty, because no one can accept that half of humanity be still relegated to menial tasks under the control of males, as women are in too many countries. It is necessary because only through women's and girls' access to quality education can countries and communities achieve their full development.

  6. Mercedes, an empowered young woman

    “I’ll do my Best to Make my Dreams Come True” – A Testimony by Mercedes

    13/03/2014

    Mercedes Acevedo lives in a rural community in Nicaragua. At the age of 20, she is exceptional. In a country where     a mere 7 per cent of rural women complete secondary education, Mercedes is now attending secondary school and is eager to pursue further university studies. Mercedes was offered the possibility of entering secondary school through Dianova Nicaragua. And this has changed her life.

    On March 12th, she came to New York to share her life experience during a side event – ¨Education, Gender and Maternal Health: Social and Public Goods¨ – organized by Dianova and other partner organizations in the margins of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. She was able to give her speech in the English language.

  7. Commission on the Status of Women (CSW58)

    Taking on the Challenge of Women´s Empowerment!

    27/02/2014

    Dianova will participate in the Commission on the Status of Women and share its expertise on rural women's education in Nicaragua

    The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in its 2014 edition will address the challenges and achievements in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals for women and girls. The fifty-eight session of the CSW will take place at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 10 to 21 March 2014 and it will focus in the access and participation of women and girls to education, training, science and technology, including the promotion of women’s equal access to full employment and decent work. 

  8. The Esther del Rio las Marias school (Nicaragua) teaches agricultural techniques

    Rural Women in Nicaragua

    26/02/2014

    In Nicaragua, rural women and girls face persistent structural constraints that prevent them from fully enjoying their human rights. Nevertheless, these women play a crucial role in supporting their families and communities, generating income and improving livelihoods and overall well-being.

    Rafael Guerrero, director of the Dianova Nicaragua Foundation, takes stock of these difficulties before detailing, in another article, the solutions implemented by Dianova for and with these women.