Anja Busse is currently on sabbatical leave from her position as Programme Officer with UNODC’s Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section. At UNODC, where she works since 2005, she coordinates global projects on treatment of drug use disorders that are being implemented in all regions of the world. Anja has more recently been involved in key UNODC/WHO publications such as the “International Standards for Treatment of Drug Use Disorders” (2020) or the UNODC/WHO handbook “Treatment and Care for People with Drug Use Disorders in Contact with the Criminal Justice System” (2019) as well as the UNODC/WHO S-O-S (Stop Overdose Safely) multicountry study on take-home-naloxone (2021). For UNODC she has been leading the development of family therapy training materials in 2020 and is currently advancing efforts to develop technical guidance on addressing substance use in humanitarian settings jointly with UNHCR and WHO. Anja has studied psychology at the Freie Universitaet Berlin and Public Health at the Medical School Hanover.