Today, 19 October 2017, Police Station No. 3 in the Buiucani District of the Chisinau Municipality was reopened. It has been completely renovated and equipped in compliance with international requirements and best practices, ensuring free and transparent access to police services of high quality for all citizens.
UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund in Moldova, in partnership with the Swiss Cooperation Office (SDC) and the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection, organised a joint launch of the initiative to fit out 30 youth-friendly health centres across the country with gynaecological equipment adapted to girls and women with disabilities.
AThe National Employment Agency (NEA), with the assistance of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Project on Youth employment promotion, announces the launching of the web platform www.cariera.anofm.md, destined for young people.
The inhabitants of the Northern region of the country have a modern agri-food market thanks to the natives of Larga community, who got involved in the reconstruction and renovation of the local market.
Whether caused by armed conflict or natural disaster, humanitarian crises always hurt women and girls the most – they account for more than 75 percent of the refugees and displaced persons at risk from war, famine, persecution and natural disaster. They are also vulnerable to sexual abuse and exploitation, during conflicts and in refugee camps.
As of 2014, the Electronic Governance Centre is piloting the data exchange and interoperability platform MConnect, as a technical solution that ensures the exchange of data between information systems administered by ministries, central public authorities subordinated to the Government and organizations from the same area of competences, regardless the period of their establishment.