The Minister of Health, Labor and Social Protection (MHLSP), Svetlana Cebotari, and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Representative, Rita Columbia, signed a Co-financing Agreement for carrying out the Generations and Gender Program in the Republic of Moldova.
Representatives of such street art culture as Graffiti, Hip-hop, DJ-ing, Breakdance, Streetball, Parkour, and Riders from Chisinau and Kharkiv (Ukraine) joined on Sunday their peers from Tiraspol at the Urban Generation Fest.
UN Women Moldova and the Association of Independent Press (API) announce the launch of the “Click for Gender Equality” Media Programme. The 5-month programme includes trainings for journalists and members of the regulatory institutions, a journalistic contest that will culminate with a study visit in one of the European countries with experience and good practices in gender-sensitive journalism.
The Republic of Moldova’s Carbon Finance Unit, together with the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, have released the first results of an in-depth study of the country’s vehicle imports spanning 2005 – 2017.
Formerly an MP and deputy speaker in the Moldovan Parliament and vice-president of a political party, Liliana Palihovici founded the Women 4 Leadership Academy in June 2018. Ahead of upcoming elections later this year, the Academy will train 140+ women interested in politics and decision-making in public speaking and organizing effective electoral campaigns.
In recent years, dozens of Moldovan young people developed systems that offer cheap and effective solutions to environmental problems, thanks to the educational initiatives launched by the EU-funded Energy and Biomass Project, and implemented by UNDP.
A couple from southern of Moldova has spent a life working abroad but decided to return home. To earn their living, the Civirjic family started a bee farm, and the European Union’s support enabled them to produce honey-and-nuts.