The improved sanitation service was launched at the „Caravana curățeniei” (“Caravan of Cleanliness”) event – by signing the inter-community cooperation agreement, the presentation of the new equipment purchased and the signature of the first waste disposal contract in one of the partner localities of the project.
Police station nr.1 from Singerei became more accessible and open to the community, being redesigned according to the community policing principles and best practices. The works were funded by the U.S. Government in the framework of a project “Support to the police reform in Moldova” implemented by UNDP.
On 15 October 2018 the National Institute of Justice of Moldova (NIJ) inaugurated its renovated premises. So, the institution became more accessible for persons with disabilities. At the same time, future judges and prosecutors shall benefit from better learning conditions.
On 10 October 2018, the mayor of Straseni, Valentina Casian, presented her municipality’s work on promoting integrity and anticorruption at local level at the UNDP side event “Future of cities: transparent and innovative urban development”. The panel discussion took place in the framework of the European Week of Regions and Cities.
Each heavy rain used to bring disaster to the houses and gardens of Vulcanesti town. Cahul River, that crosses the town, would overflow, letting waters and silt freely gurgling in people’s basements and cellars. The river itself was full of silt, having not been cleaned for years and years.