Throughout a period of three months, citizens of Moldova will have the opportunity to contribute with feedback and recommendations regarding the quality of public services provided by the National Chamber of Social Insurance (NCSI) by using feedback and evaluation devices placed in several NCSI offices.
The Carmanova House of Culture is one of over 80 infrastructural projects renovated in the framework of the EU-funded “Support to confidence building measures Programme”, implemented by the UNDP Moldova.
On the eve of the International Women's Day, the 8th of March, UN Women in Moldova (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment) launches the campaign “You Know You Can", dedicated to women who managed to break the norms in traditionally male-dominated fields.
This year the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will review the official number of the Moldovan population, with the support of UNFPA and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), in accordance with the data of the 2014 Population and Housing Census.
Only yesterday, 35 children from Balabanu village, Taraclia district, regardless of their age and the language they talk, were huddling together in one small room, while the rule stipulates a maximum of 20 in a group. Now, with the EU support, the kindergarten has been fully rehabilitated and children have better education conditions.
A charger for mobile telephones can also be an element of decoration, if produced in the workshop owned by Ivan Hodacovschi, a young man from Tiraspol, who could start up his business owing to an European Union (EU) grant.
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination commemorates the Sharpeville massacre -- the horrific killing of 69 people peacefully demonstrating against apartheid in South Africa.
We are at a pivotal moment for women’s rights. The historical and structural inequalities that have allowed oppression and discrimination to flourish are being exposed like never before. From Latin America to Europe to Asia, on social media, on film sets, on the factory floor and in the streets, women are calling for lasting change and zero tolerance for sexual assault, harassment, and discrimination of all kinds.