At least one social infrastructure facility was improved in each of those 40 communities from the ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district. 63 small and medium enterprises were launched or developed, generating over 180 jobs. 7 inter-municipal waste management services were created in the region and 105 rural development projects were implemented through the European initiative LEADER. These are just some of the achievements of the “Support to Agriculture and Rural Development in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district” (SARD) Programme, financed by the European Union and implemented by UNDP. The results were presented today in Comrat, during the closing event for the SARD Programme, which operated for 3 years.
Photovoltaic trees will be installed on the pedestrian street and on Mircea cel Batran boulevard. These are the locations suggested and validated by Chisinau’s inhabitants, during several selection stages, and then approved by the Chisinau City Hall.
The public exhibition “It’s not about what you wear” presents reconstructed clothes from nine women and adolescent girls from the Republic of Moldova that were abused or sexually harassed. The exhibition thus draws attention to the stereotypes of sexual violence that are present in our society, in order to combat them.
Women from Gagauzia region suffering from domestic violence could benefit from counselling at a support center, first of this kind in the region, to be established soon. To complement the budget for the reconstruction of the building and equipment for the institution, the executive body from ATU Gagauzia and the United Nations Development Programme launched today a fundraising campaign.
Over 11,000 police officers performing their duties benefit from better conditions of diseases’ treatment and control, after endowment of the MAI Medical Service with cutting-edge medical equipment. This was possible thanks to a project implemented by UNDP, from financial resources allocated by the MIA, the MIA Medical Service and UNDP.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the first World AIDS Day. Thirty years of activism and solidarity under the banner of World AIDS Day. Thirty years of campaigning for universal access to life-saving services to treat and prevent HIV.
Andrei Climenco is one of over 70 young people from both banks of the Nistru River who were awarded European grants in the amount of up to EUR 13,500 to start up or develop their businesses. Moreover, they also benefited from personal consultants’ services for 14 months, who helped them manage their businesses in an efficient way.