First Moldovan-Czech Forum dedicated to green energy is taking place in Chisinau today. The event will initiate a cooperation and experience-sharing platform with relevant actors from the biomass sector of the Czech Republic.
On 17-25 April, 2018, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection in partnership with the International Labour Organization (ILO) Project “Promotion of youth employment” will organize a training course for skills committee’s members on Vocational Training.
A center for handicraft and traditional costumes making will be established in the village of Pelinia, Drochia district, so that the 40 craftsmen in the locality could practice craftsmanship specific to the area.
The home life and child care have traditionally been the tasks of women, but a growing number of fathers have begun to see the advantages of taking parental leave and developing close ties with their children early on.
Moldova launches wide consultations process for the development of the 2030 National Development Strategy, aligned with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the Republic of Moldova-European Union Association Agreement. The strategic planning document is being developed under the leadership of the State Chancellery, with support of the United Nations in Moldova and the Swiss Cooperation in Moldova.
The competition Trade Mark of the Year 2017 organised by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova will introduce a new category of awards – Important contribution to sustainable development. The nomination was suggested by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under Private Sector Engagement for SDGs Project.
She has worked 40 years as a teacher at a kindergarten, and now she manages her own successful business. It is Natalia Petis’s story from Ceadir-Lunga, who opened the first development and recreation center for children in her home town.
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.