Ana, 26 years: “I think that I would have been dead since long ago, if I stayed with him”
Jan 10, 2019
Ana is 26 years old and she succeeded to escape from a marriage in which her life was in danger almost every day. “My ex-husband was telling me every day that he will kill me and bury me in the garden. I was living in permanent fear”. The man would often switch from threatening to actions and would hit her until full distress. He would become even more violent when the woman tried to call for help. “If I did not divorce, I would have been dead since long ago”.
Modern technologies replace outdated medical equipment in the Ministry of Internal Affairs’ Medical Service
Dec 4, 2018
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.
World AIDS Day Message 2018 - 1 December 2018
Nov 30, 2018
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.
“Women survivors of violence are not only the victims. They possess solutions to this aggravated form of human rights violation”
Nov 26, 2018
What do we know about Violence against Women in the world, and in the Moldovan society in particular? How does it actually affect the individuals and families, communities and the country, and the world? What was done and What can we do to stop this aggravated form of women’s human rights violations? These and other questions many individuals and organizations may ask as we approach the 16 days of activism against Gender-based violence.
Cristina, a survivor of domestic violence, is 24 and has never voted before
Nov 6, 2018
At the Maternal Center in Caușeni, Cristina and Dumitru receive medical, psychological and legal support.
Straseni’s pitch to becoming a corruption-free community, showcased at Brussels Side Event
Oct 10, 2018
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.
Bikes bring us closer to men and women from our communities
Oct 4, 2018
Twenty patrol police officers from Cahul and Balti, from which four are women, have learned how to perform efficiently the patrolling functions using a bicycle.
For the first time, inmates from Prison No. 3 from Leova participated in the simulation of the voting process
Sep 19, 2018
For the first time in a Moldovan prison, an electoral education workshop for inmates was conducted.
Video cameras for Police reduce corruption and contribute to more safety
Sep 6, 2018
It is for the first time in the Republic of Moldova when portable video cameras became a must-have for most of border police officers, alongside the gun, handcuffs and radio stations.
Moldova presents first ever auto fuel economy baseline and trends, and sets course for electric vehicles
Jul 26, 2018
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.
In the words of Liliana Palihovici: “I want to help Moldovan women be better at political work than I was”
Jul 23, 2018
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.
Marija Risteska: “Gender responsive budgeting takes in consideration the needs and interests of women and men and creates public value”
Jun 25, 2018
The way how public budget is allocated and spent affects both women and men. How can the budget reflect equally the needs of women and men? How can the local budget cover the most important issues of the community? These are some of the topics discussed in an interview with Marija Risteska, Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) expert.
The Spotlight Initiative: Eliminating Violence and Harmful Practices Against Women and Girls
Jun 11, 2018
Violence against women has been ignored or kept in the shadows for far too long. The name of the Initiative – Spotlight –symbolizes the importance of driving this issue into the light so it can be seen, tackled and eliminated. The UN and participating countries are willing to spread that light. Now it is time for everyone to join us.
Interview with Lilia Pascal, Head of Division of policies for ensuring equality between women and men, Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection
May 28, 2018
The importance of gender mainstreaming in the policies stems from the fact that gender equality is a fundamental human right, recognized both nationally and internationally.
Children from both banks of the Nistru River proved their performance at Football Festival “TOGETHER we are a team!”
May 16, 2018
Over one hundred children from eight communities from both banks of the Nistru River took part in the Football Festival “TOGETHER we are a team” during 12-13 May 2018.