Recent Joint UN Publications

  • Republic of Moldova: two decades in the large United Nations Family (2012)

    Publication dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Republic of Moldova’s membership to the United Nations March 2, 1992 - March 2, 2012. This publication was developed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova with the support of the United Nations in the Republic of Moldova.

  • Violence against women in the family in the Republic of Moldova (2011)

    One of the basic objectives of the study is to quantify the indicators on prevalence rates of violence over lifetime and in the last twelve months, violence committed by current or the most recent husband/partner or another family member. The data from the study reveal the fact that violence against women is more frequent among rural women, the phenomenon progresses together with a woman’s age and is indirectly proportional to a woman’s level of education. Married women are more reticent to disclose cases of violence, hence the highest rates of violence prevailing against women are registered among divorced/separated women and widows.

  • The United Nations and the European Union: Partnership for Moldova, Partnership for Development 2005-2011 (2011)

    The United Nations and the European Union have a long history of international cooperation in the area of development assistance, human rights, conflict prevention and crisis response. This publication takes stock of successful partnership and cooperation between the United Nations (UN) and the European Union (EU) in the Republic of Moldova from 2005 to 2011. This is a diverse and close cooperation benefiting the Moldovan people.

  • Working Children in the Republic of Moldova: The Results of the 2009 Children’s Activities Survey (2010)

    In 2009, the National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova, in collaboration with IPEC and UNICEF, conducted the Children’s Activities Survey (CAS) as a module of a larger, regularly conducted Labour Force Survey (LFS).

  • Feeding the hope. The United Nations’ and International Community’s Response to Reducing the Consequences of Drought in the Republic of Moldova (2008)

    The United Nations response to last summer’s drought in Moldova was a powerful demonstration of what can be achieved if people, authorities, UN agencies, and international community work together. Thus the relief and technical assistance we have provided to Moldova contributed to reducing the losses, saving livelihoods and equally important to securing the future wherein people are less affected by natural hazards.

  • From Drought to Prosperity through Community Development (2008)

    The 2007 summer drought severely compromised the harvest in over 80 per cent of Republic of Moldova’s agricultural lands. Thus, the financial and food security of a great number of agricultural producers, families living in rural areas, and especially socially vulnerable citizens, was severely affected.