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.
The Roma community managed to mobilize themselves to become active citizens and involved in the electoral process.
Today, Ana and her children are safe, she has more and more confidence in her future.
In cooperation with UNDP, the Executive of Gagauzia intends to open over the next years a center where women will have the possibility to live with their children.
Jointly operated by the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine border and customs services, Palanca border crossing point was launched into operation today.
In 2016, Keystone Moldova received the United Nations Human Rights Award.

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14.4%

of people live below 4.3 USD per day

59.5%

of people do not have a job

21.78%

of Parliamentary seats held by women

72.4%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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