On the eve of Nistru Day, which is celebrated every year on the last Sunday of May, UNDP Moldova launched a campaign of communication aiming at drawing people’s attention to the environmental problems of the river.
The laboratory was organized by the Central Electoral Commission and UNDP Moldova.
Nowadays, a voter from the Republic of Moldova can find out everything about elections from his/her phone, tablet or computer.
The eight formed teams went home with many ideas, but also feeling their full responsibility.
In 2018, the institution was endowed with new investigative medical equipment purchased with public funds through UNDP.
Palliative care eases pain of cancer patients from left bank of Nistru river.

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14.4%

of people live below 4.3 USD per day

59.5%

of people do not have a job

25.74%

of Parliamentary seats held by women

72.4%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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