Over 200 thousand persons from 23 localities will benefit from projects aiming to improve local infrastructure and bring better living conditions, initiative that became possible thanks to migrants’ engagement. So, over 792 thousand USD are invested by 18 villages and 5 cities. Out of this amount, approx. 118.6 thousand USD represent migrants’ donations, collected via Guvern24 crowdfunding platform.
Moldova maps its way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with 64-67 per cent below its 1990 level by 2030.This is the country’s unconditional target committed as part of Paris Agreement, signed in 2015 and ratified by the country in May 2017.
7 schools and kindergartens from Ungheni district switched from gas & coal to green energy supplied by a private company. The Ungheni District Council signed a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contract with the Green Energo company, which provides green energy to the beneficiary institution at the price of 750 lei Gcal.
When governments do not properly consider the link between policymaking and how the policy would be practically implemented on the ground, there is a distinct risk the gap between concept and reality will be too much to overcome. In the field of climate change policy, I was recently reminded of one such disconnect that was turned into deft political solution-finding during a visit to Orhei, a farming town in rural Moldova.
The UN Development Programme (UNDP) today welcomed Achim Steiner as he begins a four-year term as Administrator of the Organization.
UNDP Moldova will organize a summer school “Chisinau Loading” during 24 July - 07 August 2017, for 20 persons passionate of urbanism and innovations. The participants will be involved in innovative experiments to promote urban sustainable development.
Over 1700 persons from Bugeac village, Comrat rayon will enjoy access to safe drinking water, as a water supply system was inaugurated in their community. The water supply network and a new water tower were built with financial assistance provided by the European Union and contribution of local and regional public authorities.
Every third Moldovan could not mention a single citizen’s right or duty. 34% of Moldovans have difficulties in responding to the question on who is the sole source of the state power and the bearer of sovereignty. Only one third of Moldovans know the answer – the people.
The gap between absolute urban and rural poverty is significant – 19% of population living at poverty line in rural areas vs. 5% in urban areas. The poorest spend most on food and utilities, which makes them vulnerable to economic shocks. Besides financial inequalities, the most vulnerable groups – women, persons with disabilities, elderly and young people – are exposed to social inequalities in education, health, access to quality services, and participation.
UNDP Moldova was awarded the Golden Gender Equality Seal, for substantial contribution to national gender equality goals.
Sunset with classical music played by the pianist Marcel Lazar, workshops, entertainment, leisure, eco exhibitions and fairs in the “Valea Morilor” Park – this was how hundreds of people celebrated the World Environment Day yesterday evening, on the 4th of June, in Chisinau.
What makes a good judge or a good prosecutor? It might be just a rhetorical question in legal philosophy, unless you have a very practical task of preparing real judges and prosecutors for real life work. The task becomes even more difficult if you have to do it in a country in transition with no previous traditions of having well developed specialized trainings for legal professionals.
The Best Hotels of Moldova catalogue, which includes information about the hotels from the right and left bank of the Nistru River, was launched during the first Forum of Hoteliers from both banks, held in Chisinau. The event was also an opportunity to review the results obtained during one year by two organizations which established a partnership for the development of the hotelier industry.
Parabolic solar collector to heat water, electro-thermal heater operating on renewable energy, cooking oil recycling system, micro-hydropower station and wind turbine which generate green electricity, solar water treatment facility – these are just some of the winner projects of the 32 schools admitted to the final stage of the “Renewable Energy Sources Contest”, held for the first time this year.