Training center for biomass boiler operators will be established in Moldova

A training center will be established in Moldova at the initiative and with the support of the Energy and Biomass Project, funded by the European Union and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), to deliver ongoing and qualified training to the Moldovan operators of biomass heating systems.

Social Good Summit 2016 in the Republic of Moldova explores partnerships around Agenda 2030

To raise awareness around the process of nationalization of the Global Goals by the Republic Moldova, the United Nations Development Programme in Moldova organized the Social Good Summit 2016 featuring partnerships between public, private and social sector around Agenda 2030.

Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau blows whistle on poverty at world’s first women’s amateur soccer World Cup

Globally acclaimed Danish actor and star of HBO’s Game of Thrones Nikolaj Coster-Waldau kicked off his role as Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme by refereeing the world’s first amateur women’s World Cup soccer tournament in New York.

Game of Thrones Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau named UNDP Goodwill Ambassador

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today appointed globally acclaimed actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, best known for his starring role on HBO’s Game of Thrones, as its newest Goodwill Ambassador.

Taste makes the difference: Moldovan fresh fruit producers exhibit at WorldFood Moscow

11 Moldovan fresh fruit producers are participating these days at the WorldFood Moscow exhibition during 12–15 September 2016, making their presence felt with a wide range of fresh fruit produce.

EU finances the renovation of the cultural facility in Rascov village, left bank of the Nistru River

Holidays will get soon a completely different meaning for more than 2,000 inhabitants of Rascov village, from the left bank of the Nistru River. The European Union finances the renovation of the local cultural facility.

Applicants to the positions of trainee judge and prosecutor will be examined online

During the 2016 admission the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) will use for the first time a computer-based testing platform to examine the candidates who are applying for the position of trainee judge and trainee prosecutor.

Annual competition for the best actions that promote and protect human rights in Moldova was launched

The United Nations in the Republic of Moldova launched today the 12th edition of the competition for the best actions to promote and protect human rights in the Republic of Moldova.

[PHOTO STORY] Breathing Spaces

Orhei National Park is Moldova’s first national park. Created in 2013, the park consists of large expanses of forested plateaus in central Moldova, populated with rare species which are of particular scientific interest.

[SUCCESS STORY] The Engine of Progress Rocking it at 66!

At 66 years old, Nicolai Constantinov from Comrat has seen his childhood dream come true. Last year he attended an intensive business training, won a grant and founded the first electric cars service centre in his home town.

[SUCCESS STORY] Moldovan youth brings green energy in their communities and families

Imagine a windmill that combines technologies used by humans since the Middle Ages with the most modern research which is efficient and doesn’t pollute the environment because it doesn’t produce CO2.

[BLOG] #OameniBuni campaign gets Moldovans connected to equality and diversity

Ads of the World, the world’s largest creative advertising index, featuring work from across the globe, posted the videos used as part of the #OameniBuni campaign.

[BLOG] Step aside, Pokemon Go: Moldova goes Mega to fight climate change

The economic losses of Moldova related to natural disasters are almost 61 million USD. The disastrous droughts of 2007 and 2012 affected over 70 per cent of the territory of the country.

[BLOG] A calm soul in a shaking body

We here at UN Moldova recently challenged ourselves to practice what we preach. We asked ourselves: How do we take solid steps to embrace diversity?