Peresecina and Lozova Hometown Associations started the campaign.
… an old parabolic antenna, a printer or CDs, transformed in equipment which produce green energy
For the people who were on the platform of the Chisinau Railways station on May 11th, their departure was unusual.
The United Nations in Moldova sets up a child care room on the ground floor of the UN House. Thus, UN employees and visitors have a comfortable and spacious room for child feeding and care.
“We were very excited when told that we were going to the left bank of the Nistru River for a football tournament!"
“I can’t imagine how I left behind everything at home and moved to Ireland for three years”, says Ion Poia.
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14.4%

of people live below 4.3 USD per day

59.2%

of people are unemployed

20.79%

of Parliamentary seats held by women

85.3%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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