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How did the electoral processes become more accessible, without barriers?

In years of struggle for the realization of the rights of people with disabilities, we have understood that participation in elections and political involvement is one of the safest ways to remove…  


Untangling the complexity of the Sustainable Development Goals in Moldova

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a beautiful vision for a better world, where people have equal access to food, health, public services, education, equal rights and pay. It’s a world where…  


How did we succeed to “wake up” the South of Moldova?

Two years ago we at UNDP embarked on a journey to revitalize Moldova’s South, known administratively as ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district . And this was a real challenge, considering the…  


Making the most of emigration

When I first arrived in Moldova, I was surprised to learn that a quarter of its population lives abroad either temporarily or permanently.  


Closing the gap between schools and industry needs in Moldova

TwentyTu, a pioneering educational programme, will deliver online and offline courses in more than 10 fields identified as crucial for future economic growth and jobs creation, including robotics,…  


Here comes the sun… to relieve you from the burden of electricity bills

A landlocked, fairly picturesque and wine-friendly country, Moldova has another ace in her sleeve for visitors and locals: 2,400 annual hours of warm, gentle sun.  


Why are young people in Moldova struggling with unemployment?

In Moldova, about 30 percent of young people are either unemployed or not enrolled in any formal training. This is an alarmingly high figure, indicating that so much of our country’s potential is…  


Rational, efficient and well organized: New system of addresses in Moldova

Did you know that all local parks, markets, authorized parking places, petrol stations, cafés or supermarkets located on the national and local roads of Moldova do not have an address?  


A more transparent justice system through a better selection of candidates for the positions of future judges and prosecutors

The level of public trust in Moldovan justice system remains low and this internal lack of confidence has the potential to undermine the justice process.  


How is the public money spent in Moldova through public procurement? Openmoney.md knows everything

How is public money spent and who are the real beneficiaries of the contracts attributed by state institutions? Now you can find the answers to these questions right away: by accessing…  

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