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Moldova loses more than 10% of its human development due to inequalities

Republic of Moldova ranks 112 out of 189 countries and territories in the Human Development Index (HDI)’s measurement of national achievements in health, education and income, just released by the…  

An application that checks the content of recruitment announcements from a non-discriminatory perspective has been created

The Council for Preventing and Eliminating Discrimination and Ensuring Equality has created an app available on www.egalitate.md, which can check the content of job announcements in order to identify…  

It's time for more women to join the police force in Moldova

Ever since she was a child, Eleonora had wanted to be a police officer. But no one quite expected that by the time she turned 21, she would already have one year and a half of experience on the force.  

A young woman from Orhei transforms old computer pieces into bijouterie

Old computer pieces find a new life in Carolina Portarescu’s workshop in Orhei. This young woman manufactures earrings, bracelets and rings from computer boards and chips, and sells her products in…  

Moldovan dads in open talks about child-care

For a month, we collected photos with Moldovan dads and their real-life stories. We accumulated over 60 stories and we chose 10 of them. Selected photos were printed and displayed in six villages,…  

In Gagauzia, survivors of gender-based violence will benefit from counselling services

Support services for survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) will be created in the Gagauzia region of Moldova, as part of a global programme financed by the Republic of Korea and implemented by the…  

Solar and biomass energy replaced old fireplaces in the kindergarten of Chetrosu

Children and educators of the kindergarten “Izvorasul” in Chetrosu village, Drochia district said “good bye” to old fireplaces that were burning their money and still kept them cold.  

When work becomes home: child care room at the UN House

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.  

The civil society and CEC generate innovative ideas for civic education campaigns

Are you tired of uninspired slogans and boring leaflets that urge you to vote? Civic education and electoral information can be innovative, “cool” and understandable.  

Moldovan and Swedish Dads

Because we believe that fathers should be actively involved in raising and educating children and that it is natural to a man to take paternity and child care leave, we supported the photo exhibition…  

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