Our Projects

Inclusive Growth

  • The overarching goal of the project is to make sure that the population of Republic of Moldova, including in Transnistria region, has improved health status, financial protection, equitable access to and satisfaction with health services. The overall objective is that the population of Transnistria region benefits from comprehensive quality health services, with specific focus on Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Immunization.

  • Formulation of National Human Development Reports

    The project supports the formulation of National Human Development Reports (NHDRs) and policy briefs in key development areas that complement NHDRs. NHDRs introduce the human development concept into national policy dialogue through various human development indicators and policy recommendations as well as through the country-led and country owned process of data collection and consultation.

  • Innovative business development for local sustainable economic growth

    The Project aims at spurring innovations in small and mid-sized business start-ups and business development process for the generation of sustainable jobs at local level and strengthening of the LPAs capacities to manage autonomously such processes.

  • The project is grounded in the United Nations human rights-based norms and standards and pursues strengthening of the effective exercise of human rights by people residing in the Transnistrian region through fostering improvement of institutional frameworks in the area of disability, gender based violence and HIV, PWIDs and people in prisons.

  • The Project aims at contributing to the rehabilitation of the social infrastructure in the Taraclia district. The project is implemented in close cooperation with Taraclia district local public authorities on two main interventions assessed to have a significant impact for the local population responding directly to their pressing development needs.

Effective Governance

  • Construction of the Palanca Jointly Operated Border Crossing Point

    The overall objective of the project is to create from the ground a jointly operated border crossing point at Palanca, on the territory of Moldova. The new crossing point will be built respecting all EU standards and principles on border control administration, ensuring improved conditions for safe and transparent business and trade, movement of people and goods across the border. The project will also contribute to a wider objective, namely “safer and more open borders” between Ukraine and Moldova. The expected long-term impact is to contribute to the strengthening of good neighborhood relationships, as well as facilitation of trade and migration flows between two countries.

  • Moldova Social Innovation Hub (MiLab)

    The project aims to establish a multilateral platform to engage actors from different sectors (public, private, non-profit, etc.) to seek and experiment with innovative approaches to the society’s problems. This is how Moldova Social Innovation Lab was born.

  • The Project is aimed at helping the Government to land and contextualize the 2030 agenda at the national level. It seeks to ensure that SDGs are tailored to the current development framework, have “institutional home” and will be further implemented and monitored by all concerned stakeholders using reliable evidence. The results of the initiative will be also used by the Government and Parliament to advocate for SDGs implementation support from donors, including the European Union. The broad civic engagement into nationalization ensures that the SDGs are co-owned by the whole Moldovan society.

  • The project aims to support the State Chancellery of Moldova in strengthening its capacities as the Center of Government, its policy and aid coordination functions, consolidate its long-term strategic planning framework, in order to be able to coordinate such complex strategies as the Central Public Administration Reform and the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

  • The drugs crisis from the Republic of Moldova at the beginning of 2015 determined the Ministry of Health to request the UNDP assistance in the area of procurement and supply chain management of essential medicines. This initiative aims to avoid the fraud related to public procurement, the risk of discontinuity in the drugs supply and to reduce the time and cost of delivery and improve quality of procured medicines.

Climate Change, Environment and Energy

  • ESCO Moldova

    “ESCO Moldova - Transforming the market for Urban Energy Efficiency in Moldova by introducing Energy Service Companies” project objective is to create a functioning, sustainable and effective ESCO market in Moldova by converting existing energy service provider companies into ESCO companies, as the basis for scaling up mitigation efforts in the whole municipal building sector in Moldova, leading to CO2 emission reductions by implementing energy performance contracts.

  • Energy and Biomass Project (Phase 2)

    The Moldova Energy and Biomass Project aims to contribute to a more secure, competitive and sustainable energy production in the Republic of Moldova from biomass sources, the most readily available renewable energy source in the country.

  • Mainstreaming biodiversity conservation into Moldova’s territorial planning policies and land use practices

    Biodiversity in Moldova struggle permanent threats in the result of human encroachment through land conversion; soil erosion; pollution; non-native and/ or invasive species; unsustainable grazing; habitat fragmentation because of infrastructure development; illegal logging, collection of rare plants, hunting and fishing; and climate change.

  • Supporting Moldova’s National Climate Change Adaptation Planning Process

    The Republic of Moldova’s economy, population, and environment are highly vulnerable to climate variability and change. It is expected that the impact of climate change will intensify as changes in temperature and precipitation will affect the country's economic activity and its population.

  • The Small Grants Programme of the Global Environment Facility

    Launched in 1992, SGP supports activities of non-governmental and community-based organizations in developing countries towards climate change abatement, conservation of biodiversity, protection of international waters, reduction of the impact of persistent organic pollutants and prevention of land degradation while generating sustainable livelihoods.