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Gender Equality

Gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls are at the heart of UNDP work. The Sustainable Development Goals emphasize that the realization of full human potential is not possible as long as half of humanity is left behind. Gender equality helps countries to realize the potential of women and men, their families, and communities. Achieving equality between women and men is a matter of human rights and is necessary for progressive human development.

Our Goals

In Moldova, UNDP works to support the country in meeting the gender equality commitments it assumed in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals and the European integration agenda. We do so by incorporating gender equality principles in all the work we do to strengthen national capacities and systems, and in policies and programmes across the three priority areas of UNDP’s development assistance to Moldova: inclusive growth, effective governance, and climate change, environment and energy. A particular emphasis is placed on promoting measures that offer more opportunities for women to participate in decision-making, to be more competitive on the labour market and take leadership positions in the private sector. More

National „Let`s vote” Caravan advocated for the importance of women’s participation in elections

Photo: “Women in Politics” Programme

Our Stories

Photo: UNDP Moldova. With the assistance of Syslab Center from Comrat, Olga Dudoglo was employed within a notary office.
The secret of a successful career is to be found in Syslab Center, Comrat

6 March 2017. One out of ten young people in the Republic of Moldova is unemployed. “This is what official statistics show. In reality, I thinkmore 

Valentina Chernenchi discuses her pension with Mihail Timofti, head of the Leova constituency office. Photo: Dinu Bubulici/UNDP Moldova
It takes a village: Pensioners demand justice in Moldova

22 November 2016. Valentina Chernenchi is approaching retirement age but is worried about her pension. According to official records, she has another seven years of service,more 

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