• A beekeeper is “taming bees” in Moldova
    Sep 8, 2017

    He turned beekeeping, a traditional family occupation, into an innovative business. This is a story of a young engineer from Causeni who was always pushing to modernize beekeeping.

  • Fast, comfortable and efficient - Welcome to Palanca border crossing point
    Sep 6, 2017

    A new jointly operated border crossing point will be built with European Union's support in the village of Palanca, at south-eastern border of Moldova, at about 150 kilometers away from Chisinau.

  • He trends team building in Moldova
    Aug 28, 2017

    Team building, a very popular concept internationally was until recently almost unknown in the Republic of Moldova. Before Petru Bondari's business was launched, those who were searching for such services could find them only abroad. Now, they come to an island from the Nistru River, close to Pohrebea village, and spend several days far from offices, in a relaxing atmosphere.

  • Story of green energy in Moldova must go on!
    Aug 14, 2017

    270 children from ‘Povestea’ kindergarten in Nisporeni are living a fairy-tale. They have access to an abundant amount of hot water heated by solar collectors. During winter time, they will also enjoy warm rooms heated with biomass energy. This switch to green technologies was possible with funding from the European Union offered as part of the Energy and Biomass Project.

  • The equipment that comes to life due to the passion to innovate
    Aug 8, 2017

    Moldova Innovation Challenge Scheme (MICS) is an open grant competition that rewards innovative ideas, out-of-the-box solutions and visionary entrepreneurs from Moldova. Nicolae Oleinic is one of them.

  • Villagers in rural Moldova join forces for clean water
    Jul 31, 2017

    Ecaterina Chiciuc is 60 years old. She has lived in Slobozia Mare since she got married at 20.

  • Returning home: a little support for a safe reintegration
    May 1, 2017

    Valeriu Filimon from Coscalia, Causeni district, has spent a long period working abroad. Although married with two children, he used to return home only twice a year. Despite earning enough money to support his family, Valeriu felt that distance kept him away from his family.

  • In a small Moldovan town, birthing mothers can feel at peace
    Apr 14, 2017

    Aliona and Taras Jironkiny’s first daughter would be 12 today, had she survived the birth process. She died at the maternity ward in Slobozia, a small town in the east not at the time equipped to treat pneumonia in newborns.

  • With EU support, the school in Baltata village, Criuleni district, switched from gas to biofuel produced by a local entrepreneur
    Mar 15, 2017

    Founded early in the XX century by Ukrainians who had migrated from the Western Ukraine and bought land to a local landholder, the Baltata village in Criuleni district has about 2,000 inhabitants.

  • The secret of a successful career is to be found in Syslab Center, Comrat
    Mar 6, 2017

    One out of ten young people in the Republic of Moldova is unemployed. “This is what official statistics show. In reality, I think their number is much higher. Even the young people who have found a job feel unemployed in a way, as they have to work for a ridiculously low salary and precarious conditions. I got opposed to this perspective and with the assistance of Syslab Center in Comrat, financed by the European Union, I succeeded to find a decent job at home”, says Olga Dudoglo, a 25-years-old young lady from Comrat.

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