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  • Environmental situation improves in left-bank Slobozia district thanks to the European UnionSep 28, 2015The district of Slobozia on the eastern bank of the Nistru River has solved one of its most pressing problems. With the help of the European Union, waste management services have been modernized here. Unauthorized dump sites are being liquidated, and people can now enjoy modern, punctually offered public services.

  • Social Good Summit 2015 in the Republic of Moldova focuses on the new Sustainable Development Goals Sep 25, 2015To raise awareness around the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations Development Programme in Moldova partnered with the Ministry of Education to hold the Social Good Summit 2015 featuring Innovation for education.

  • Bulgaria announces funding of new water project in Taraclia Sep 25, 2015On Friday 25 September the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Chisinau signed a new development project aiming at improving the living conditions, including the social infrastructure in the district of Taraclia, Moldova.

  • Moldovan Environment Ministry joins EU and UNDP to discuss Climate ChangeSep 22, 2015The EU-funded Clima East programme, which provides support to the Eastern Partnership countries and to Russia to be better prepared to deal with climate change impacts, organised a major conference in Chișinău today.

  • Sustainable Development Summit: UNDP spokespeople and experts available for interviews in different languagesSep 21, 2015More than 150 world leaders will attend the UN Sustainable Development Summit on 25-27 September in New York, to agree on 17 goals that will set the direction of development work worldwide for the next 15 years.

  • Opportunity to receive grants to promote business innovations: deadline 28 September 2015Sep 18, 2015The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Moldova announces the launching of the third round of grants competition for small and medium enterprises willing to apply innovations in their businesses. The maximum grant amount is USD 8,000 or 60% of the total budget of the project, the applicant covering not less than 40% of the total value.

  • The heroes of the „Watch. Listen. Understand” campaign were awarded by the UNSep 10, 2015Mayors, journalists, representatives of central authorities and development partners took stock of the "Watch. Listen. Understand" campaign at a celebration event, held by the Organization of the United Nations in Moldova (UN). The UN has supported this major journalistic project, conducted by Radio Free Europe, as a partner. The campaign was conducted in partnership with the Independent Press Association.

  • Territorial and land-use planning will take into account biodiversity conservation Aug 20, 2015The Ministry of Environment, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is launching a project meant to support biodiversity conservation, by mainstreaming these aspects into Moldova’s territorial and land-use planning policies. With a budget of almost 1 million USD provided by the Global Environment Facility, the Project will last for four years: 2015-2019.

  • Innovation brings local authorities closer to citizensAug 18, 2015Four Moldovan communities will engage innovative solutions to address local challenges and respond to citizens’ needs. The Government of Denmark, through the Joint Integrated Local Development Programme (JILDP), will provide support to those communities by offering five thousand USD grants to each of them. Also, Moldova Social Innovation Hub will assist the communities in designing the innovative solutions.

  • Over 250 applications for the Subsidy Program for Biomass Boilers filed Aug 10, 2015Over 250 applications for joining the Subsidy Program for Biomass Boilers have been filed up to this moment at the Agency for Energy Efficiency, the limited number of offers from households being thus completed in the very first day of registration. Within the next period, the AEE will only accept applications from small and micro-enterprises wishing to install biomass based heating systems, with reimbursement of the cost from European funds, the maximum admissible number being 50 offers.

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