Mid-term evaluation report of National Development Strategy MOLDOVA 2020 - Key findings
This document presents the results of the evaluation and analysis of the National Development Strategy (NDS) "Moldova 2020" implementation, which is the main national strategic planning document drafted by the Government and adopted by the Parliament in July 2012 for the period until 2020.
In accordance with the provisions of the NDS, the Government, with the support of UN Moldova, initiated the process of evaluation of the implementation of the NDS for the period 2012-2015. The objectives of this assessment included: establishing how NDS fulfilled its function as a central strategic planning document in the field of sectoral policies and budgetary allocations; analysing the impact of NDS in areas of priority policies through predetermined monitoring and evaluation indicators; and identifying the lessons learned. All these activities were undertaken in order to design a new national development strategy "Moldova 2030".
Adapting the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development to the context of the Republic of Moldova
In the Republic of Moldova, the adaptation of the 2030 Agenda started as a result of the collaboration among the Government, the UN Moldova as a key development partner of Moldova and the Expert-Grup that provided analytical support to the entire process.
Nationalization of indicators for Sustainable Development Goals
Nationalization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) implies not only their integration into the national strategic framework, but also the establishment of a system of reporting and assessing the progress in achieving each relevant goal for the Republic of Moldova.
Toolkit for the Nationalisation of Sustainable Development Goals
The goal of this toolkit is to provide methodological support to all stakeholders, especially to central public administration authorities, to mainstream Sustainable Development Goals in the national system of strategic planning by describing the strategic planning stages, as well as its regulatory and institutional framework.