"I am Irina. I am 23, and I’ve sought refuge in Moldova. Here I counsel others who have left Ukraine because of the war."
We have been supporting Moldova since the very early stages of this crisis.
Refugee children from Ukraine are able to both continue their education and pursue new fields of study while in Moldova.
Those who reach the customs office in Palanca are greeted by national and international volunteers, as well as by local people welcoming them with blankets, water, tea, and hot meals.
More than 600 students from Floresti town have now the necessary conditions to study the professions of the future.
In 2021, Nicolae received a grant of €30,000 from the European Union.
72%, meaning 1448 of the total number of public institutions which usually host polling stations are inaccessible and only 0.89%, meaning 18, are fully accessible.

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13.3%

of people live below 5.5 USD per day

38.8%

total employment rate

39.6%

of Parliamentary seats held by women

23.84%

% of renewables in final energy consumption

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