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Local Diaspora Days and economic forums change the community development vector

Diaspora Days took place at local level in 50 communities of the Republic of Moldova, with the support of UNDP’s Migration and Local Development Project, funded by the Government of Switzerland.  


Republic of Moldova engages migrants in local development and creates reintegration services for returning migrants

35 localities and 35 territorial employment offices are supported by UNDP Moldova and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) in launching a new local economic development model, as…  


New data challenges traditional notions of ‘rich’ and ‘poor’

The traditional concept of poverty is outdated, according to a new report released today by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative…  


Joint Action to Strengthen Human Rights in the Transnistrian Region of the Republic of Moldova (Phase 3)

The fulfilment of human rights in breakaway unrecognized territories is a huge challenge in any part of the world and Moldova makes no exception.  


How a social project helps young people with disabilities to have a better life

In 2016, Keystone Moldova received the United Nations Human Rights Award for its outstanding support in developing community services for people with intellectual and psycho-social disabilities.  


Moldovan migrants from all over the world contributed for improved public services benefiting 300,000 people from 38 localities

About 10,000 Moldovans, who left their home communities, contributed with over USD 257,000 to the development of these localities. As a result, socio-economic services and infrastructure for about…  


With the assistance of the European Union, over 150,000 people from the ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district have improved their living conditions

At least one social infrastructure facility was improved in each of those 40 communities from the ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district. 63 small and medium enterprises were launched or developed,…  


With European Union’s assistance, Gagauzia region could more attractive for tourists

The first tourist complex with Gagauzian specific from Republic of Moldova was launched on 6 November 2018 in Congaz village, Comrat district. Besides four traditional peasants’ houses with walls made…  


Women and traditions earn a living

These beauties from Pelinia — the biggest village in the north of the Republic of Moldova — reflect authentic values collected for centuries and specific only for this region, which were doomed to…  


In Musaitu village, a local market was built with the support of the European Union

Every Thursday, people of Musaitu village in Taraclia district, populated mostly with Bulgarian ethnics, have a new meeting point, right in the heart of their small community – the agricultural…  

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