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150 kilometers downstream of Naslavcea – the Nistru sector that is the most affected by the Dniester Hydropower Complex

The Dniester Hydropower Complex (DHC) impacts the most a Nistru river’s segment of 150 kilometers downstream of Naslavcea. This is one of the conclusions of the study on the social and environmental…  


“When I found out I was HIV-positive, I thought life was over… Now I enjoy every single day”

She is Mila, a young math teacher from Tiraspol who has been living with HIV for 13 years. She accepted her status, gave birth to a daughter, graduated from university, earned good marks, and now…  


Moldova has extensive access to COVID-19 vaccines and benefits from support to expand their coverage

In Moldova, according to new data released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the University of Oxford, there are six types of COVID-19…  


Moldova strives to make health procurement more sustainable

The current COVID-19 pandemic puts an unprecedented stress on the provision of healthcare services for the most vulnerable groups of people. In Moldova, the demand for medical care exceeds the…  


The largest Environment Day festival took place in the Republic of Moldova

The sixth edition of the Environment Festival lasted four weeks, being launched on World Environment Day on 5 June and culminated on 26-27June, with the EcoLocal fair - environmentally friendly…  


The Dniester hydropower complex has a significant impact on the flows, water quality and biological diversity of the river

The construction of the Dniester Hydropower Complex (DHC) by Ukraine impacted both the quality of the water in the Republic of Moldova and the natural habitat of the flora and fauna and reduced the…  


Moldova has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by approx. 69% compared to 1990 and has set ambitious targets for 2030

The Republic of Moldova has reduced its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by approximately 69% compared to 1990, exceeding by 4% its commitments under the Paris Agreement, included as intermediate…  


Ungheni police: “We cannot give up bikes anymore”

They have changed the police cars for bicycles and thus got closer to the community they serve, watching upon public order right from the front line. This is the experience of five police officers…  


The pandemic crisis: a flashing red light that urges for green recovery

The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated existing vulnerabilities and put tremendous strain on Moldova’s small and open economy. Moreover, the country has recently witnessed severe droughts, floods…  


“Police Assistant” mobile application focuses on prevention and support of key populations vulnerable to HIV

Police Assistant, a mobile application designed to help police officers assist people belonging to key populations vulnerable to HIV, was launched on 17 February 2021. The digital solution was…  

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