Women from vulnerable groups benefited from support meant to increase their resilience
UN Women initiated the „Increasing the access of vulnerable women to food and essential supplies” project. Learn more
UN Women and Women’s Peace and Humanitarian Fund firmly support civil society organisations engaged in humanitarian response in the Republic of Moldova
6 Moldovan civil society organisations, established and led by women and/or promoting the “Women, Peace and Security” Agenda, received financial support. Learn more
Signing ceremony of the intersectoral cooperation mechanism for domestic violence
On 21 June, the ceremony of signing the order on the intersectoral cooperation mechanism for domestic violence took place in Chisinau.  Learn more
The Moldovan Women’s Parliamentary Caucus was launched
Thanks to the Caucus, all its members will join their efforts to promote gender equality and equal rights for women and men. Learn more
Meet Daniela, a girl with the Down syndrome, who started a flower business
Splashes of red, pink and yellow flowers dot the vibrant hues of green in a greenhouse and gift shop nestled in the village of Vadul lui Isac, in the southwestern part of the Republic of Moldova. The owner is a girl with Down syndrome. Learn more
Highlights
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Tatiana Scutari - a military woman
In the words of Tatiana Scutari: "Peacekeeping missions taught me to appreciate peace"

Tatiana Scutari is a military woman who joined a peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic for one and a half year.

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Elena Biceva, President of the Moldovan Association of Gestalt Therapy and Psychodrama
Elena Biceva: “By taking care of ourselves, we can help even more”

As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have fled to the Republic of Moldova, looking for a safe shelter. Amid this unprecedented crisis, the Government of the Republic of Moldova, international community, civil society organizations and many volunteers have joined efforts to respond promptly and efficiently to the needs of Ukrainian people. 

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Yaroslav, a young Ukrainian refugee with disabilities who dreams of becoming a DJ
Meet Yaroslav, a young Ukrainian refugee with disabilities who dreams of becoming a DJ

Yaroslav’s mother explains that, once the war started, her son had to interrupt his studies, which left him more isolated: “He misses his room, our home and familiar surroundings where he feels safe. Our home was fully adapted to his needs, and this made him much more independent and self-confident.”