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The commune of Cruzești has become a second home for Ukrainian refugees. On 14 October, the residents of Cruzești and Ukrainian refugees, along with mayors, representatives of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova, UN Women Moldova, UNHCR-Moldova and the Congress of Local Authorities of Moldova (CALM), gathered to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives during the war in Ukraine.
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Ecaterina Medic is a farmer. For the last 20 years, she has been running an agricultural enterprise and creating jobs for the people from her village Roșcani, in Străseni region. She has planted corn, sunflowers, grape and fruit trees on those 100 hectares of land that she owns.
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Until recently, there were few women beekeepers in the Republic of Moldova, but there has been a recent buzz in activity. Gradually managing to ‘tame’ the bees and overcome stereotypes, today roughly 8 per cent of the 7,696 apiaries listed in the National Food Safety Agency’s National Register of Beekeepers are kept by women.

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Ana Grama is a young entrepreneur who transformed her passion for growing lavender into an eco cosmetics startup. Ana’s professional path started with the Pre-accelerator programme for women and girls implemented by XY Partners, with support from UN Women and funded by Sweden.
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Tamara Schiopu, 56, is an environmentalist and an expert in ecological agriculture from Moldova. She is the President of EcoLocal - Association of Organic and Artisanal Producers and Consumers of Moldova. Tamara has always been immersed in nature. Her husband has been an organic farmer for over 40 years. Tamara learned about the benefits of this type of agriculture from him and has adopted an environment and climate-friendly lifestyle.
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Daniela Vekvert: „Minimalism can help us create a sustainable future”
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UN Women Moldova and Ungheni District Council signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a specialised service for victims of sexual violence

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Every day we have the opportunity to become gender equality champions.Whether we use an inclusive language or we care to respect the needs of every person, regardless of sex, these things help us to create an inclusive society, with a place for everyone.At the same time, the way we discuss at work, with our loved ones or the assumptions we make about people we do not yet know can become a means of promoting inequality.
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On July 17, 2018, UN Women Moldova (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women) and the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Moldova signed a cooperation agreement, aiming to achieve joint results in “Gender Equality in the security and defence sector” area of the Strategy for ensuring equality between women and men in the Republic of Moldova for 2017-2021. More specifically, UN Women will provide support in the implementation of the National Program...
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Moldova and Georgia exchange best practices in implementing the UN Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security