Organisation for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (ODIMM)
2010 - 2010
Is a National Moldovan State Programme which aims at mobilising human and financial resources of Moldovan migrant workers into Moldova's economic development by stimulating the creation and development of small and medium enterprises and corresponding job places by migrant workers and remittance recipients
City Hall of Edinet Municipality in partnership with Community Integrated Development Centre and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova
2018 - 2020
The project is designed to support the Edinet city hall in becoming an active facilitator for sustainable local economic growth and job creation by providing opportunities for economic participation of all relevant stakeholders/target groups.
The programme is aimed to strengthen the economic, territorial and social cohesion in the Republic of Moldova through facilitating inclusive, sustainable and integrated local socio-economic growth and improving the standards of living of the citizens in the so called "micro - region" area of Ungheni and Cahul.
The Support to Confidence Building Measures Programme aims to increase trust between people on both sides of the Nistru River by supporting joint activities in two core areas: business development and improving community infrastructure.
The TA Project assists the implementation of the Strategy through seven components: fiscal policy formulation, and revenue projection and analysis; annual and medium‐term budget planning; budget transparency and public access to key fiscal information, including the development of a Citizen’s Budget; treasury management and the development of an adequate system of government accounting and reporting; debt management; public investment management; advice on design and implementation of the EU budget support instrument.
Organisation for Small and Medium Size Enterprises (ODIMM)
2017 - 2018
The project is implemented by the Organisation for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (ODIMM) in partnership with the International Center for Advancement of Women in Business (ICAWB) and aims to promote rural women’s social and economic empowerment by reducing gender inequalities in rural areas and increasing women’s access to resources, assets, services, innovation technologies and economic opportunities
The project aims to address the needs of Transnistrian communities including the security zone by increasing their access to basic social and economic services, as well as to objective and diversified sources of information. It promotes action at the local level through a community-based approach bringing together organizations from the Transnistrian region and the rest of Moldova to work on development opportunities of common interest.
The Programme contributes to confidence building between both banks of the Nistru river by involving local authorities, civil society organisations, business community and other stakeholders, as well as through economic and social development of local communities.
The objective of the project is to contribute to a more balanced economic development in the Republic of Moldova with special focus on rural areas through more efficient economic policies at country and sector level, better coordination mechanisms and more transparent and efficient financing mechanisms.
The general objective of the project was to deliver a comprehensive business education programme addressing Business School trainers, beginner entrepreneurs, managers of existing SMEs, CEOs, local authorities and farmers on both banks. The project addressed gaps in local training capacity, provided training programs to the above six target segments, promoted business education and encouraged the population to launch their own businesses, contributing to the overall enhancement of the SME sector competitiveness in the region.
The Cimislia Rayonal Council in partnership with the Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development (ODIMM) and the South Regional Development Agency
2018 - 2018
The project is funded by the European Union under the "Mayors for Economic Growth" initiative.
The geographical coverage area comprises the eight districts of the Southern Development Region: Basarabeasca, Cahul, Cantemir, Causeni, Cimislia, Stefan Voda, Leova and Taraclia.
The main objective of the project is focused on local economic development, improving the competitiveness of SMEs in the South Region by targeting foreign investment in the local economy. as well as providing high quality services for business development across the region.
National Banks of Moldova in cooperation with the national banks of Netherland and Romania
2015 - 2017
In 2014-15 the financial sector of the Republic of Moldova underwent a crisis, as 1 billion EUR was stolen from the NBM, equivalent to approximately 15 % of the total Moldovan GDP.
Following the scandal, the Twinning project was launched to raise the level of supervision of the Moldovan banking sector to the same standards as applied within the EU Member States (BASEL III) from their original point (BASEL I).
The newly adopted BASEL III entails an increased requirement for the NBM to maintain a reserve of 6 % of their total liquidity compared with only 2.5 % under BASEL I.
In addition, the level of transparency has been enhanced within the Moldovan banking sector.