The project will implement the actions set up in Festelita village’s SEAP through innovative technology-transfer and piloting demonstration projects on new technologies utilization of solar and biomass RES.
The action is focusing on extension of Water Supply and Sanitation Services in the region of Cahul in the South of the Republic of Moldova. This action will bring direct tangible results to the population of the region of Cahul. This action will support the implementation of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement through promotion of regional development and contribution to preservation, protection, improvement of the quality of the environment in the area of water quality. The proposed action will build on the implementation of national priorities identified in the relevant national strategies and their corresponding Action Plans.
The objective of the Project was to provide people in the Municipalities of Nisporeni, Varzaresti and Grozesti with sufficient and safe drinking water, to create an institution capable to sustainably operate, manage and maintain the new water supply infrastructure as well as balanced local water governance.
The main objective of this Sector Policy Support Programme is to support Moldova in the implementation of reforms in its drinking water and sanitation sector, by providing finance, technical assistance and policy dialogue for priority activities of high-relevance for the Moldovan population and environment.
The project focuses on the improvement of the water supply and waste water treatment infrastructure in six selected municipalities (Floresti, Hincesti, Leova, Ciadir - Lunga, Orhei, and Soroca) in the Republic of Moldova. The project is a follow-up to the Moldovan government's Strategy for Water Supply and Sewage Disposal in the Communities of Moldova and complements efforts by the Moldovan government and other donors, including the World Bank, the EU, the Austrian, Czech, and Swiss governments, to increase investments in the water sector outside the capital Chisinau on a long-term, sustainable basis.
The project contributes to the sustainable development, biological monitoring and pollution assessment of the Black Sea Basin communities, as well as the preparation of documents for the establishment of marine reserves. It has four main components: Legal, Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Water Quality Monitoring and Biodiversity.
The project aims to contribute to the development of a region-wide steppe ecosystem restoration and conservation programme and its sustainable management as part of a viable rural land use system. It provides viable responses to the current pressure on steppe ecosystems and their biodiversity by addressing key threats and negative trends hampering sustainable development in the steppe zone of Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.
Public association "ECOLIFE" in partnership with the GAMCON and Mayor’s Office of Dezghingea and 3 local business representatives (sole proprietors), intend to develop 2 recreation areas, and plant trees there, in two remote districts of Dezghingea. These recreation areas will provide relaxation opportunities for children, young and adult population of the village.