Keystone Human Services International Moldova Association
2016 - 2019
The project aims to break down the systematic segregation, discrimination, and disempowerment of people with mental disabilities from neuro-psychiatric institutions that keeps them so vulnerably on the margins of society and thereby excluded from community.
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is coordinating the implementation of the EU-funded project “Grassroots Civil Society Development Facility in the Republic of Moldova (2018-2021)” (Grant Contract 2018/397-5109), starting with 2018. The overall objective of the action is to contribute to the development of civic engagement and of grass-roots civil society in Moldova, which actively promotes and monitors the transparency and accountability of public institutions, including in the implementation of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement.
Independent Think Tank “Expert-Grup”, Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE), Konrad Adenauer Stiftung e.V. (KAS), Eastern European Studies Centre (EESC)
2019 - 2022
The general objective of the project is to enhance civil society contribution to a higher level of transparency, efficiency and effectiveness of overall budget creation and execution at the local level through participation and oversight, thus, a clear and transparent citizen and civil society involvement in the decision making process.
In the framework of the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights in the Republic of Moldova, the Institute for Democracy (Comrat), in partnership with the National Institute for Women of Moldova (Chisinau) and the Media Center (Transnistrian region) with the support of the European Union, the project "Let All of Us Say NO to Torture in Moldova: Civil Society against Torture" was launched.
The project will contribute to a sustainable economic and social development in Moldova through active involvement of civil society and other socio-economic actors with due consideration of Association Agreement and DCFTA. The project is implemented in partnership with the European Business Association, Center Partnership for Development, HelpAge International and the Center for Innovation and Social Development.
Main purpose of the project is to empower civil society organizations in ATU Gagauzia in order to enable them to monitor and influence development priorities on local and national level and to build bridges between civil society organizations and local authorities from ATU Gagauzia and other regions of Moldova.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
2019 - 2021
The overall objective of the project is to empower citizens through constructive participation of civil society organizations (CSO) in local, regional and national decision-making processes.The engagement of citizens during the planning, design, and delivery of public services shall empower them to hold public authorities accountable and curb corruption.
Consortium of 3 nongovernmental organizations: Association of Independent Press (API); National Environmental Centre and National Youth Council of Moldova
2019 - 2019
The major objective: Communicate to and familiarize the public in Moldovan regions with the current situation of the country development through an information campaign about the essence of the democratic reforms supported by the EU in Moldova, the benefits of the Association Agreement and the importance of Moldova fulfilling its commitments made at the European level.
The major objective of this project is to diminish the impact of manipulation and misinformation by the media through educating media consumers to identify manipulation and false or biased information.
The overall objective “To contribute to the empowerment of Moldovan youth and Moldovan civil society so as to improve the socio-economic situation of young people in Moldova” highlights the fact that both young people themselves, as well as civil society, can influence the improvement of the socio-economic situation of youth in Moldova.
When socio-economic rights of young people are respected, their socio-economic situation will improve. It is important not only to empower civil society to stand up for these rights but also to empower youth themselves so they are more capable to fight for their own rights.
The project aimed to raise awareness of the vulnerability of migrants’ families among policy makers and service providers at all levels, increase the capacity of civil society and state authorities to provide them with effective support, and enhance intergenerational links between older carers and children. The project collected direct evidence on the specific characteristics and needs of migrants’ families headed by older people, and particularly of multigenerational households, in 10 regions of Moldova. A network of older volunteers conducted community outreach activities through mini-grants to support vulnerable multigenerational households with older carers.
The project aimed is to alleviate all forms of neglect, abuse and violence against older women and men in the Republic in Moldova. Specifically, the project worked to 1) protect older people, with specific attention to older women, against domestic violence, neglect and abuse though strengthened support services; 2) mobilise the community and state authorities in the awareness raising, promotion and protection of the rights of older victims of domestic violence and abuse.
Association of Investigative Reporters and Editorial Security (RISE Moldova)
2016 - 2018
During the two years of implementation of the Quality Journalism for Democracy project RISE Moldova registered significant progress in building up the organization into a national centre of investigative journalism, with a video department and five regional independent investigation departments consisting of Romanian and Russian-speaking journalists. A department of investigative journalists connected to RISE Moldova was established in Transnistria too.
Public Association “Pro-Europe” European Center of Comrat
2018 - 2018
Overall objective of the project: Capacity building and activation of NGOs in Gagauzia to improve the ability to improve the lives of citizens in society, influence decision-making processes at the local and regional levels, through engaging in dialogue with the authorities and public institutions.
The Institute for Democracy (Comrat) in partnership with Association for Bulgarian Culture “Rodoliubets” (Parkani) and the Center for Protection and Promotion of Young Women’s Rights (Chisinau), has started the implementation of the project “Raising Mutual Trust between Teachers on Both Banks of the Nistru River: Building Regional Capacities for Continuous Development of Teachers’ Skills of the Modern Pro-active Methods of Human Rights Education”, in December, 2016 in Moldova, within the program of confidence-building measures, financed by the European Union.