The project’s overall objective is to support the Government of the Republic of Moldova to implement its reform Agenda; in particular, to assist the Government in developing the capacities required for the implementation of the Association Agreement (AA), including the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), as well as to ensure the necessary follow-up for the post Visa Liberalisation stage.
The project aims at strengthening the capacity of Moldovan local authorities to perform a transparent and participatory governance in their communities, with a specific reference to the policy making process related to the upcoming decentralisation reform.
Consortium composed by Lattanzio Advisory SpA (leader of the Consortium), Particip GmbH, Linpico and Agriconsulting Europe S.A.
2018 - 2020
The project is directly supporting three main institutions (MFAEI, State Chancellery and Ministry of Finance) to perform the tasks related to policy development, which entails all stages of policy-making process, starting by the identification of needs, the policy drafting, costing, draft budgeting, and the endorsement of legal acts necessary for its effective implementation.
The overall objective of Motivation project is to contribute to the horizontal public administration reform process in Moldova by improving efficiency, effectiveness and accountability of Moldovan Public Administrations on national and sub-national level in line with the European Principles of Public Administration defined by the SIGMA Program and improving professional capacity and motivation of public employees. The Motivation project team is supporting the enhancement of the existing public servants’ system with advice to responsible authority (State Chancellery) in revising the previous normative system and system of public servants’ professional development. The Motivation project team consists of number of Senior and Junior experts from variety of areas, including legal, capacity building and training experts from several EU and IPA countries and from the Republic of Moldova.
The project aims at strengthening policy-making at sector level, strategic planning and policy management capacities, enhancing stakeholders’ knowledge and awareness of EU policies, legislation and regulations.
Federal Office of Administration (BVA), Germany Ministry of Public Finance (MoPF), Romania Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
2018 - 2018
The overall objective of the Twinning Project is to improve public finance management by enhancing internal control and audit environment in the public sector in the Republic of Moldova in line with EU best practices.
The overall objective of the project was to support Moldova in advancing its economic, social and territorial cohesion with emphasis on policy development, legal and institutional framework for the efficient development of the regions of Moldova.
Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) “Viitorul”
2017 - 2019
The overall objective of the project was to enable civil society to evaluate, assess and monitor the public money spending through the existing public procurement practices by facilitating the policy dialogue between authorities and CSOs.