Moldova

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Opening Doors for Europe's Children15 Mar 2019

This factsheet highlights the developments and challenges still ahead in Moldova and offers key recommendations to the EU and the national government to ensure that children are cared for in family-based settings.

Lumos26 Feb 2019

The Research Officer will be responsible for delivering research programme and activities ensuring high-quality delivery of ‘evidence for impact’.

Maria Alexandra Arriaga - GHR Foundation, Strategy for Humanity1 Feb 2019

The purpose of this assessment is to reflect on the successes and challenges of the Global Alliance for Children (GAC) experience, a large-scale initiative to support and improve outcomes for children throughout their life cycle, especially children most at risk of harm.

Keystone Human Services International 26 Nov 2018

Keystone Human Services International seeks a Grants Manager for the upcoming USAID-funded “Copilaria Mea” project.

Keystone Human Services International 26 Nov 2018

Keystone Human Services International seeks a Chief of Party (COP) for the upcoming USAID-funded “Copilaria Mea” project. The goal of “Copilaria Mea” is to increase the number of children living within appropriate, permanent, and protective family care and reduce the number of children growing up in institutional care and ensure the necessary legal and social conditions for raising and educating children in the family environment.

Keystone Human Services International26 Nov 2018

Keystone Human Services International seeks a Deputy Chief of Party for the upcoming USAID-funded “Copilaria Mea” project. The goal of “Copilaria Mea” is to increase the number of children living within appropriate, permanent, and protective family care and reduce the number of children growing up in institutional care and ensure the necessary legal and social conditions for raising and educating children in the family environment.

Catherine Douillet - Journal of European Studies22 Oct 2018

According to some estimates, a third of the adult Moldovan population is working abroad, often ‘leaving behind’ children in the care of relatives, neighbours or in orphanages. This paper from the Journal of European Studies investigates how such high migration rates affect Moldovan family life and personal definitions of identity and success.

Molly Cannon, Camelia Gheorghe, Moldova country core team - MEASURE Evaluation, USAID1 Jun 2018

This report, in the Moldovan langauge, presents the findings of an assessment workshop aimed at informing action planning to address priority needs identified in alternative care for children in Moldova.

Molly Cannon, Camelia Gheorghe, Moldova country core team - MEASURE Evaluation, USAID1 Jun 2018

This report, in the Moldovan lanugage, presents the findings of an assessment workshop aimed at informing action planning to address priority needs identified in alternative care for children in Moldova.

Molly Cannon, Camelia Gheorghe, Moldova country core team - MEASURE Evaluation, USAID1 Jun 2018

This report presents the findings of an assessment workshop aimed at informing action planning to address priority needs identified in alternative care for children.

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