Moldova

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Marie LALUQUE et Mariama DIALLO15 Jun 2013

Pays particulièrement marqués par la crise et la pauvreté, la Roumanie, la Moldavie et la Bulgarie bénéficient depuis quelques années d’un programme de coopération pour les droits de l’enfant, le PROCOPIL. Depuis 2005, il a enregistré des résultats encourageants.

Partnerships for Every Child in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Social Protection, and Family and the Ministry of Education1 Apr 2013

This issue No. 3-4 is one in a newsletter series concerning care reform in Moldova. The magazine was produced by Partnerships for Every Child (P4EC), an NGO in Moldova, with funding from the project, “Protecting children in Moldova from family separation, violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation.”

N. Beth Bradford and Peter Evans 1 Apr 2013

This Program Review documents the evolution of EveryChild/Partnerships for Every Child’s Program in Moldova since 1994, presenting the development of interventions to improve the lives of children through deinstitutionalization and identifying the best practices and lessons that may be relevant, useful, and replicable to other initiatives and organizations around the world.

Kelley McCreery Bunkers15 Mar 2013

This important assessment of foster care services in the Republic of Moldova explores the differences between the two main types of foster care services provided in that country, including in terms requirements and profiles of caregivers and of the children, the legal and policy framework underpinning them, including the legal status of the foster parent, as well as the allowances and benefits for each type of care

Partnerships for Every Child, Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family of Moldova, Ministry of Education of Moldova, USAID, VIITORUL1 Feb 2013

This 10-page newsletter, translated into English, is issue number two of a series produced by the “Protecting children of Moldova from family separation, violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation” project, which is implemented by Partnerships for Every Child, the Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family of Moldova, and the Ministry of Education of Moldova.

Partnerships for Every Child, Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family of Moldova, Ministry of Education, USAID, EveryChild, VIITORUL1 Jan 2013

This newsletter, translated into English, is the first of three issues produced by the “Protecting children of Moldova from family separation, violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation” project, which is implemented by Partnerships for Every Child, the Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family of Moldova, and the Ministry of Education of Moldova.

Government of Republic of Moldova3 Mar 2011

Republic of Moldova, Parliament, Law No. 123 on Social Services entered into force 3 March 2011.

Minister of Social Protection, Family and Child and DFID/SIDA 31 Dec 2009

This "Practical Guide: System for Prevention of Child Separation from the Family" was developed in cooperation with the Ministry of Social Protection, Family and Child with technical support from the "Support to the Delivery of Efficient and Sustainable Social Assistance Services” project implemented by OPM/EveryChild Moldova, funded by DFID/SIDA.

Ministry of Social Protection, Family and Child (Moldova) and OPM/EveryChild Moldova1 Dec 2009

The Practical Guide of the Professional Supervision Mechanism in Social Assistance was developed in cooperation with the Ministry of Social Protection, Family and Child (Moldova), with the technica

Emily Delap 1 Nov 2009

This document outlines EveryChild’s approach to the growing problem of children without parental care by defining key concepts, analysing the nature and extent of the problem, exploring factors which place children at risk of losing parental care, and examining the impact of a loss of parental care on children’s rights.

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