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Development of Integrated Social Care Services for Vulnerable Families and Children at Risk in Moldova
Strengthening Systems for the Alternative Care of Children: Findings from Armenia, Ghana, Moldova, and Uganda
Case Management Practical Guide: A set of Methodological Guidelines for the Regional Social Assistance Structures
The Family Support Service Practical Guide: A set of Methodological Guidelines for the Regional Social Assistance Structures
Statistical Report (annual) no. 103 * Children at risk and children separated from their parents (Moldova)
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. 835: cu privire la aprobarea Planului de acţiuni pentru anii 2016-2020 privind implementarea Strategiei pentru protecţia copilului pe anii 2014-2020
LEGE Nr. 140: privind protecţia specială a copiilor aflaţi în situaţie de risc şi a copiilor separaţi de părinţi
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. 7: cu privire la aprobarea Regulamentului-cadru privind organizarea şi funcţionarea Comisiei pentru protecţia copilului aflat în dificultate
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. 523: cu privire la aprobarea Programului de dezvoltare a educaţiei incluzive în Republica Moldova pentru anii 2011-2020
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. 441: pentru aprobarea Regulamentului-cadru privind organizarea şi funcţionarea Serviciului social Centrul de zi pentru copii în situaţie de risc şi a standardelor minime de calitate
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. HG143/2018: pentru aprobarea Instrucţiunii cu privire la mecanismul de cooperare intersectorială pentru prevenirea primară a riscurilor privind bunăstarea copilului
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. 270: cu privire la aprobarea Instrucţiunilor privind mecanismul intersectorial de cooperare pentru identificarea, evaluarea, referirea, asistenţa şi monitorizarea copiilor victime şi potenţiale victime ale violenţei, neglijării, exploatării ş
HOTĂRÎRE Nr. 132: pentru aprobarea Regulamentului cu privire la modul de stabilire și plată a indemnizațiilor pentru unele categorii de copii și tineri
Data for this country care snapshot was contributed by partners at Lumos and Changing the Way We Care.
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The escalation of conflict in Ukraine has forced more than 5 million people - mostly women and children - to flee to neighbouring countries. With the escalating crisis, the needs are growing by the hour.
The European Commission has proposed a “10-Point Plan for stronger European coordination on welcoming people fleeing the war from Ukraine” (endorsed by the European Parliament and the Council) that includes: creation of an EU platform for registration; an EU level coordinated approach for transport and information hubs; and a call to enhance reception systems and ensure continuity of care and suitable accommodation, among others.
No country has taken more refugees per capita than Moldova, where people have opened their homes to Ukrainians. But the country faces challenges, including growing Russian pressure.
The International Data Alliance for Children on the Move (IDAC) held this webinar on April 11, 2022, to discuss the need for concrete data and information crucially needed to support affected children inside and outside Ukraine. Representatives of countries directly affected by the Ukrainian crisis as well as key partners on the ground shared their insights.
Instruirea „Principii Sigure și Demne în Situații de Urgență” oferă spre discuție subiecte importante precum responsabilitatea noastră de a proteja copiii și adulții expuși riscului în situația de urgență actuală; principiile „de a nu face mai rău
The training Safe Responses During Emergency Situations covers topics such as our responsibility to protect children and adults at risk in an emergency, the principles of 'do no further harm’ and 'best interests of the child’ in practice; the four Rs: recognition; response; reporting; recording and what we can and should practically do in an emergency situation.
Children make up half of all refugees from the war in Ukraine, according to UNICEF and UNHCR. More than 1.1 million children have arrived in Poland, with hundreds of thousands also arriving in Romania, Moldova, Hungary Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
The European Commission established the Solidarity Program which supports EU Member States and other States to share the responsibility of recieving refugees from Ukraine. The most vulnerable refugees will be prioritized for transfer, including people with disabilities, older people, those with severe medical conditions, and mothers with young children. Unaccompanied and separated children will only be transferred following best interest procedures and family tracing.
While most refugees, especially those from the Kyiv area, have flowed to Poland, an estimated 350,000 have entered Moldova, one of Europe's poorest countries.
Catholic Relief Services has developed a Psychological First Aid in An Emergency Context training, including Facilitators Guide and PPT. The training has been structured to provide a foundational understanding of how to provide psychological first aid in an emergency context. It is based upon the World Health Organizations Psychological First Aide Guide for Field Workers (2011) and has been adapted specifically for the response in Moldova to support refugees fleeing from Ukraine.