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2006

State responsiveness to violance against children

  The study conducted by Gender-Centru with the support from the Government and UNICEF Moldova describes how functions the system of response to cases of violance and how it provides children and women victims or at risk of violance with necessary support and protection.

 English | Româna

 

 

Violence against children in the Republic of Moldova

  The study conducted by IMAS-Inc. with the support from the Government and UNICEF Moldova gives a detailed account of the extent, causes and incidence of the phenomenon of violance against children in families and at school.

 English | Româna

 

 

Child abandonment in the Republic of Moldova

  The study’s goal was to measure the phenomenon of abandonment in our country in order to search for adequate solutions to reducing abandonment and developing assistance services for the abandoned child as well as for families at risk of child abandonment. The study was carried out in 2005 by the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Labour, Social Protection and Family with technical and financial support of UNICEF Moldova.

  English | Româna 

 

 

The Situation of Children left behind by migrating parents

   This study, developed within the regional UNICEF initiative on the analysis of the phenomenon of poverty and its impact on children, aimed at investigating the situation of migrants’ children, as a starting point. The research was conducted between September 2005 – April 2006 in 3 communities from different geographical areas of Moldova. 231 persons participated in the study, including children.

 English | Româna

 

 

The impact of migration and remittances on communities, families and children in Moldova

  The report was developed by CBS AXA with UNDP and UNICEF support. The main objectives of the study were to identify the impact of migration and remittances on communities, families and children in Moldova.

  English

 

 

REPORT on the implementation of alternatives to detention for juveniles

  The study was conducted by the Institute for Penal Reform, supported by UNICEF Moldova and reflects the progress, achievements and challenges of the juvenile justice system during the effort of implementation of the alternatives to detention for children: probation, community service, mediation etc.

  English

 

 

 

 
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