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2011

Study on Feasibility of Child Friendly courts/Judges in Moldova

   This study was conducted in 2011 by the Institute for Penal Reform at the request of UNICEF-Moldova, having the duty to consider whether the conditions of specialization of courts in cases involving children.

  Româna

 

 

 

Impact of cash transfers on poverty and well-being of the most vulnerable families in the Republic of Moldova, within the context of transition from category-based to means-tested social assistance

  The study explores ongoing changes in social protection payments and the effectiveness of the new Ajutor Social programme in reaching the most disadvantaged children and families. The report also offers a number of policy options which can help guide further reforms for greater effectiveness.

Full Report  English | Romana

Executive Summary
English | Româna

 

 

 

   Based on available studies and publications, the “Situation analysis of vulnerable, excluded and discriminated children in Moldova” identifies the key vulnerabilities, progress and remaining challenges for the improvement of the well-being of the most vulnerable children in the Republic of Moldova, with special attention to equity. 

   The Report was commissioned by UNICEF Moldova in cooperation with the National Council of Child Rights Protection of the Republic of Moldova (NCCRP) in 2011.

  English | Româna 

 

 

 

Evaluation of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness Initiative in the Republic of Moldova 2000-2010

   The Republic of Moldova was among the first countries in the WHO European Region to implement the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Initiative starting in 1998 as the most cost-efficient strategies of improvement of mother and child care. This Evaluation analyzes IMCI 2000 – 2010 project interventions in the wider context of Mother and Child Health Care system in Moldova.

 English  | Româna

 

 

 
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