Impact of climate change on children of Moldova discussed at the presentation of UNICEF Study „Child-Centered Climate Vulnerability Assessment”

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In 2050 winter in Moldova will last around 12 days while southern rayons will be in danger of desertification. These are just some of the findings mentioned in the “Child-Centered Climate Vulnerability Assessment” conducted by UNICEF Moldova.

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"The most effective measure of reducing vaccine hesitancy is informing parents of the overwhelming benefits of immunization"

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With declining immunization rates in Moldova, UNICEF Health Officer, Angela Capcelea, spoke to Radio Free Europe about the importance of raising awareness of the benefits of immunization.


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Roma children from Cioresti village benefit from a child-centered education approach at school

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Teachers from “Valeriu Dumbrava” gymnasium in Cioresti took part in a training on the child-centered education concept and teaching tools. The training module was launched within the project “Promotion of increased participation of Roma children in education”.

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