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

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.


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

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.


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

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” implemented by Resource Centre for Youth DACIA with the support of UNICEF Moldova. A total of 32 teachers honed their teaching skills to better respond to the development needs of the child.


UNICEF Moldova validated the priorities of the Strategic Country Programme for 2018-2022

Representatives of national authorities, civil society organizations and young people met Thursday, February 2, 2017, during an official validation meeting of the UNICEF Country Programme for the next four years (2018-2022).

UNICEF Moldova and the Ministry of Health validated the Communication Strategy to support immunization programs in Moldova

In order to implement the National Immunization Program for the years 2016-2020, UNICEF Moldova and the Ministry of Health have validated today the Communication strategy on behavior change in immunization. 

Celebrating 70th Anniversary of UNICEF and the launch of UNICEF global initiative IMAGINE in Moldova was the subject of discussion at today’s morning show on national Moldovan television

UNICEF Representative Nune Mangasaryan, spoke about the achievements of UNICEF in Moldova and reiterated the role the organization plays in promoting a better future for children.


In Moldova, UNICEF’s 70th anniversary was a celebration for children, and with children

On Saturday, 10 December, children, high level officials, and a wide range of UNICEF partners, gathered at the Republican Palace in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova, to mark UNICEF’s 70th anniversary.


UNICEF Moldova is organizing a consultative workshop with adolescents and young people on UNICEF Strategic Plan 2018-2021

UNICEF is in the process of developing its Strategic Plan 2018-2021. Engagement of adolescents and youth is central to shape the draft Strategy and achieving its goals.


 An opportunity for journalists and news organizations to improve their news coverage on early childhood experience and brain development

The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma is now accepting applications for a four-day reporting institute to help journalists and news organizations improve their news coverage on early childhood experience and brain development.


Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Representative to Moldova “Breast milk is the best product for babies, but is the worst advertised one”

As the world marks the Global Breastfeeding Week, read an interview with Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Representative to Moldova, about the benefits of the breast milk and our role in supporting breastfeeding mothers.


Global Breastfeeding Week 2016

In an interview on breastfeeding, Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Representative to Moldova, explains how breastfeeding is supported in the Scandinavian countries


Vladimir Cebotari, Minister of Justice of Moldova, Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Reprezentative to Moldova, and Victor Zaharia, IRP Director, signed a Memorandum to reduce the number of children in contact with the justice system by 2017

UNICEF and the Ministry of Justice aim to offer all children a justice system that is sensitive to their age and gender and that protects them from violence, abuse and neglect while preventing them from entering in conflict with the law.


UNICEF Moldova Representative Nune Mangasaryan and UNICEF Moldova Chief Child Protection Barbara Jamal participated in a press club on effects of migration on children

UNICEF studies show that 21% of children have at least one parent abroad, while 5% of the children in Moldova have both biological parents working abroad.


Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Representative to Moldova, emphasized the importance of quality healthcare for all children

Over 20 thousand inhabitants of the city Dnestrovsk, situated on the left bank of the Nistru River, have access to a renovated clinic with trained medical staff and equipped in accordance with modern standards and practices. 

UNICEF conducted a comprehensive analysis of situation  of children in Moldova 

 On June 19th, UNICEF organized a validation meeting with major partners to discuss the preliminary findings of the study. Around 40 representatives of the national authorities and civil society organizations, as well as young people have participated in the meeting to discuss the findings.


 Moldovan professionals’ benefitted from an unique opportunity to learn from the experience of Scotland

Scotland supports the wellbeing of children and young people by “getting it right for every child”. This means that the right people offer the right help at the right time.


The Government commits to strengthen the birth registration system and to protect children from online abuse

Prime Minister Filip chaired a new meeting of National Council for Children Rights Protection in April 2016. Nune Mangasaryan, Representative of UNICEF in Moldova, attended this meeting, together with other development partners and civil society organizations.


Local professionals better equipped to assist child victims

Social and health workers, teachers, psychologists and police officers from Chisinau, Balti and 7 districts of Moldova learned how to identify children victims and potential victims of violence, assess the situation through the lens of the best interests of the child, convene meetings of the multi-disciplinary teams and applying holistic approach in assisting vulnerable children and their families.


Vulnerable children and their parents attend a puppet theatre show in Chisinau

More than 250 children from vulnerable groups from all over the coutry came to Chisinau to attend, along with Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Moldova Representative to Moldova, a puppet show organised especially for them by the Republican Puppet Theatre „Licurici”.


Moldova eliminated mother to child transmission of syphilis and committed to eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV

Screening and treatment during pregnancy are essential to prevent mother-to-child transmission of syphilis, which can cause miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death in up to 80% cases.


Foster parents recognized on the International Day of the Family

UNICEF Representative to Moldova Nune Mangasaryan joined the president of CCF/HHC Moldova, Liliana Rotaru, and the Minister of Labour, Social Protection and Family, Stela Grigoras, to visit one of the most experienced parental assistants from Chisinau. 


Child victims will now benefit from a safe haven with support from UNICEF Moldova

By creating appropriate conditions for the rehabilitation of child victims, the wing for children in the shelter for the victims of trafficking will fill a gap in the child protection system, contributing to a larger objective: the well-being of every child in Moldova.


International Children’s Day – focus on child rights

Nune Mangasaryan, UNICEF Representative to Moldova, attended a number of events in Ialoveni on the 1st of June, when Moldova celebrated the International Children’s Day.



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