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“Strengthening the perinatal system and immunization chain in the Transnistrian region”

In order to address the needs of pregnant women, new-borns and their families and to improve the capacities of health workers in the Transnistrian region, European Union, Swiss Development Cooperation Agency (SDC) and UNICEF joined efforts and launched the two-year project “Strengthening the perinatal system and immunization chain in the Transnistrian region”. The project works to improve access to and quality of the perinatal care and immunization services in the Transnistrian region. The activities focus on the well-being of pregnant women and safe delivery, emergency obstetrical services, assistance for the new-borns, and increased knowledge of child health for families and medical staff.


Project Card

Duration: March 2013October 2015;

Total budget: 502,300 USD;

Focus areas: Perinatal careand immunization;

Beneficiaries: Pregnant women, new-borns, their families, health workers;

Targeted areas: Transnistrian region;

Donors: European Union, SDC;

Main implementer: UNICEF;

Partners: Local Transnistrian health authorities, Association of Perinatal Medicine.

A Cooperation that Counts to Vulnerable Adolescents of Moldova

“Strengthening capacity of non-state actors for HIV testing and counselling of most-at-risk adolescents and young people”.

In order to support the Republic of Moldova in addressing the challenges posed to the health and well-being of the most vulnerable young people, the European Union and UNICEF launched a regional project entitled “Strengthening capacity of non-state actors for HIV testing and counselling of most-at-risk adolescents and young people”.The project has a comprehensive approach and works in three directions: Policy change, Capacity building and community mobilization.The three-year regional project started in 2012 and will be implemented by the end of 2014. Many important activities have been undertaken so far, leading to a friendlier and more responsive environment for the most vulnerable children and adolescents in Moldova and increasing their chances to a better and healthier life.


Project Card

Duration: January 2012 − December 2014;

Total budget (Moldova):520,000 USD;

Focus areas: Adolescents,Health, HIV;

Beneficiaries: Most-at-risk adolescents and especially vulnerable adolescents and young people;

Targeted areas: Balti, Orhei, Ungheni, Donduseni, Ribnita;

Donors: European Union, UNICEF;

Main implementer: Youth forthe Right to Live” NGO from Balti (“TDV”, Balti);

Partners: Ministry of Health, public health institutions, local public authorities, NGOs, youth friendly health centres, volunteers. 

 

 

 

 

 

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