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The impact of migration on children left behind in Moldova
This paper empirically evaluates the well-being of children “left behind” by migrant household members in Moldova. Using data derived from a nationally-representative, large-scale household survey conducted between September 2011 and February 2012 among 3,255 households across Moldova. The research was carried-out by Maastricht Economic and social Research institute on Innovation and Technology (UNUMERIT) and Maastricht Graduate School of Governance.


Evaluation report: Implementation of the national strategy and action plan for the reform of the residential childcare system in Moldova 2007-2012
The Government of the Republic of Moldova launched its childcare reforms in 2006 aiming to establish a network of community social assistants, develop family support services and alternative family placement services, and reorganize residential childcare institutions. The National Strategy and Action Plan for the Reform of the Residential Childcare System 2007–2012 was approved by the Government of the Republic of Moldova in July 2007. This evaluation, carried out between March and June 2012, examines implementation of the National Strategy and Action Plan. The evaluation was conducted with the methodological and financial support of UNICEF Moldova, complemented by financial contribution of the OAK Foundation.

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Research study: ”The torture and ill-treatment of children in the context of juvenile justice in the Republic of Moldova”
The Research provides a deep analysis about the use of torture or other forms of abuse against children in the justice system, based on interviews with 42 juveniles from various places from detention and professionals from different fields who provide juvenile assistance.

   The research was conducted in 2012 by the Center for Human Rights of Moldova and the Rehabilitation Center of Torture Victims “Memoria” within a UNICEF-EU project.

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