The Sustainable Development Goals in Moldova
The UN in Moldova remains a key partner in supporting Moldova’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) nationalization and implementation process. The Government has committed to achieving the SDGs, and with the support of the UN, the Moldovan State Chancellery conducted extended external consultations regarding the 2030 Agenda and its application to the local context. The SDGs nationalization report “Adapting the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development to the context of the Republic of Moldova” was presented to the Coordination Council for Sustainable Development and endorsed by its members on 4 July 2017.
23 December 2022
The Republic of Moldova - United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2023-2027 (UNSDCF)
The Government of the Republic of Moldova and the United Nations are committed to working together to achieve the national development priorities, the Sustainable Development Goals and other internationally agreed development goals and treaty obligations. The United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework tailors the responses to national priorities, ensuring that all United Nations entities can effectively support national implementation of the 2030 Agenda. Building on the successes of our past cooperation, the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework will guide the joint work of the Government of the Republic of Moldova and the United Nations system from 2023 until 2027. The collective results expected from this Cooperation Framework will help the Republic of Moldova become a more prosperous and resilient country, with strong participative democratic institutions, green development and equal opportunities for all, in line with the overarching aim of the Sustainable Development Goals of “Leaving No One Behind”.
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30 January 2023
World Economic Situation and Prospects 2023
The world continues to confront multiple, inter-connected crises. Amid a slow recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is facing a food and energy crisis exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, with record high inflation unleashing a cost-of-living crisis. Developing countries are struggling over the costs of imports and debt servicing, and a climate crisis continues to wreak havoc on the most vulnerable countries and populations. Amid monetary tightening, subdued consumption and private investments, judicious government spending will remain critical for steering economic recovery worldwide. The UN World Economic Situation and Prospects 2023 will underscore the imperative of supportive and accommodative fiscal measures to lift growth and accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
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02 September 2022
United Nations Common Country Analysis Data Dashboard
Now you can access data about Moldova on the UN Common Country Analysis (CCA) Data Dashboard. The United Nations Common Country Analysis for The Republic of Moldova (UN CCA) provides an in-depth analysis of the country’s socio - economic development and political context, along with critical challenges and root causes. The Dashboard was developed by the Resident Coordinator Office of UN Moldova and is currently available in English language.
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16 January 2023
Strengthening Socio-Economic Resilience of Women and Girls Affected by the Ukraine Refugee Crisis in Moldova
Minimum 2,000 women and girls, both refugee and local, especially the most vulnerable and affected by the crisis, will benefit from interventions of the project: provision of most needed and gender-responsive humanitarian assistance, information on available services (cash for work, preschool services for children, etc.), employment and business development opportunities, as well as psychosocial, social, and legal services, including on cases of gender-based violence. The main objective of the project is to offer its beneficiaries access to gender-responsive humanitarian assistance and tailored livelihood programs and integrated gender responsive, localized and women-centered protection and development opportunities. Tailored livelihoods programs will be developed aimed at skills development (including but not limited to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), vocational and foreign language skills, public speaking, self-confidence, digital and financial literacy, gender equality), skill-matching, job placement and cash for work opportunities. Also, as a result of the project, frontline workers, including but not limited to Local Public Authorities, humanitarian workers and local/regional CSOs in 5 districts, will have increased awareness on referral pathways and provide services, including gender-responsive humanitarian assistance to refugee women and girls as well as Moldovan women, especially the most vulnerable and affected by the crisis. “Japan is with the Republic of Moldova and the United Nations in our support to refugees from Ukraine. Women and girls are particularly vulnerable in time of wars. We praise the Moldovans for generously providing shelter and care to the Ukrainian refugees. We thank UN Women for taking the lead in prioritizing the needs for women and girls in this difficult situation.” mentioned H.E. Mr. Yamada Yoichiro, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the Republic of Moldova. „This is the second time when, with the generous support of Japan, UN Women will provide support to women and girls affected by the crises. This project is very timely and important in the current regional context as it is crucial to strengthen the resilience of women refugees and empower them economically, but as well to encourage women across the country to access labor market and realize their social and entrepreneurial potential.” mentioned Dominika Stojanoska, UN Women Moldova country representative. The total budget of the project is 800 000 US Dollars and will be implemented in 2023.
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21 November 2022
How is life: micro-narratives on the impact of the Ukraine crisis in the Republic of Moldova
UNDP is leading the socio-economic response to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine closely coordinating with the humanitarian response and partners such as UNHCR. Moldova is hosting the highest numbers of Ukrainian refugees per capita, which has a dramatic impact on Moldova’s budget. UNDP Moldova partnered with The Cynefin Company to explore the experiences of both Ukrainians refugees in Moldova, and the local Moldovan citizens. SenseMaker®, a mixed methods ethnographic research tool, was used to collect micro-narratives about living in the community. This research paper explores the quantitative and qualitative insights gained from the SenseMaker® data, complemented at the end by data from a multi-needs assessment survey.
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