The UN Common Country Analysis for the Republic of Moldova 2020

The United Nations Common Country Analysis for The Republic of Moldova (UN CCA) analyses the country’s socio-economic development and political context, along with critical challenges and root causes, and has been conducted jointly by United Nations organizations working in the Republic of Moldova. It is intended to serve the basis for the future cooperation framework and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) joint annual work programmes. The UN CCA 2020 builds on the available data and recent evidence and has involved civil society organizations in the identification of priority areas for intervention within the frameworks of the Republic of Moldova–United Nations Partnership Framework for Sustainable Development 2018-2022.

The UN CCA is based on the contributions and expertise of 23 United Nations agencies, funds, and programmes with the leadership and coordination of the Resident Coordinator’s Office in Moldova. It is based around the principle of leaving no one behind. The UN CCA analysis is also aligned to the Moldova 2030 National Development Strategy and largely builds on the findings of Moldova’s recent Voluntary National Review (VNR) of implementation of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) agenda.

UN CCA Executive Summary can be found here.

UN CCA Charts and Figures are available here.

The presentation from the launch event can be found here.

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