For the first time in Moldova, 36 young women from 16 districts of the country are studying for two weeks in the summer camp Girls Go IT, how they can create and develop a web platform and how they can achieve an innovative project in the community where they come from. Moreover, young women, aged 16-20 years, are interacting with engineers in the field of information technologies, sharing their experience and their knowledge, to motivate them to pursue a career in the IT sector. Girls Go IT summer camp runs from 17 to 31 August.
[OP-ED] Why we need to go an extra mile in development?
20 August 2015
Many development challenges Moldova faces are devoid of simple solutions. Indeed, at UNDP we have come to realize that TB treatment is not a matter of access to pills only, providing access to energy for people is not a matter of laying the pip...More...
The Ministry of Environment, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is launching a project meant to support biodiversity conservation, by mainstreaming these aspects into Moldova’s territorial and land-use pl...More...
Innovation brings local authorities closer to citizens
18 August 2015
Four Moldovan communities will engage innovative solutions to address local challenges and respond to citizens’ needs. The Government of Denmark, through the Joint Integrated Local Development Programme (JILDP), will provide support to th...More...
UN Secretary General
MESSAGE ON THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOUTH
12 August 2015
Emerging threats, violent extremism, shifting political conditions, economic turmoil and social transformations are combining to heighten the challenges facing the world’s young people. No one knows better than them the issues at stake or...More...
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