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Family-Friendly Workplaces

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Un loc de muncă prietenos cu familia își propune să sprijine toți angajații să își echilibreze responsabilitățile de muncă cu responsabilitățile lor de îngrijire și familiale, prin crearea unei culturi și a unui mediu de lucru care să susțină și oferind sprijin practic și abstract angajaților pentru a face acest lucru.

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Infografic în baza datelor GGS

Infographics with data from the Generations and Gender study

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The “Generations and Gender” study is the first and most complex longitudinal demographic study that monitors the demographic changes taking place in the Republic of Moldova. This is a global study, conducted to date in over 24 countries and is part of the international program coordinated by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Interdisciplinary Institute of Demography in the Netherlands (NIDI).

In the Republic of Moldova, GGS was implemented at the request of the Government of the Republic of Moldova, being part of the Global Generations and Gender Program (GGP) and is implemented by the United Nations Population Fund in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, the National Bureau of Statistics and the Institute Interdisciplinary Demography of the Netherlands. The study was made possible by financial support from the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, the India-UN Development Partnership Fund and UNFPA Moldova.

The participants in the study are 10,000 people aged 15-79 from 153 localities of the Republic of Moldova, except for the region on the left bank of the Dniester. Being a longitudinal international study, to be conducted in three waves, the study participants will be visited repeatedly over 3 years, to understand the demographic changes that occur over time.

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Expanding the working arrangements

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This document is developed by the Center Partnership for Development within the ‘Expanding Choices: Gender- Responsive Family Policies for the Private Sector in the Western Balkans and Moldova’ Project, implemented by the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), with the support of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the operational unit of the Austrian Development Cooperation in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UNFPA, ADA or any of its affiliated organisations.

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How do we foster equitable engagement of parents in upbringing and care of children 

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This document is developed by the Center Partnership for Development within the ‘Expanding Choices: Gender- Responsive Family Policies for the Private Sector in the Western Balkans and Moldova’ Project, implemented by the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), with the support of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the operational unit of the Austrian Development Cooperation in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UNFPA, ADA or any of its affiliated organisations.

  

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MANAGEMENTUL CLINIC AL CAZURILOR DE VIOL. Protocol Clinic Standardizat

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Protocolul clinic standardizat privind managementul clinic al cazurilor de viol a fost elaborat de către Grupul de Experți, sub egida Ministerului Sănătății al Republicii Moldova, cu susținerea Fondului Națiunilor Unite pentru Populație (UNFPA).

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Comparative Analysis “Gender-Responsive Family Policies: National Regulations in the Light of the New European Standards”

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The Comparative Analysis “Gender-Responsive Family Policies: National Regulations in the Light of the New European Standards” is developed within the project “Expanding Choices: GenderResponsive Family Policies for the Private Sector in the Western Balkans and Moldova”, implemented by the UNFPA, in cooperation with the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the operational unit of the Austrian Development Cooperation, in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Moldova. The opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of UNFPA, ADA or any of its affiliated organisations.

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The Active Ageing Index in the Republic of Moldova for 2020

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The Active Ageing Index in the Republic of Moldova for 2020 was developed with the support of UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund in Moldova and the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection within the Generations and Gender Programme in the Republic of Moldova and the National Program 2020-2023 “Migration, demographic changes and situation stabilization policies”.

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Study to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding the health and life skills of students in Vocational Education and Training in the Republic of Moldova

Situation Report

This study was conducted for the first time in Vocational Educationand Training (VET) institutions. The aim of the research is to establish what are the health-related knowledge and behaviors among VET girls and boys, as well as the life skills that can help them find employment.
The study was conducted among students aged 15-19 from 4 centres of excellence, 7 colleges and 9 vocational schools, a total of 20 VET institutions (12 institutions - part of the project and 8 control institutions).
The study assessed the level of knowledge, attitudes and practices of 923 students related to their health and life skills. 

The study was conducted within the Project “Develop life skills and healthy behaviors of students in Vocational Education & Training for their development and job readiness”, implemented by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) with funding support of Austrian Development Agency (ADA) from funds of Austrian Development Cooperation in partnership withthe Ministry of Education, Culture and Research.

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Infographics - Study to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding the health and life skills of students in Vocational Education and Training in the Republic of Moldova

Situation Report

The infographics present the most important results of the study conducted for the first time in Vocational Educationand Training (VET) institutions. The aim of the research was to establish what are the health-related knowledge and behaviors among VET girls and boys, as well as the life skills that can help them find employment.
The study was conducted among students aged 15-19 from 4 centres of excellence, 7 colleges and 9 vocational schools, a total of 20 VET institutions (12 institutions - part of the project and 8 control institutions).
The study assessed the level of knowledge, attitudes and practices of 923 students related to their health and life skills. 

The study was conducted within the Project “Develop life skills and healthy behaviors of students in Vocational Education & Training for their development and job readiness”, implemented by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) with funding support of Austrian Development Agency (ADA) from funds of Austrian Development Cooperation in partnership withthe Ministry of Education, Culture and Research.

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UNFPA Moldova Country Programme 2018-2022/ Mid-term revision/January 2021

Technical Reports and Document

UNFPA Moldova operates under the Country Programme signed with the Republic of Moldova's Government for 2018-2022. The Program aims to support women and young people in realizing their sexual and reproductive health and rights by fostering gender equality and youth empowerment, building the country's demographic resilience through intergenerational dialogue between young and old, and the availability of quality data on population dynamics. A special focus is placed on the most vulnerable population to ensure that no one is left behind, especially during emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The Program works to empower women and young people with disabilities, HIV-affected, older, rural communities, low-income families, ethnic and sexual minorities through life skills education programs in vocational schools and non-formal education settings, inclusive sexual and reproductive health services, gender equality, intergenerational programs, and disaggregated data.

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