Implementation period: 01.09.2023 – 31.12.2023 Project location: Chișinău, Soroca, Căușeni, Ștefan Vodă, Comrat, Basarabeasca, Edineț, Făleşti, Florești, Bălți, Glodeni, Telenești In implementing this project, HEKS/EPER is partnering
CDA has been cooperating with UNHCR Moldova for more than 25 years, being since 1998 the only legal partner of the UN Refugee Agency in the Republic of Moldova.
For more than 20 years the UN Refugee Agency has also been the main donor of CDA projects in the fields of asylum, migration, statelessness and integration of foreigners.
In 2022- 2023 alone, CDA carried out several projects in cooperation with or funded by such international or humanitarian organizations as UNHCR-Moldova, UNDP Moldova, Council of Europe Office in Chisinau, International Organization of the Francophonie, Soros Foundation Moldova, Oxfam International, Farmacéuticos Mundi, HEKS/ EPER, Austrian Development Agency (ADA), NACHBAR IN NOT (NiN) Foundation, Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe, US Embassy in Moldova.
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Projects in progress
The project aims to create better living conditions, ensure access to services and assistance for people affected by the war in Ukraine and settled in the Republic of Moldova.
CDA in partnership with the Embassy of the United States of America in the Republic of Moldova, under a grant agreement, carries out in the period 01.10.22 – 30.09.23 the Project “Legal assistance to stateless persons în Moldova”.
The project will contribute to strengthening the capacities of local civil society and local authorities, of judicial and administrative system’s capacity to respond to the needs of the displaced persons, enhancing at the same time the awareness of displaced persons in relation to their rights and obligations.
Soros-Moldova Foundation provided financial support for the implementation by CDA of the project “Emergency legal assistance for refugees from Ukraine”, implemented for six months, from 1 March to 31 August 2022.
Under the project, CDA developed a training course and organised seven training sessions for 36 police officers, judges and prosecutors from over 20 localities of the Republic of Moldova.
Carried out between November 2022 and March 2023 and had the overall objective of ensuring respect for and prevention of human rights violations in the Republic of Moldova, in particular in the areas of migration, asylum, statelessness and integration of foreigners.