Support Projects for Refugees

Development of protection mechanisms in urban and rural areas in the Republic of Moldova

November 2022 – April 2023 

Donors: Association for Aid and Relief Japan

Project aims to provide access to basic needs and healthcare support for Ukrainian refugees from vulnerable groups as well as to vulnerable Moldovan host families, both located in the Northern Region of the country.

Open Arms, Open Hearts, Emergency response to Ukraine crisis

June 1, 2022 – May 31, 2023 

Donors: CARE through SERA Romania Foundation, CARE France and FONPC

Project goal is to address the individual needs of Ukrainian refugees by providing immediate basic assistance and provision of support to families that host refugees. The project will be focused on three districts: Causeni, Criuleni, and Balti municipality.

Emergency early childhood development action to support young children at risk or with developmental difficulties affected by Ukraine war. Regional multi-country initiative

October 2022 – January 2024

Donors: EASPD through UNICEF funds

Project aims to take action in the field of emergency early childhood development to support young children at risk or with developmental difficulties affected by Ukraine war.

Open Arms, Open Hearts – Emergency response to Ukraine crisis, Mobile team Tudora

July 2022 – June 2023

Donors: Fondation de France

Project goal is to provide support to refugees from Ukraine and to host families from the Tudora commune, rayon Stefan Voda (which is close to the border with Ukraine), based on their needs.

Mobile team that offers emergency support to Ukrainian refugees in Moldova
Hotline support for persons with disabilities (extended to refugees from Ukraine).

March 2022 – February 2023

Donors: Keystone Human Services, Catholic Relief Services, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, East Europe Foundation through the funds of Oak Foundation, Mutualité Française, Girona Support – Fundació Tutelar de les Comarques Gironines.

Project goal is to provide a 24/7 hotline service for refugees with disabilities and their family members, elderly people, and people from vulnerable groups. The hotline service is complemented by a mobile team focused on providing direct support to refugees with disabilities and chronic diseases throughout the country.

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