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Bonita Osborn is a Peace Corp volunteer in Moldova. She came to Moldova last year and she activates in the social enterprise “Flaore de Cires” within NGO Eco Razeni, Razeni village in Ialoveni district, Moldova.
The social enterprise “Floare de Cires” was established in 2012. It has two areas: food services and growing vegetables in greenhouses. The organization began its work by providing social service "social canteen» (there are 24 beneficiaries of this service - old and…Continue
Posted on April 21, 2014 at 18:00
Most times, people with disabilities have the opportunity to vote in polling stations because there is good accessibility to buildings... Elections are held at intervals of every two years. Kindergartens, schools, libraries, community centers are places where polling stations are organized and these are public institutions. If these places are made more accessible, people with disabilities will benefit from their services every day.…Continue
Posted on April 14, 2014 at 9:00
We are very happy to share with you our big news: Public Library Crihana Veche has been selected with in NOVATECA program to benefit from modernization and training and have received five high performance computers, printers, headsets and webcams. Thus, we have the opportunity to provide the local community with free Internet accessand developnew services for users.
NOVATECA is a pilot program developed with support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, IREX and…Continue
Posted on April 14, 2013 at 18:30
Ion Balan is the administrator of Stefanesti Community Center, Floresti district. Every day he makes about 5 km to work and back home no matter whether it rains, is windy, or storming outside…The kids are waiting him at the community center…His family owns a car, but Ion cannot use it legally, although he has been able to drive since 2008…
Ion Balan is a person with physical disabilities. Doctors diagnosed him with Infantile Cerebral…Continue
Posted on April 13, 2013 at 18:00
This story goes back to 1953, a year of radical changes in the Soviet Union. Its roots are to be found in Aleksandrovka, a small Russian village lost in the forests of central Russia in Samara Region. The New Year was being celebrating at the 7-form school located in the homestead of a former Russian landowner. The holiday reached its peak when presents were handed to first-form pupils and I was among them. It should be said that it was the first festivity when we were handed presents after…Continue
Posted on March 24, 2013 at 18:30