Over 30 non-governmental organizations from different
regions of the country will develop social services that
meet the expectations and real needs of the target
groups: people with intellectual and psychosocial
disabilities and children from vulnerable groups.
The projects are funded within a Grants Programme
carried out by the Soros Foundation-Moldova from the
resources of the European Union, which was designed
specifically for local civil society organizations to help
them develop community social services.
Approximately 1,000 people with intellectual and
psychosocial disabilities and children from vulnerable
groups will have increased chances of integration
into the society. At the same time, about 100 persons
with intellectual and psychosocial disabilities will be
deinstitutionalised. The Grants Program is implemented
within the framework of the project ”Better Social
Services through a Sustainable Partnership between
Civil Society and Government” between February 2018
and January 2021. The total budget of the project is 2.1
million Euros.
For more information on the project please contact
Victoria Neaga, Project Manager, European Union
Delegation to the Republic of Moldova:
Victoria.NEAGA@eeas.europa.eu.