The Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation invites proposals from organizations and institutions in the countries of the Wider Black Sea Region on the Trust’s three programs: civic participation, cross-border initiatives, and Eastern Links.The Black Sea Trust operates with a small, skilled staff with extensive experience in the region. BST grantmaking is overseen by an Advisory Board with representatives from every BST-supported country, as well as from the BST founding partners.
A regional workshop on "Evaluating the Cost-effectiveness of Needle and Syringe Programs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia" will take place in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova in the period: January 31 – February 2, 2011. The regional consultation will take place in the conference hall of Jolly Alon hotel.
An IT specialist will be recruited for a long-term period with the overall goal to develop the course on internet, CD and mobile based. The IT specialist will be responsible for adjustment of the approved curricula to the open source software package Moodles, develop the design of the site and the security system of this project, after the implementation of the project to monitor the statistic situation of exploring this course by students.
The Republic of Moldova has completed the final stages of a strategic planning process and have developed a set of activities for a number of years. Based on the new concept of the Global Fund the country is planning to apply for financing under the National Strategy Financing mechanism which will require from the Government of Moldova development of a series of documents such as operational plans with cost estimations linked to targets.
Educators Network Peer Y-PEER Moldova UNFPA, UN Population Fund gives you the chance to get involved in volunteering and become one of the young people who can help create a healthy and informed society.
The UNAIDS Moldova in collaboration with the Tiraspol AIDS Center intends to conduct a research targeting to assess women and girls' vulnerability to HIV/AIDSinTransnistria region of the Republic of Moldova(the left bank of Dniester River). The national company will be hired to conduct a quantitative and qualitative research.
Eric Sawyer is the first recipient of the AIDS activism award given by Housing Works, an organization he cofounded in 1994. In 2011, he marks 30 years of surviving HIV while fighting for the lives of others. Below is his interview with POZ, in which he talks about life with HIV, his past work and future plans.
The Institute of Human Rights (IDOM) is pleased to invite you at a Workshop entitled "Human Rights and medicine. The rights of drug users in the context of HIV infection."
This training is for employees of the organizations that work in the field of harm reduction and interact with drug users in their activity.
In the context of project "Reducing the impact of HIV infection", funded by the Global Fund Round 6, is planned to develop a guide for case management of persons living with HIV.
In this regard PAS Center has released a request by which interested persons are invited to express interest in developing the guideline.
On December 22nd, 2010, the Supreme Court of Justice gave in favor of an HIV infected immigrant living in Republic of Moldova, and obliged the Bureau of Migration and Asylum to issue, on his name, a certificate of immigrant.
Ms.S.N., a 28 years old foreign citizen, married to Mr.G.V., a Moldovan citizen in 2005. Both of them are living in Republic of Moldova and have a minor child.
Soros Foundation - Moldova (SFM) announces the recruitment of a consultant to prepare and coordinate the realization of the national survey on socio-economic status of people infected/affected by HIV/AIDS through the project "Care and support for people with HIV”