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Февраль 19, 2018
UNAIDS Moldova launches a Request for Quotation for Logistics and accommodation for the organization of a series of events

Logistics and accommodation for the organization of a series of events (four trainings for two-days, eight trainings for one day and a workshop for one day) for medical staff within the implementation of the project “Joint Action to Strengthen Human Rights in the Transnistrian Region of the Republic of Moldova” funded by the Sweden Government.


This section serves as a tool to ensure proper communication among stakeholders and transparency in the development of various documents, proposals, and projects.

Amendment of Law no. 23

Ministry of Health initiated on April 1st, 2011 public consultations on the draft of amending and supplementing Law no. 23 from February 16, 2007 on HIV / AIDS.

Palliative care services

Regulation on the organization of palliative care services for people with HIV / AIDS.

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Июль 18-22, 2016 / Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa

ribbon Activity Plan for AIDS Candlelight Memorial Day 2016
Май 11, 2016 / Republic of Moldova

ribbon Press Conference “HIV is not a sentence”
Май 12, 2015 / Ministry of Health, Chisinau

The awareness campaing "HIV is not a sentence" will be launched through a press conference. The campaign is dedicated to the commemoration of those who died of HIV, which is being celebrated and is culminating on the 17th of May. The awareness campaing will be implemented on both banks of Nistru river.


Ноябрь 30, 2017
Послание Всемирного дня борьбы со СПИДом 2017

Сегодня, во Всемирный день борьбы со СПИДом, мы подчеркиваем важность права на здоровье и освещаем проблемы, с которыми живущие с ВИЧ люди сталкиваются в процессе реализации этого права.

Ноябрь 20, 2017
UNAIDS announces nearly 21 million people living with HIV now on treatment

New report from UNAIDS highlights the right to health as the key to ending AIDS.

Ноябрь 08, 2017
My health, my right

Ending AIDS as a public health threat can only happen if these rights are placed at the centre of global health, so that quality health care is available and accessible for everyone and leaves no one behind.