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USAID, Moldova, Economic Growth, Tourism Industry Sector, Pension
February 16, 2018

The project helps develop Moldova’s tourism infrastructure, diversify products, leverage international awareness, and facilitate a business enabling environment to spur regional growth.

December 8, 2017

This position is located in the USAID/Moldova Mission and reports to the U.S. Direct Hire, FS-01, Office Director. The incumbent is primarily responsible for working on activities within the Governing Justly and Democratically program area.  The Office is charged with management of USAID programs in Moldova, including significant Democracy and Governance assistance programs. These programs are an important part of the USG program to reduce and combat corruption in Moldova, strengthen the capacity of local public authorities and advance decentralization reform, strengthen the role of civil society to become constituent-driven to demand accountability and transparency from the relevant government bodies necessary to improve the well-being of all members of society. The incumbent is part of the Democracy and Governance section for USAID/Moldova.

Textile factory in Moldova
July 31, 2017

Boosting sales and investment for Moldovan companies through increased productivity, improved product quality and expanded market linkages to European and other high-value markets

Tekwill Grand Opening
July 31, 2017
ICTEC project brings prestige and influences the tech sector and Moldova by directly contributing to the entrepreneurship ecosystem. In addition, ICTEC aims to improve the skills needed within the IT sector, thereby creating high quality and well-paid jobs, and deterring the emigration of talented young people. Tekwill encourages local startups and existing companies to expand and attract international IT companies to invest in Moldova, thus contributing to sector growth.

Blooming Cherry Tree
July 31, 2017

USAID’s High Value Agriculture Activity in Moldova (HVAA) works to cultivate a modern agriculture sector that increases rural prosperity, thereby improving the economic well-being of all Moldovans. In collaboration with agribusinesses, farmers, water user associations, and others, the project helps maximize the profitability of each hectare by improving the quality and quantity of production, increasing sales through local and international markets, and fostering partnerships throughout the ag sector to achieve shared goals.

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Last updated: February 16, 2018

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