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In 2014, Maxikids participated in the fall fashion show as part of the national Din Inima campaign.
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Tatiana Bilscaia, inside a modern greenhouse in Romania during the ACED hydroponic vegetable production study tour.
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About Moldova

In support of Moldova’s democratic and free-market reforms, USAID projects work to strengthen economic growth and democratic governance.

USAID is partnering with the public and private sectors in Moldova to achieve broad-based economic growth, reduce poverty and strengthen the market economy. By working with clusters of industries, including micro-enterprises in high-value agriculture, USAID is helping increase the private sector’s competitiveness in regional markets. USAID also supports regulatory and legal reforms to improve the business environment.

To assist with Moldova’s political transition, USAID is promoting good governance and strong democratic practices. Projects include building the capacity of local governments to improve public accountability and service delivery. In addition, programs support judicial institutions and civil society to strengthen the rule of law, fight corruption, and civic engagement. USAID also works with political parties and electoral bodies to enhance transparency and citizen representation in the political process. 

Last updated: August 18, 2016

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Mission Contact

American Embassy/Moldova
57/1, Banulescu-Bodoni Street
ASITO Building, 5th Floor
Postal Code - M 

USAID Contact

Tom Gillis
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia
, DC 
(202) 567-4426