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We believe that investing in the life of a child before they enter the school system is crucial for creating a foundation of learning, for future health and of general well-being. We also believe that to achieve the best outcomes, it is equally important to continue helping and supporting children throughout their youth. Read more…

The “Rusca” prison is the only women’s prison in Moldova, detaining about 300 inmates. The Salvation Army in Moldova has been working with the prison since it opened over seven years ago.  Its works consists of offering personal contact with individual inmates, the delivery of humanitarian aid, and the organization of practical and academic IT-courses to acquire skills and knowledge for life after release or further employment. Read more…

Never before in our world’s history have more people reached an old age than they do today. Nowadays, medical care can slow down or even prevent many health problems traditionally associated with old age. However, these technologies have yet arrived in Moldova. Due to economic and political crises, the government in Moldova cannot provide elderly people with sufficient medical care or any alternative form of support.  Read more…

The standards of medical care in Moldova are lower than in many other European countries. Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Europe, and one of the thirty most corrupt countries in the world. In Moldova, patients need to pay for prescribed medication (children under the age of five are exempt), as well as medical procedures that are considered optional, such as cosmetic surgery, dental treatment, therapeutic massages… Read more…

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My name is Ghenea Emil, my friends and acquaintances call me Emil. I am from Romania, from Craiova Corps and I serve in Ialoveni Corps

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