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The best practices of local public authorities in Moldova in 2021 can now be discovered in an anthology


Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul" presents the Anthology of best practices of local authorities in Moldova, 2021 edition. The Anthology is produced within the Best Practices Programme for Local Authorities 2019 – 2020 and aims to describe the success stories of local authorities from Moldova.

"Hundreds of communities make us proud of what they are doing, of what they continue to develop. The achievements of the local communities in the Republic of Moldova inspire us and make us hope for a more European, more prosperous and more beautiful country. We very much hope that the pages to be read will be a pleasant and useful read for the reader and at the same time an encouragement to take on the valuable ideas and practices in this book, to grow and develop local government and to implement projects. which will add value to the socio-economic development process of the communities, thus improving the lives of the citizens of our country", says Liubomir Chiriac, executive director at IDIS" Viitorul ".

The publication was made possible by the efforts of IDIS "Viitorul" experts, as well as local public administration representatives, who constantly showed interest and creative ability.

The anthology of good practices includes the following sections: 1. Transparent governance for an efficient public administration 2. Local development through community involvement; 3. Energy efficiency - a priority for any locality; 4. Authentic traditions at home.

For the current edition of the Best Practices Programme, 64 of the most innovative best practices have been submitted, implemented by 40 local public authorities in Moldova during 2019-2020.

The success stories of local public authorities in Moldova can be found in the Anthology of best practices of local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, 2021 edition (available only in Romanian).

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The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

Find out more about the Programme on @PBPMoldova.

 

 

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Best practices of local public authorities in Moldova were awarded. Find out which projects are winning

 

The best practices implemented by Moldovan local authorities in 2019 and 2020 were awarded on December 21 at a national ceremony. The event was organized by IDIS "Viitorul", within the Best Practices Programme of Local Public Authirities in Moldova. The Programme is implemented with the financial support of the Council of Europe and aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

"Hundreds of communities make us proud of what they are doing, of what they continue to develop. The achievements of the local communities in the Republic of Moldova inspire us and make us hope for a more European, more prosperous and more beautiful country", mentioned the Executive director of IDIS "Viitorul", Liubomir Chiriac, in the opening of the National Award Ceremony of the best practices.

"Our common goal is to build strong local communities and for this reason, we believe it is especially important to learn from good practices, not to lose valuable ideas and to continue to know, recognize and apply them", said Ana - Maria Veverița, Coordinator of the Best Practices Programme.

In his turn, Daniel Popescu, Head of the Democratic Governance Department at Council of Europe said: “I am glad that these practices are celebrated, but the most important thing is not only to congratulate the winners, but also to learn from them. Learning from best practices is the best learning practice. There are mayors and innovative communities everywhere, especially in the Republic of Moldova, who bring new solutions to common problems in order to improve the lives of citizens”.

"The Best Practices Programme is a good example, worth following and replicating. This programme discovers many initiatives; discover people who, through sacrifice and dedication, bring change to local communities and better services for citizens. All the respect, all the gratitude and appreciation for the colleagues and those involved in the local development", said the president of CALM, Tatiana Badan.

In the 2019-2020 edition of the Best Practices Programme 64 good practices implemented by 40 local public participated in the competition. The sections applied by local public administrations are: 1. Transparent governance for an efficient public administration 2. Local development through community involvement; 3. Energy efficiency - a priority for any locality; 4. Authentic traditions at home.

In the context of the national award ceremony, 11 certificates of participation, nine mentions, nine third-degree awards, seven second-degree awards, seven first-degree awards and three special awards for the best practices implemented by local governments during 2019-2020 were offered. The winning authorities receives trophies, diplomas and surprises from the partners of the Best Practices Programme.

Thus, the following first-degree awards were offered:

Transparent governance for an efficient public administration

  1. Gaidar (Gagauzia) for the development of the official webpage: www.gaidar.md. The page includes information about the locality, local decisions, public procurement, public services provided, and other useful data. The site is available in Romanian, Russian, English and Turkish and also includes a version for the visually impaired.

Local development through community involvement

  1. Ungheni municipality for organizing the Urban Hackathon “Your city is changing for you. Together with you"
  2. Sireti (Straseni region) for the community involvement in arranging a sport space and repairing the local roads

Energy efficiency - a priority for any locality

  1. Festelita (Stefan Voda region) for the Creation of the Center of Excellence for energy efficiency by piloting the new typologies of energy efficiency in the village of Feștelița
  2. Leova for increasing the energy efficiency of the "Constantin Spătaru" Theoretical High School in Leova

Authentic traditions at home

  1. Budesti (Chisinau municipality) for creating the tourist and leisure route "On holiday in Budești!"
  2. Selemet (Cimislia region) for the revitalization of wells and promoting authentic traditions

The success stories of local public authorities in Moldova can be found in the Anthology of best practices of local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, 2021 edition (available only in Romanian).

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The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

Find out more about the Programme on @PBPMoldova.

 

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The winning communities of the 2021 Best Practices Programme were selected

 

Best practices of local authorities in Moldova have been appointed on 24 November at the meeting of the Steering Group of the Best Practices Programme and will be awarded in December this year. During the meeting, members of the Steering Committee gave a note of best practices known in the documentation visits and have decided the winning practices.

Thus, 29 communities from 19 districts and municipalities were visited between August and September 2021 by the project implementation team. We remind you that for the current edition of the Good Practices Program, 64 of the most innovative best practices were submitted, implemented by 40 local public authorities in Moldova during 2019-2020. The sections applied by local public administrations are: 1. Transparent governance for an efficient public administration 2. Local development through community involvement; 3. Energy efficiency - a priority for any locality; 4. Authentic traditions at home.

As a result of the competition, the best practice models of local public administration in Moldova were identified and disseminated, promoting the remarkable results of the communities that deserve to be known at the national and international level. In this sense we can mention the Center of Excellence in Energy Efficiency from Feștelița village from Ștefan Vodă district; tourist routes from Sipoteni, Calarasi district; the traditional cuisine festival "GurmanIA" in Tarigrad; the basins from Ghindești commune and Rogojeni village; urban hackathon “Your city is changing for you. Together with you” from Ungheni; thermal rehabilitation of institutional buildings in the city of Cantemir and the list goes on.

"The best practice competition in 2021 comes with a range of innovative, inspirational, and most importantly, for the benefit of citizens. Despite the pandemic context, mayors continued to develop new practices and projects and to be actively involved in mobilizing resources for the prosperity of localities. The Good Practices Program appreciates this effort and ensures the wide dissemination of these good practices”, says Victoria Ivancioglo, UNDP Moldova project manager and member of the Coordinating Group.

In his turn, Valeriu Musteață, the mayor of Săiți village and the member of the Coordinating Group appreciated the dedication of the mayors: “As a member of the Coordinating Group of the Best Practices Program of the Local Public Authorities this time I am pleasantly surprised by what I saw in my primary colleagues, who with their own sacrifice bring you the contribution to the prosperity of the communities they lead”.

"I am deeply surprised that despite the pandemic, the number of communities participating in the good practice competition remains constant. The pandemic seems to have mobilized local public authorities. The good practices in this edition are simply amazing", said Diana Chiriac, main consultant, Public Administration Department within the State Chancellery.

And Eduard Ungureanu, expert in the "My Community" program from IREX Moldova, added: “The Best Practices Programme proves to be a good partner for the local authorities in Moldova. As a member of the Coordinating Group, I appreciate the professionalism of the team implementing this program and the initiative to support and promote local communities”.

The Steering Group of the Best Practices Programme monitors and evaluates the implementation of the Best Practices Program, oversees the evaluation and selection of best practices of local government.

Best practices will be awarded at the National Award Ceremony, to be held on 21 December.

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

For more details, contact Program Coordinator Ana - Maria Veverita at 0 22 221844 or programul.bunelepractici@gmail.com

 

 

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Nine communities in Moldova will open their doors until November 26 to share best practices

 

Communities with best practices will organize Open Doors Day in their localities from 13 October to 26 November 2021. Thus, representatives of local authorities in nine municipalities will share their successful experiences with other mayors and the general public.

The events take place with the financial support of the Council of Europe and the logistics of the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul". Thus, the Open Doors Day itinerary will include the following destinations:

Wednesday, October 13
Center of Excellence in Energy Efficiency from Feștelița village, Ștefan Vodă rayon
Feştelița - the smart energy village

Thursday, October 14th
Ghindești commune Village Hall, Florești rayon
To the little huts from Ţîra

Saturday, October 16
Sireți village Hall, Străseni rayon
Involvement for the development of Sireți village

Friday, October 29
Selemet village Hall, Cimișlia rayon
Authentic Selemet traditions

Sunday, October 31st
Sipoteni village Hall, Călărași rayon
Unique ecotourism routes in Sipoteni

Monday, November 8
Cantemir Town Hall
The only plant-based thermal power plant in the country

Wednesday, November 10
Budești village Hall, Chișinău municipality
On holiday in Budești

Sunday, November 21
Logănești village Hall, Hincesti rayon
A stop at the tap in Logănești

Friday, November 26
"Plaiul Codrilor" Local Action Group
Solutions for rural development through local action groups

More details can be found in the promotional flyer (available only in Romanian): "Open Doors Day: Exchange of experiences and best practices 2021"

At the Open Doors Days, representatives of local authorities, NGOs and the media are invited. The events are organized according to the rigors of the Extraordinary National Commission in Public Health. The organizers will ensure that safety rules concerning the prevention of the coronavirus spread are respected in accordance with the restrictions in force. 

For more details please contact the Programme Coordinator, Ana-Maria Veverita at 022 22 18 44 or by e-mail at programul.bunelerpractici@gmail.com

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe since 2005. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

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Local communities in Moldova that are proud with their best practices will be discovered in the Best Practices Programme. Find out who these communities are

 

The most innovative good practice projects from 29 communities in the Republic of Moldova are to be visited in the next period to see live how the success stories are implemented. The communities were selected on August 20, by the members of the Steering Group of the Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities at a meeting. The Best Practices Programme is implemented by IDIS "Viitorul" with the support of the Council of Europe and aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

Among the good practices that the localities in the country are proud of, we can mention the photovoltaic park from Feștelița village from Ștefan Vodă district, a village with energy intelligence; the fire and rescue service from Bravicea village (Călărași district); tourist routes from Sipoteni, Călărași district; the traditional “GurmanIA” cuisine festival in Țarigrad, attended by over 250 visitors; the festival for the promotion of our dowry from our ancestors “La Bășcuțele din Țîra” from Ghindești commune, Floresti district; urban hackathlon “Your city is changing for you. Together with you”, from Ungheni municipality, within which 11 concepts for modernizing the center of Ungheni municipality were proposed to the local authorities; thermal rehabilitation of institutional buildings in the city of Cantemir and the list goes on.

This year's competition involves 64 of the most innovative best practices, implemented by 40 local public authorities in Moldova between 2019-2020. The sections to which local governments have applied are: 1. Transparent governance for efficient public administration 2. Local development through community involvement; 3. Energy efficiency - a priority for any locality; 4. Authentic traditions at home.

Regarding the distribution of practices by regions, the Center area remains the most active. Therefore, 39 best practices from 21 communities were submitted from the Center, 14 best practices from 11 communities were submitted from the South, and 11 best practices from eight communities were submitted from the Northern region of the republic.

"At the local level we work with a lot of effort and dedication, and through the competition of best practices we want to encourage local communities and public authorities. The Best Practices Programme is the only program that manages to highlight the good practices of LPA with limited resources, but with dedicated people, united community, responsibility and high capacities", mentioned the president of CALM, Tatiana Badan.

Once visited, communities will organize open days (online or live, depending on the epidemiological situation regarding COVID-19 infection in the country), and the best examples of good practice will be included in an Anthology of best practices and will be awarded in a festive ceremony at the end of 2021.

„The Best Practices Programme of the Local Authorities of the Republic of Moldova is a challenge for the local public authorities of the Republic of Moldova. But also, the opportunity to remove from anonymity competitiveness, professionalism, inclusion, cultural diversity, openness and transparency in the work of local authorities. The State Chancellery appreciates and supports the Best Practices Programme, thus contributing to the efficiency of the local government, strengthening the institutional capacities and developing the performances", underlined Diana Chiriac, main consultant of the Public Administration Department of the State Chancellery. of the Coordinating Group.

Valeriu Musteață, the mayor of Săiți village and a member of the Steering Committee Group, added “I am glad to be part of the Steering Group, and this activity helps me a lot in my activity as mayor. Through this project I have the opportunity to know the good practices of my colleagues from all over the country, to inspire me and to implement them in my locality. At the same time, I appreciate the local public authorities who have good teams at the local level and manage to raise resources on their own, to mobilize citizens and to win good practice projects, which contribute to the development of communities”.

The Steering Group of the Best Practices Programme monitors and evaluates the implementation of the Best Practices Program, oversees the evaluation and selection of best practices of local government.

 

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

For more details, contact Program Coordinator Ana - Maria Veverita at 0 22 221844 or programul.bunelepractici@gmail.com

 

 

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Participate in the best practices competition in local government and win prizes


Do you have successful initiatives in your community that you are proud of? Then take them out of anonymity so they know the whole country and be rewarded. For this, the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", together with the Council of Europe invites you to participate in the 2021 edition of the Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova.

The purpose of this program is to identify and disseminate innovative and effective initiatives in the local public administration of the Republic of Moldova, as well as to share the experience and outstanding results of the communities and local public administration in the country.

"We want to make known at the current edition of the Program those dedicated communities that, despite the current challenges, manage to bring changes at home and contribute to the development of the locality. And the representatives of the local public administrations that participate in the Best Practices Programme have the opportunity to be inspired, to learn from the experience of others and to implement creative and innovative solutions in their localities. In this way, the local government will become more efficient, and the quality of life of the citizens will visibly improve", says Ana - Maria Veverița, coordinator of the Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova.

The best practice competition sections for the current edition are:

Transparent governance for an efficient public administration
Local development through community involvement
Energy efficiency - a priority for any locality
Authentic traditions at home

The competition involves three stages, respectively: registration, evaluation of submitted projects, designation and awarding of winners.

The best practices competition involves three stages, namely: registration/best practices submission, evaluation of the submitted projects, nomination and awarding of the winners.

To participate, local practice must be implemented in 2019 and 2020. Best practices will be evaluated on the basis of the EVALUATION GRID

The deadline for participation at the Best Practices Programme is 10 August 2021.

Thus, the local public administration authorities will send the completed PARTICIPATION FORM to the following addresses: Chisinau, MD-2005, Str. Iacob Hincu 10/1, IDIS "Viitorul" for the "Best Practices Programme" or programul.bunelepractici@gmail.com with the mention "Best Practices Programme".

In the national competition cannot participate best local practice projects that have been awarded in previous editions of the programme or project ideas that have not yet been implemented. Practices that have been successfully implemented before participating in the competition are also accepted.

For more information, please see (in Romanian) the Best Practices Programme Informative Prospectus, 2021 edition.

Best practices will be awarded at a National Award Ceremony to be held in December a.c and will be disseminated through an Anthology of Best Practices and the documentary “Together for performances in local governance”.

 

 

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Best practices of local authorities from Moldova in 2019 were awarded. Find out what winning projects are

 

The best practices implemented by Moldovan local authorities in 2017 and 2018 were awarded on December 18 at a national ceremony. The event was organized by IDIS "Viitorul", within the Best Practices Programme, which is implemented with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

"Best practices have a very clear purpose: to motivate and inspire communities to mobilize their own efforts to find solutions. Since 2005, we have been able to identify best practices through which important issues are resolved locally. We are sure that the good practices identified can be taken over, adjusted and implemented by other communities, thus contributing to the modernization and socio-economic development of the localities. Dozens of communities make us proud of what has been achieved so far, through what continues to develop. The achievements of the respective communities inspire us and make us hope for a more European, prosperous and beautiful country", said the executive director of IDIS" Viitorul", Liubomir Chiriac, at the opening of the National Award Ceremony of the best practices.

In turn, William Massolin, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Moldova mentioned: “You mayors are an inspiration, those who achieve true democracy, make the connection at the local level and promote the principles of daily democracy and that is why your work It is so important. I am pleased to see that so many good practices have been identified in the four sections of the competition, which concern transparency, involvement, cultural heritage and public services. It is extremely important not only to identify these good practices, but also to be recognized and shared, and the communities to benefit from these projects. This thing represents the key value of the Best Practices Programme”.

And Adrian Ermurachi, Deputy Secretary General of the Government, present at the event said: "The Best Practices Programme project is presented as a good practice in Strasbourg and even last week, I participating in an event at the Council of Europe and this project is presented as a good practice for other states and I congratulate the organizers for achieving such good results that are visible throughout the continent. The Government makes certain plans, but these things cannot be done without the support of the local authorities, who are daily with the citizens and with very limited resources manage to bring a better quality of life in the community”.

"The Best Practices Programme is the only program that highlights all those good practices of local public authorities, that work and the dedication of local authorities and for that, I bring all the gratitude of our partners. I would like to come here in a year to the ceremony to see here and the decidents of the country and to appreciate together how the local authorities, under the current conditions in the absence of local autonomy, we have these heroes from our communities that with limited possibilities manage to bring change. Congratulations and all the respect for the work you do”, said CALM President, Tatiana Badan.

For the current edition of the Best Practices Programme, 64 of the most innovative best practices, implemented by 41 local public authorities from Moldova, participated in the competition. The sections to which the local public administrations have submitted their best practices are 1. Transparency makes the difference! 2. Local involvement for urban revitalization; 3. Cultural heritage and authentic traditions; 4. Smart communities through efficient public services.

In the context of the national award ceremony, 11 certificates of participation, 11 mentions, 9 third-degree awards, eight second-degree awards and four first-degree awards and five special awards for the best practices implemented by local governments during 2017-2018 were offered. The winning authorities were awarded trophies, diplomas and surprises from the partners of the Best Practices Programme: the Council of Europe, CALM, the journal "Natura", the project "Migration and local development" (UNDP Moldova) and the program "Comunitatea mea" (USAID).

Thus, the following awards were offered:
Section: Transparency makes the difference!
1st prize - Strășeni Town Hall for promoting integrity at local level
2nd prize - Ghidighici Village Hall (Chisinau municipality) for Mayor's Hour on Facebook "From the first source"
III Prize - Cimișlia Town Hall for the spokesperson system

Section: Local involvement for urban revitalization
Special prize - Local Action Group "Plaiul Codrilor" from Strășeni district
First prize - Cantemir Town Hall for the modernization of the public park
2nd prize - Ciuciulea Village Gall from Glodeni district for the construction of safe sidewalks with a length of 1 km in the locality and Schineni Village Hall (Soroca district) for the creation of the Inclusive Community Center
3rd Prize - Anenii Noi Town Hall for lowering the expenses for carrying out the street lighting works and the the Ruseștii Noi commune from Ialoveni district for street lighting in Ruseștii Vechi village, which has 300 inhabitants

Section: Cultural heritage and authentic traditions
Special prize - Calarasi Rayon Council for the ethnographic film "Calarasi - a land at the Gate of Heaven"
1st prize - Ciorești Village Hall (Nisporeni rayon) for the tourist route “Dor de Codru”
2nd prize – Pelinia Village Hall (Drochia district) for the opening of the Zestrea handicraft center and Răuțel Town Hall (Falesti district) for the traditional craft center
3rd prize - Bravicea Town Hall (Calarasi rayon) for the "La Hramul căruțașilor" festival and Mihăileni Town Hall (Râșcani rayon) for the Carpet festival

Section: Smart communities through efficient public services
Big prize - Ungheni Town Hall for the project "Healthy way of life provided by a modern cross-border sports infrastructure"
Special awards: Chiriet-Lunga Village Hall (UTA Găgăuzia) for the extension of the aqueduct system and Copceac Village Hall (UTA Găgăuzia) for the social center for the eldery people from Taraclia and Ceadir-Lunga districts
First prize - Cimișlia Town Hall for the one-stop shop and GPS system
2nd prize - Copceac Town Hall (Stefan Voda district) for sanitation and extension of street lighting and Mihăileni Village Hall in Riscani district for food market construction and Semelet Village Hall (Cimișlia district) for agri-food market
3rd prize - Budești Town Hall (Chisinau municipality) for the accessibility of medical services, Cobîlea Village Hall in Soldanesti district for the project "Age-friendly community", Mănoilești Village Hall (Ungheni district) for integrating children with disabilities and the Obileni Village Hall (Hincesti district) for the energy efficiency at the local kindergarten and the modernization of the street lighting system

In the 2017-2018 edition of the Best Practices Programme 64 good practices implemented by 41 local public participated in the competition. Regarding the regions, from the Centre 37 good practices from 23 localities were submitted; in the North - 10 good practices from 10 communities and 17 best practices from 8 municipalities were submitted from the Southern region of the country.

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

For more details, contact Program Coordinator Ana - Maria Veverita at 0 22 221844 or ana.veverita@viitorul.org

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Communities with the best practices that will be awarded in December at the Award Ceremony were chosen

 

Best practices of local authorities in Moldova have been appointed on 21 November at the meeting of the Steering Group of the Best Practices Programme and will be awarded in December this year. During the meeting, members of the Steering Committee gave a note of best practices known in the documentation visits and have decided the winning practices.

Thus, 29 municipalities from 19 rayons and municipalities were visited in July-August by the project implementation team. To be noted that for the current edition of the Best Practices Programme 64 best practices from 41 local public authorities from Moldova were submitted. Sections to which local public authorities submitted their success stories are: 1. Transparency makes the difference! 2. Local involvement for urban revitalization; 3. Cultural heritage and authentic traditions; 4. Smart communities through efficient public services.

"The innovation, the local involvement, the efficiency demonstrated in time and the quality of the public services of the local public authorities that participated in the current competition of good practices deserve to become ​​known, recognized and applied values in all the communities of the Republic of Moldova. In response to the effort, dedication and involvement of local mayors and leaders, I am convinced that appreciation of the best initiatives constitutes an important motivation for the people who bring change in their communities", said Ana - Maria Veverița, Programme Coordinator.

As a result of the competition, the best practice models of local public administration in Moldova were identified and disseminated, promoting the remarkable results of the communities that deserve to be known at the national and international level. In this sense we can mention the spokesman system in the city of Cimișlia, the modernization of the public park in Cantemir, the inclusive community center in the village of Schineni, the tourist route "Dor de Codru", the traditional craft center in the Răuțel village or the regional agri-food market in Selemet.

"In selecting the best practices, we considered the innovative aspect, the sustainability of these initiatives and the possibility of being replicated in other communities with a limited budget. And another criterion that deserves to be considered is the ability to keep the inhabitants in the rural localities and their motivation to be actively involved in the local development ”, said Diana Chiriac, principal consultant, the Public Administration Division of the State Chancellery and member of the Steering Group.

"I am happy that I was able to visit the communities that have shown best practices this year and I am glad that my mayoral colleagues are doing beautiful things and useful to the community", added Valeriu Musteață, the mayor of the village of Săiți and the member of the Steering Group.

In his turn, Eduard Ungureanu, expert in the "My Community" program, stressed the importance of involving citizens in the life of the community and appreciated the authorities' interest in this: "This year's best practices corresponded to the competition areas. The interest towards the support given to citizens by the local public administration, which is a much more obvious one in the coming year. The involvement of citizens in the local public administration is also increasing. I wish good luck to all mayors in what they do and support from the citizens because they are the ones who promote both the localities and the interests of inhabitants".

The Steering Group of the Best Practices Programme monitors and evaluates the implementation of the Best Practices Program, oversees the evaluation and selection of best practices of local government.

Best practices will be awarded at the National Award Ceremony, to be held on 18 December.

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

For more details, contact Program Coordinator Ana - Maria Veverita at 0 22 221844 or programul.bunelepractici@gmail.com

 

 

 

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Nine communities in Moldova will open their doors to share best practices

 

Communities with best practices will organize Open Doors Day in their localities from 27 October to 15 November. Thus, representatives of local authorities in nine municipalities will share their successful experiences with other mayors and the general public.

The events take place with the financial support of the Council of Europe and the logistics of the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul". Thus, the Open Doors Day itinerary will include the following destinations:

Sunday, October 27th
Traditional crafts center, Răuțel village, Fălești rayon
Authentic traditions in Răuțel

Wednesday, October 30th
The center of crafts and making of traditional costumes - "Zestrea", Pelinia village, Drochia rayon
Craft Center – pride of Pelinia

Friday, November 1st
Ciuciulea Village Hall, Glodeni rayon
Safe sidewalks in Ciuciulea

Wednesday, November 6th
Cimișlia Town Hall
Transparency and public services closer to the citizens of Cimișlia

Friday, November 8th
Ciorești Village Hall, Nisporeni rayon
"I miss Codru"

Friday, November 8th
Slobozia Mare Village Hall, Cahul rayon
Traditional ornaments - the business card of the village Slobozia Mare

Tuesday, November 12th
Mănoilești Town Hall, Ungheni rayon
Local involvement for an inclusive community in Mănoilești

Thursday, November 14th
The social center "Quiet old age", Copceac village, Gagauzia
A new life for the lonely old people of Gagauzia

Friday, November 15th
The "Steluța" kindergarten in the village of Mateuți, Rezina rayon
Quality education - a priority for the Mateuți community

More details can be found in the promotional flyer (available only in Romanian): "Open Doors Day: Exchange of experiences and best practices"

At the Open Doors Days, representatives of local authorities, NGOs and the media are invited. IDIS "Viitorul" will ensure the transport of the participants. To travel from Chisinau to the mentioned localities, please contact the Programme Coordinator, Ana-Maria Veverita at 022 22 18 44 or by e-mail at programul.bunelerpractici@gmail.com

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe since 2005. The Programme aims at identifying, promoting and disseminating good practices among local public authorities in the Republic of Moldova, thus contributing to the efficiency of local governance.

 

 

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VIDEO//Documentary:"Together for performances in local governance 2018"

 

The documentary  "Together for performances in local governance" is part of the Best Practices Programme and presents 37 best practices implemented by 26 local communities between 2016-2017.

Sections to which local public authorities submitted their initiatives are 1. Active citizenship for good transparent governance; 2. Local development through community involvement; 3. Cultural - historical heritage, the business card of your locality; 4. Quality public services closer to citizens. The aim of this program is to identify and disseminate innovative and efficient initiatives from the local public administration in the Republic of Moldova and to make known the experience and outstanding results of the local public authorities and institutions in the country.

At the 2016-2017 edition of the Best Practices Programme, 61 good practices from 37 local public authorities participated in the competition. As the distribution of best practices on regions, the Central region remains the most active. Therefore, from the Centre 39 good practices from 23 localities were submitted; in the North - 13 good practices from 7 communities and Soroca Rayon Council and 8 best practices from 6 municipalities were submitted from the Southern region of the country. 

The Best Practices Programme of Local Authorities in Moldova is implemented by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", with the financial support of the Council of Europe. 

For more details, contact Program Coordinator Ana - Maria Veverita at 0 22 221844 or ana.veverita@viitorul.org

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