Public procurement system has no competitiveness and transparency The national public procurement system in Moldova is facing a number of issues related to both the low level of transparency and competitive on procurement market, and a low level of compliance with the legal and institutional framework. These are the conclusions of the monitoring report of public procurement "Weaknesses identified and policy recommendations", signed by IDIS experts Diana Enachi and Viorel Chivriga.
"One of the biggest problems of the national procurement system is poor and ineffective planning, and, especially, non-transparent 02.09.2016 277
Villages from Leova rayon, champions at promoting a healthy lifestyle In these localities in Moldova you can see diligently, projects implemented and institutions modernized. It’s about Filipeni and Sarata Noua villages from Leova rayon, where the entire community was united to change the image of municipalities and create better conditions for young generations. 24.08.2016 154
Local economic development, a sustainable investment for Larga and Edinet Edinet town and Larga village from Briceni rayon invested in economic development projects to give residents a better future. In these localities, public services for the marketing of regional agricultural production have been improved, created and connected to the infrastructure the first greenfield industrial park in Moldova, the social taxi launched and the sanitation service modernized. 19.08.2016 151
MACHINE INDUSTRY WORKSHOP The second workshop of the „Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the Eastern Partnership countries”, sponsored by the International Visegrad Fund is to be held on 17th September in Chisinau. The workshop is organized by the IDIS Viitorul, Moldova and the 15.09.2015
Regional Networking Event: Civil Society Facility Projects Will Meet In Moldova Around 200 civil society representatives will meet in Chisinau this summer for a Regional Networking Event titled: How we empower civil society? Obstacles, Opportunities, Impact.
During the two days on 22-23 of June the beneficiaries from the Civil Society Facility both from the Eastern Partnership countries and EU will have the opportunity to share their experiences, meet new partners and discuss best practices and lessons learnt in various fields of EU-funded projects.
The meeting will take place in an open space format, 08.06.2015