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European Union celebrates 2015 as the European Year for Development (EYD2015). Using the motto “our world, our dignity, our future”, EYD2015 aims at informing EU’s citizens on the development cooperation of the EU and Member States, to encourage direct involvement, critical thinking and active interest of citizens and other stakeholders in Europe towards development cooperation as well as raise awareness towards the advantages of development cooperation not only for the beneficiaries of development assistance but also for EU’s citizens.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) coordinate and implement a National Work Plan for EYD2015. The plan includes several events which aim at raising awareness among various audiences such as youth, media, students, civils society and the academia on development issues. By efficiently communicating the difficulties and achievements of people in developing countries, the Work Plan contributes towards raising the awareness and knowledge on development and international cooperation of Romanian citizens and their involvement in supporting global development.

The final narrative report of the EYD2015 National Work Plan is available here.

See our success stories from 2015. 

Togetherness – the Beginning of the Journey from Forsaken to Hopeful

 “Living in the institution was not ok at all. We all took bath in the same water. We all dressed up in same clothes. I remember that when I arrived there I had no lice, but after living a while in that environment my head was full of them. ”


The Rehabilitation of Kindergartens in the Republic of Moldova

On the grounds of political and economical instability, the communities in Moldova’s villages count on foreign funds to successfully implement their projects. About the impact of such a grant, given by the Romanian government to help rehabilitate more than half of Moldova’s kindergartens


A Visit to the Hospital

31 years after it opened its gates, the Mother and Child Institute from Chișinău has finally received important donations for restoration. Hence, the main entrance and two floors do now completely fulfil medical standards.


Rebuilding a Village in the South of Georgia

350,000 people were forced to leave their homes and start a new life in other parts of Georgia after the war in Abkhazia and South Ossetia in 2008. This is the story of three refugee women, brought together by their desire to rebuild the community of the village Tsintskaro; a village almost abandoned in the south of Georgia.



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