Moldova

AMICUL – Child Friendly Service for Abused Children

Organization: National Center for Child Abuse Prevention (NCCAP)
Project: AMICUL – Child Friendly Service for Abused Children
Location: Chisinau, Moldova
Target group: Children who are victims of abuse

The NCCAP trains social workers, teachers, psychologists, physicians, the police, judges and prosecutors on subjects related to child abuse and its prevention. The NCCAP has operated the AMICUL Center, which provides treatment, social assistance, and legal and medical advice to children and families.

Read more: www.cnpac.org.md

Contact person at Childhood:
Åsa Wikström
asa.wikstrom(a)childhood.org

 

Alternative Family-Based Care in Moldova

Organization: Partnership for Every Child Moldova
Project: Alternative Family-Based Care in Moldova
Location: Moldova
Target group: Children in alternative care

P4EC is an organization that works with children who are either at risk of being, or who have already been, placed in a foster family/institution. P4EC has different types of operations in Moldova, including shelters for mothers and babies who, for various reasons, need support from personnel for a period of their lives to prevent the child from being placed in care.The project aims to implement a parenting support program in Moldova with the goal of providing parents with better foundation for bonding with their children and providing them with emotional security, well-being and developmental support. The target group is children aged 0-5 who risk abandonment or being placed in care after birth and in their first few years of life.

Read more: www.p4ec.md

Contact person at Childhood:
Åsa Wikström
asa.wikstrom(a)childhood.org

Smile Support for Migrants’ Children

Organization: DCCCE
Project: Alternative Family-Based Care in Moldova
Location: Moldova
Target group: All children

The aim of the Alternative Family-Based Care in Moldova is to open an activity center with recreational activities to give the children a chance to have a safe place to be after school, where they can also receive help and support. The idea is that the children will learn about children’s rights, become motivated to continue studying, and have their identity and self-confidence boosted in order to reduce some of the risk factors for abuse and strengthen the children’s resistance

Contact person at Childhood:
Åsa Wikström
asa.wikstrom(a)childhood.org