EU4Moldova organises study visits to EU for entrepreneurs and officials from Cahul and Ungheni
October 31, 2022

EU4Moldova organises study visits to EU for entrepreneurs and officials from Cahul and Ungheni

This October, entrepreneurs and representatives of local public authorities from Cahul and Ungheni went on several study visits  within the ‘EU4Moldova: Focal Regions’ Programme, funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP and UNICEF Moldova.

Thus, on 18-19 October, members of the EU-financed local clusters participated in a regional Sustainability Forum in Iasi, Romania. The event was aimed at improving intersectoral cooperation between the regions of South-Eastern Europe to strengthen the existing ecosystems and launch a knowledge hub to overcome the specific challenges faced by some regions.

Between October 17 and 23, representatives of local authorities and public service providers from Ungheni were on a study visit to the municipality of Bistrita, Romania. They learned how to improve access to local public services and facilities and visited the local Integrated Waste Management Centre (SMID) and wastewater treatment plant to learn about best practices in waste management and drinking water treatment.

A group of entrepreneurs and local government representatives from Cahul and Unghen travelled to Estonia from October 23 to 28 to learn about best practices in corporate social responsibility. They also learned how to launch successful public-private partnership projects.

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