Moldova: EU helps over 32,500 households survive the energy crisis
March 29, 2022

Moldova: EU helps over 32,500 households survive the energy crisis

More than 32,500 vulnerable households in Moldova have received one-off financial support from the European Union to help them through the energy crisis, announced the EU-supported Czech non-governmental organisation ‘People in Need’.

The support was provided by the NGO as part of the EU-funded project, ‘Supporting together the vulnerable population affected by the energy crisis’. 

With this financial support, lonely elderly people, people with disabilities and families with many children will find it easier to overcome the difficulties brought by the energy crisis,” says People in Need.

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