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Eurasia Foundation, Moldova

Introduction to the Partner

The Eurasia Foundation is a privately managed non-profit organization supported by the United States Agency for International Development and other public and private donors. Since 1992, the Eurasia Foundation has invested nearly $360 million through more than 8,400 grants and technical assistance programs in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

The Eurasia Foundation opened the Moldova Representative Office in November 1997.

The Eurasia Foundation Moldova Representative Office works to promote democracy and the growth of a market economy in Moldova. Its main goals are to support the development of civic organizations, mass-media, local government reform, public administration, and businesses.

Current priorities are: citizen oversight of government and key government reform policies, European integration, fighting corruption, working for free and fair elections and supporting corporate social responsibility and social actions. In all of its programs, the Eurasia Foundation seeks to strengthen cooperation between civil society organizations and Moldovan government.

The Eurasia Foundation awards grants and directly implements technical assistance programs in targeted sectors.

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Eurasia Foundation, Moldova

Partner Type

Core Partners

Contact Details

98, 31 August 1989 str.
3rd floor

Tel: + (373-22) 23 53 43

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