The initiative will support paralegal services by training more than 80 professionals who will strengthen their knowledge to assist refugees and asylum seekers.


Mobile teams of social workers, psychologists and lawyers will be established in Kaushan and Edinet districts. They will provide a link between refugees, host communities, local authorities and at the same time offer legal, psychological and social services.

At the same time, the specialists will facilitate their employment and professional re-training.

The project will provide through Ukrainian translation access to legal information and support services for refugees through a platform launched by the government.


A reminder that an information portal has been created to help refugees from Ukraine in Moldova