Strenghtening efforts of the Razeni public authorities for local development
CCR implemented a social project in Razeni village, Ialoveni district, where a few refugees are living in a social house. Local public authority displayed a video surveillance system in the village, cameras were fitted near high school, kindergarten, mayoralty headquarters and other public spaces. Locals became aware of the monitoring and feel safer in the community, especially during nights. From the funds of the project was installed a hydrophore and a water tank in the kindergarten to supply the second floor with qualitative water. It helped workers to keep clean the spaces, dishes and to provide clean water for children. Finally, were procured and installed lightening objects for the Greek-Roman fights gym and CCR provided the equipment necessary for trainings.
Assistance for education institutions in Mereni village
The local primary and high schools from Mereni village, Anenii Noi district, received two video projectors, screens and balls for football, basketball and volleyball in the framework of the project. CCR has a long-lasting collaboration with the public authorities of the village in which are living a few families of refugees in social apartments. The project strengthened the good relations between the partners and enabled teachers with modern tools for teaching.
Integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Moldova through football (2019-2020)
The project was implemented in collaboration with the Football Association in Moldova and it aimed at promoting football amongst refugees while increasing community cohesion. Football and other related activities that were organised united refugees and locals, encouraged them to strengthen the community-building and resilience. In the framework of the project, CCR organized football events and matches and built a mini football pitch at the Temporary Accommodation Centre for asylum-seekers. The project encouraged excellence in football for adult and children refugee that were interested in football and coach courses. To experience the world of football children accompanied players on the arena during two matches of national teams. Education had a specific attention within the project. CCR provided school supplies and football clothes for children and covered the tuition fee for higher education for refugee students.