The Project Coordinator, Mr. Djavid Paknehad, and Employment Counsellor, Ms. Ecaterina Silvestru, of the Charity Centre for Refugees in Moldova paid a home visit today, 10 September, to refugee families that are living in social apartments in Razeni village, Ialoveni district.

The visit aimed at identifying the challenges that the families face with during pandemic, including the process of online education and its impact on children performance and any other struggles that impede their full community integration.

The two visited families shared with their daily life routine and the problems that  the pandemic brought with it. Both families were consulted and encouraged to continue their efforts towards ensuring their well-being in the rural area.

Text: Doina Craciun, project assistant

Previous Food packages provided by Municipality for vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees for September

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