On 10 September 2020, the Charity Centre for Refugees, partner of the UNHCR and Bureau for Migration and Asylum, participated at the invitation of the Mayoralty of Razeni village, Ialoveni district, at the public debates entitled ”Safety of pupils and other pedestrians on the public roads of the village”.

Refugee and mixed family children are attending school and kindergarten on a regular basis and CCR is grateful for the teachers and educators for their good attitude and support provided to them.

The event was opened by the local authorities and the Head of the European Union Delegation to the Republic of Moldova, Mr. Peter Michalko. The CCR director, Mr. Djavid Paknehad, shared with participants the contribution of the organisation to secure the public spaces of the village and increase the community coehesion with the support of the United Arab Embassy in Kyiv and UNHCR.

The Charity Centre for Refugee has a long-lasting collaboration with the Mayoralty of Razeni village, headed by Mr. Ion Cretu, in the framework of refugee integration program that provided the opportunity for vulnerable refugee family with children to live in social apartments in the community. Our organisation highly appreciates such relations and express its gratitude to Mr. Ion Cretu, for supporting refugee integration in rural areas.

Text: Doina Craciun, project assistant


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