Moldova

9 July 2010

Eastern Europe hit by floods

Large swathes of Eastern Europe, including regions within Ukraine, Romania and Moldova, have been hit by heavy floods, plunging rural communities into vulnerability.
24 September 2008

Moldova’s journey from drought to flooding

The dark Moldovan earth may be cracked on the surface, but below the sunbeaten soil it’s still spongy and sodden.
31 July 2008

Worst flooding in decades devastates Central and Eastern Europe

At least 27 people have died in Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary, following days of severe storms and flooding.
Moldova – Red Cross calls for sustained support to help the impoverished population facing malnutrition
5 June 2008

Moldova – Red Cross calls for sustained support to help the impoverished population facing malnutrition

The Moldova Red Cross has just completed the distribution of food parcels to some 7,500 of the most impoverished families in isolated rural settlements in Moldova.
Moldova: a 21st century European story of drought and poverty
4 March 2008

Moldova: a 21st century European story of drought and poverty

Officials in the tiny republic of Moldova are warning of another serious drought - the fourth in five years - as the Moldova Red Cross, with support from the International Federation, prepares to distribute food parcels to 6,700 families badly affected by
25 May 2005

Moldova suffers disaster by depopulation

For Larysa Byrka, president of the Moldovan Red Cross, her country “can surely be described as a demographic disaster.
Moldova Red Cross helps teenagers accept new realities
20 January 2005

Moldova Red Cross helps teenagers accept new realities

The Red Cross in the former Soviet state of Moldova is helping teenagers in the tiny, isolated country to come to terms with new realities.

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