Moldova

For many the future in Moldova looks hopeless.

One in three people have moved overseas for work

Corruption remains widespread, jobs are scarce, and poverty is concentrated in rural areas, where many people lack adequate sanitation and other basic amenities.

As a result of migration, more than half of children grow up without the care of their mother or father at some point. Alcoholism and domestic violence are frequent problems, and three-quarters of children have experienced domestic violence.

We work in towns and villages in southern Moldova, supporting vulnerable children both in their communities and in institutions. We help them to know they are loved and give them educational support. We also run a women’s ministry serving those affected by domestic violence, and we work with families, helping them to break out of poverty and access training and employment. In Chisinau, we reach out to homeless people with hot food, warm clothing and friendship.

Sponsor a family in Moldova

100 students in Moldova received a tertiary scholarship 

510 families are sponsored

1,000 children went to summer camp

 

Hello from Tudor

Field country manager Tudor Lungu tell us, "There has been political and economic uncertainty and turmoil in Moldova, and people are tired of the seemingly hopeless trend of a lack of jobs, expensive living costs and the never ceasing experience of poverty. Young people stop having dreams for tomorrow and they are fleeing the country in great numbers. Rural regions are most affected by all these factors.

"Our biggest joy is the opportunity to connect those who feel hopeless to the Source of hope, love, joy, peace and life – Jesus Christ – and to share with them Christ's love in action.

"We at Mission Without Borders in Moldova find ourselves filled with hope and good expectations, praying that the Mission will continue to be a blessing and a guiding light to the living Christ for many more people in the years to come. Please pray that our ministry would be relevant and effective for our beneficiaries."

 

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