How can you solve the waste problem in rural areas? The project “Development of waste manage service in the villages Râșcova, Miclești, Stețcani and Peresecina” decided to give an answer to this question through the improvement of waste collection in Râșcova village, as well as through the sharing of practical experience with other interested communities. Moreover, the project ensureds the continuity of Dmitrii Mikitenko’s initiative: in 2018, together with a small group of volunteers, he started to clean Râșcova village of unauthorized landfills and created platforms for separate waste collection.
The problem of waste cannot be solved only through cleanups or installation of garbage bins. Thus, this project had three objectives:
How to interact with your community regarding waste – a discussion with Nicoleta Stavilă, a young activist from Hârtopul Mare village (Criuleni) and volunteer at the #FărăDeșeuri initiative
How do you work with local authorities? Why don’t we have a waste management system? What are the prices for waste management services? – a discussion with Eugen Camenscic, national expert in energetical efficiency and civic activist
How to inform people about environmental protection and waste management – a discussion with Lilia Curchi, chief editor at “Nature” journal
Project coordinator: Nataliia Oleatovschi
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Public Association “EcoVisio” is the beneficiary of the Local Grants Program of the European Union (EU) and implements the project “Development of the waste management service in the villages of Râșcova, Miclești, Stețcani and Peresecina”.
The Local Grants Program is launched based on the Single Support Framework of the European Union (EU), granted for the Republic of Moldova (2017-2020) under the European Neighborhood Instrument, through the project "Empowering Citizens in the Republic of Moldova" (2019-2021) , funded by the European Union and implemented by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ Moldova). In the Center Development Region, the project implementation partners are the Association for Efficient and Responsible Governance AGER and AO "Habitat"