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Decision Number_____________

From________________________

On the approval of the Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy of the Republic of Moldova for 2008 – 2011

With a view to implement Article 2 of the Law No. 295-XVI from 21 December 2007 on approval of the National Development Strategy of the Republic of Moldova for 2008 – 2011, the Government

DECIDES:

1. To establish the Interministerial Committee for the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and updating of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011.

The Committee shall review progress and evaluation reports, shall take decisions on policy correction, and shall adopt the Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011 for next years. The Committee shall operate under the regulations approved by it at the first meeting after the approval of the present decision.

2. To establish that, upon the discharge of the members of the Interministerial Committee, their duties within the Committee shall exercised by the persons newly assigned to their positions.

3. To approve:

The nominal composition of the Interministerial Committee for the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and updating of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011, according to Annex No. 1.

The Action Plan 2008-2011 for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011, according to Annex No. 2.

The mechanism of monitoring, evaluation and updating of the Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011, according to Annex no. 3.

4. Specialized central public administration bodies shall ensure the implementation of the Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011, the semi-annual submission of progress reports, as well as of annual evaluation reports and proposals for updating the Action Plan, in line with the activities provided for in Annex No. 3 of the present Decision. In the process of submitting proposals for the updating of the Action Plan, the specialized central public administration bodies will ensure their correlation with the available resource framework provided in the MTEF for the respective period.

5. The specific allocation of resources for the above-mentioned Action Plan shall be approved through the Medium Term Expenditure Framework and the budgetary process, with the exception of cases when financial means are allocated through technical assistance.

6. The financial means necessary for the implementation of actions under priority No. 2 “Settlement of the Transnistrian Conflict and Reintegration of the Country” shall be provided from internal and external sources for projects agreed upon with the representatives of the Transnistrian region, as well as with the international community of donors.

7. Ministry of Economy and Trade, in cooperation with the Policy Analysis Coordination Unit within the Government Apparatus and with the Ministry of Finance, shall provide the necessary methodological assistance to specialized central public administration bodies, and shall provide directions and instructions regarding the approach to monitoring, evaluation and updating of the Action Plan.

8. In the process of elaborating new sectorial and inter-sectorial strategies, the specialized public administration bodies shall ensure the correlation of the provisions of such strategies with the objectives and priorities of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011.

9. The Ministry of Local Public Administration, jointly with the Ministry of Economy and Trade, shall ensure the participation of local public administration authorities of both level in the process of implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011.

10. The Participation Council shall facilitation the participation of civil society in the process of monitoring, evaluation, and updating of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011. With a view to improve the dialogue with all interested parties, specialized central public administration bodies shall consolidate sectorial partnerships including by nominating a person responsible for participation issues within the directions for policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation.

11. Control over the execution of the Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011 shall be assigned to the Ministry of Economy and Trade.

12. The Government Decision no.1495 of 28 December 2006 „On the process of development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the National Development Plan for 2008-2011” (Official Monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2006, No. 203-206, Art. 1595) shall be abrogated.

Prime MinisterVASILE TARLEV
Countersigned:
First Deputy Prime MinisterZinaida Greceanîi
Minister of Economy and TradeIgor Dodon
Minister of FinanceMihail Pop
Minister of Local Public AdministrationValentin Guznac
Authorized by:
Head of Government ApparatusNicolae Gumenîi
Approved during the meeting of the Government from February 6, 2008.
Annex No.1

to the Government Decision

no.________from___________2008

NOMINAL COMPOSITION Of the Interministerial Committee for the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and updating of the National Development Strategy

Greceanîi ZinaidaFirst Deputy Prime Minister, Chairperson of the Committee
Dodon IgorMinister of Economy and Trade, Deputy Chairperson of the Committee
Members of the Committee:
Stratan AndreiDeputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Pop MihailMinister of Finance
Guznac ValentinMinister of Local Public Administration
Antosii VladimirMinister of Industry and Infrastructure
Gorodenco AnatolieMinister of Agriculture and Food Industry
Ursu VasileMinister of Transport and Road Management
Mihailescu ConstantinMinister of Ecology and Natural Resources
Ţvircun VictorMinister of Education and Youth
Ababii IonMinister of Health
Balmoş GalinaMinister of Social Protection, Family and Child
Pîrlog VitalieMinister of Justice
Molojen VladimirMinister of Informational Development
Papuc GheorgheMinister of Internal Affairs
Şova VasileMinister of Reintegration
Iordan VeaceslavDirector General of Agency «Apele Moldovei»
Valcov VitalieDirector of the National Bureau of Statistics
Baldovici VladimirDirector General of the Agency for Construction and Territory Development
Furculiţă FeodosiaDirector General of the Customs Service
Baban SergiuDirector General of the Service for Standardization and Metrology
Colenov IgorDirector General of the Borderguards Service
Duca GheorghePresident of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Annex No.2

to the Government Decision

no.______from______2008

Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011

Introduction

The Action Plan for 2008-2011 represents the technical tool for implementing the priorities and objectives of the Strategy. The Plan is composed of actions that represent major initiatives aimed at contributing to the accomplishment of one or a number of programs and measures included in the Strategy. In turn, the actions are disaggregated into sub-actions, which define specific activities to be implemented in phases.

The Action Plan is presented in two tables. The first table contains the description of actions and sub-actions, the estimated cost for the entire period, the timeframe for implementation, institutions responsible for implementation, expected results, and progress or process indicators. Actions are structured by topics, in line with the prerequisites and priorities outlined in the structure of Strategy.

The second table reflects the estimated costs for every action by year, differentiating between costs included in the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), costs to be funded from technical assistance sources (labeled ‘Technical Assistance’) and costs for which no source of funding has been identified (labeled ‘Gap’). Accomplishing the actions whose indicative costs have not been funded will require subsequent work to refine cost estimates and identify potential sources of funding, including reallocation from other programs within the MTEF and donor funding.

As a rule, the Action Plan sets out one or more performance indicators for actions and one or more process indicators for sub-actions. Process indicators will measure the progress of implementation while performance indicators will identify whether and to what extent the actions contribute to the accomplishment of objectives.

The Action Plan is a continuous planning tool. The Plan will be reviewed and updated on a yearly basis, in coordination with the MTEF and the budgetary process. The review will be done based on progress in the accomplishment of priorities of the National Development Strategy and analyses of changes in the situation, trends and factors that influence the achievement of the National Development Strategy goals. The process of updating the Plan will include the possibility of enhancing certain actions; eliminating actions that have been completed or that are not well designed or effective; refining cost estimates and making them more concrete, and, if necessary, supplementing the Action Plan with new initiatives. For the MTEF 2009-2011, the process of updating the Action Plan will be informed by the estimated resource framework, and new actions will only be added at the direction of the Interministerial Committee for the implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and updating of the National Development Strategy 2008-2011.

Table No. 1.Action Plan for the implementation of the National Development Strategy for 2008-2011
No.Description of action/sub-actionTotal cost

of action (thou. MDL)
TimeframeResponsible authorityExpected resultPerformance/process indicator
PREREQUISITE 1: ENSURING MACROECONOMIC STABILITY
1.Ensure and maintain price stabilityongoingNational Bank of MoldovaKeep inflation rate under 10 percentInflation rate
2.Maintain banking system stability by improving further the banking regulations and oversightongoingNational Bank of MoldovaCapacity of banks to cover up their risks with own equity is strengthenedShare of unfavorable loans in the bank’s assets
3.Maintain a floating currency exchange system and set the official exchange rate of Moldovan Leu (MDL) to the US dollar (USD) based upon exchange rates prevailing on the currency marketsongoingNational Bank of MoldovaExchange rate of MDL is set based on the exchange rates prevailing on foreign currency marketsExchange rate of Moldovan Leu
4.Promote fiscal administration reforms131 069,802008 - 2011Ministry of FinanceReform is implementedReform’s objectives are accomplished
4.1.Strengthen both functionally and structurally the Fiscal Service, provide with functional infrastructure and design a modern and efficient performance evaluation system in all areas of work of the Service2008-2011Ministry of FinanceStructure of Fiscal Service is streamlined. A performance evaluation system is designedThe performance evaluation system is implemented. Indicators of the evaluation system.
4.2.Train and retrain the staff on an ongoing basis, set up a Training Center for fiscal servants and design a performance evaluation system and incentive tools for the personnel2008-2011Ministry of FinanceThe training center is up and running. Performance evaluation and motivation systems are developedThe level of public trust in the personnel of the Fiscal Service. Number of people trained. Evaluation and motivation system is implemented
4.3.Simplify fiscal procedures and adjust those to a computer-based system and broaden the range of rendered services2008-2011Ministry of FinanceDecreasing time spent to comply with one's fiscal obligations. Wider range of rendered services.Time to comply with one's fiscal obligations. Number of new services rendered
4.4.Upgrade the financial procedures within fiscal administration, fiscal control, coercive investigation and dispute, and litigation settlement2008-2011Ministry of FinanceReduced time-commitment and simplified fiscal proceduresNumber of new internal procedures introduced. Time used to carry out a control
4.5.Develop information technologies in the activity of the Fiscal Service2008-2011Ministry of FinanceAutomated fiscal procedures. Electronic data exchange system is implementedDegree to which the fiscal procedures are automated. Share of electronic interactions
5.Improve public finance management system226 948,002008 - 2011Ministry of Finance, public administration authoritiesA program to improve public financial management system is implementedProgram objectives are accomplished
5.1.Upgrade budget classifier and design a single chart of accounts in the public sector that would be compatible with the IMF's GFS standard (State Finance Statistics) 20012008-2011Ministry of FinanceBudget classifier is upgraded and a single plan of accounts is developedNational budget executed based upon budget classifier for all State costs and revenues revised based on GFS 2001 and the new Chart of Accounts.
5.2.Implement an integrated Financial Management Information System2008-2011Ministry of FinanceAn integrated Financial Management Information System is developedAn integrated Financial Management Information System is operational.
5.3.Set up and implement within the public sector a system for internal control and internal audit in line with the European Union's Public Internal Financial Control (PIFC) model and compliant with International Standards in Professional Practice of Internal Audit (ISPPIA)2008-2011Ministry of FinanceLegal and normative frameworks for internal audit and control in public service are developed. The system of internal audit is scaled up to the level of public administration authorities.A function for internal control and internal audit in public service is institutionalized. Create pilot-unites in at least 3 central public administration authorities. Number of internal auditors trained and certified.
5.4.Carry out training courses to build capacity in management, strategic planning, medium-term budget planning, macroeconomic forecasts, accounting, designing of program costs etc.2008 - 2010Public administration authorities, Ministry of Finance18 training modules relevant to public finance are developed, including training materials are issued out and trainers are trained and certified at the Public Administration Academy under the auspices of the President of the Republic of MoldovaAt least 1,300 public servants are trained according to the new modules.
6.Carry out reforms in accounting and audit in line with international norms10 000,002008 - 2011Ministry of FinanceFinancial statements and audit reports of entities are improved as well as audit services are improvedQualitative financial reports and audit services
6.1.Bring accounting in line with recently approved national legislation provisions, requirements of EU Directives and norms accepted in international practice2008-2011Ministry of FinanceA normative framework is developed and amended in line with international requirementsNormative framework is implemented
6.2.Bring audit activities in line with recently approved legislation and norms accepted in international practice2008 - 2010Ministry of FinanceA normative framework is developed and amended in line with international requirementsNormative framework is implemented
7.Create and implement the informational automated system of electronic public procurement15 000,002008-2011Agency for Material Reserves, Public Procurement and Humanitarian AssistanceIncreased transparency and efficiency of public procurement procedures through electronic meansRatio of public procurement procedures carried out by electronic means
7.1.Elaborate and adopt the necessary normative framework for regulating electronic public procurement process2008-2011Agency for Material Reserves, Public Procurement and Humanitarian AssistanceNormative framework adjusted in accordance with EU principles and good practicesNormative framework is adopted
7.2.Launch a pilot project to implement the automated informational system for public procurement2008Agency for Material Reserves, Public Procurement and Humanitarian AssistanceLaunch electronic procurement processes in one public administration authorityThe results of the pilot project contain recommendations on scaling up the automated informational system of electronic public procurement
PREREQUISITE 2: CONSOLIDATING THE CAPACITY OF LOCAL AND CENTRAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
8.Separate the role of policy development and that of policy implementation within central public administration22 167,802008 - 2010Policy Analysis Coordination UnitRoles of policy development and policy implementation are separatedNumber of central public administration authorities reorganized
8.1.Finalize and adopt the Law on Central Public Administration and draft auxiliary legislation2008Policy Analysis Coordination UnitThe legislative and normative frameworks are developedLegislative and normative frameworks are adopted
8.2.Design and approve medium-term strategic development plans for ministries2008Policy Analysis Coordination Unit, Central Public Administration AuthoritiesPlans are developedPlans are adopted
8.3.Carry out institutional and functional reorganization as per the strategic development plans2008 - 2009Policy Analysis Coordination Unit, Central Public Administration AuthoritiesImplement development plansNumber of central public administration authorities reorganized
9.Improve decision-making, strengthen policy review and monitoring and evaluation, and streamline the reporting process5 313,002008 - 2011Policy Analysis Coordination UnitBetter quality of policy documentsNumber of policy documents developed according to new methodological materials
9.1.Ensure the functioning of the policy analysis coordination unit within the Government Apparatus, including by training of its staff2008Policy Analysis Coordination UnitCapacity of the policy analysis coordination unit is consolidatedPolicy Analysis Coordination Unit is operational
9.2.Develop guiding and training materials in decision-making for public servants2008 - 2009Policy Analysis

Coordination Unit
Teaching and training materials are developedTeaching and training materials are approved
9.3.Set up, where the case, policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation directions in the remaining central public administration authorities2008Policy Analysis Coordination UnitPolicy analysis, monitoring and evaluation directions are set up in most central public administration authoritiesNumber of authorities that created policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation directions
9.4.Streamline existing monitoring and reporting systems2008 - 2009Policy Analysis Coordination UnitStandard for reporting are developedNumber of reports prepared according to reporting standards
10.Consolidate a body of motivated and professional public servants35 301,602008 - 2011Policy Analysis Coordination UnitA professional body of public servants
10.1.Approve the draft law on public service and the status of public servants and draft auxiliary normative acts2008Policy Analysis Coordination UnitLegal and normative framework is developedLegal and normative framework is adopted
10.2.Set up a unit with central-level attributions in public service (eventually, within the Government Apparatus)2008Policy Analysis Coordination UnitUnit is createdUnit is operational
10.3.Design a new system to classify and rank public functions2008Policy Analysis Coordination UnitSystem is developedImplementation of system is initiated
10.4.Design a new system of payments for servants operating in the public domain and public servants based upon the new classifier2008Ministry of Economy and TradeSystem is developedImplementation of new system is initiated
10.5.Implement the Register of Public Services and Public Servants2008 - 2009Policy Analysis Coordination UnitRegister is developedRegister is implemented
10.6.In-service training of public servants2008-2011Policy Analysis Coordination UnitTraining sessions are conductedNumber of public servants trained
11.Equip Local Public Authorities with electronic equipment and integrate them into the national information system12 000,002008 - 2009Ministry of Local Public AdministrationInformation system is developed for local public authoritiesInformation system is operational
11.1Conduct a study to assess the need to provide mayor's offices with equipment2008Ministry of Local Public AdministrationStudy is conductedNeeds in equipment are assessed
12.Reform the local public funds system48 637,402009 - 2011Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Local Public AdministrationReform is implementedReform objectives are accomplished
12.1.Bring the legal framework and normative acts in line with the Law on local public funds (new edition)2009-2011Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Local Public AdministrationLegal and normative framework is developedLegal and normative framework is implemented
12.2.Establish a Ministry of Finance deconcentrated service in the regions2010Ministry of FinanceDeconcentrated service established in the regionsDeconcentrated service is operational
12.3.Adjust existing information system to the changes introduced in the local public funds system2009 - 2010Ministry of FinanceInformation system is developedInformation system is implemented
12.4.Carry out workshops and seminars to retrain the staff involved in decentralizing public funds2009-2011Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Local Public AdministrationSeminars for training and retraining are carried outNumber of staff of created services trained and retrained
PRIORITY 1: STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY BASED ON THE RULE OF LAW AND RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
13.Ensure effective access to justice for socially vulnerable people by reforming the system rendering state-guaranteed legal aid14 520,002008-2010Ministry of Justice cooperation with Bar AssociationBetter quality of state guaranteed juridical support and scaled up access to this type of support for socially vulnerable people in the regionsNumber of people benefiting from state guaranteed juridical support. Number of people benefiting from state guaranteed juridical support acquitted in penal cases
13.1.Set up regional offices of the National Board for State Guaranteed Juridical Support (National Board)2008Ministry of JusticeNational Board for state guaranteed juridical support and 5 regional offices for state guaranteed juridical support are createdNational Board for state guaranteed juridical support and 5 regional offices for state guaranteed juridical support are operational
13.2.Provide the National Board and its regional offices with space and equipment2008Ministry of Justice in cooperation with local public administration authoritiesNational Board and 5 regional offices have space and equipmentNational Board is operational. Number of regional offices provided with equipment
13.3.Carry out training courses for the National Board members and for the managers of its regional offices in rendering of state-guaranteed juridical support2008-2009Ministry of Justice, National Institute of JusticeCapacity of National Board members and managers of its regional offices is consolidatedNumber of managers in regional offices and in the National Board trained in state guaranteed juridical support
13.4.Conduct a study to come up with certain objective financial criteria for providing juridical support both in civil and penal law2008Ministry of JusticeStudy is developedFinancial criteria to provide free-of-charge juridical support are set out and adopted
13.5.Carry out a population information campaign on ways and prerequisites for getting state guaranteed juridical support2008Ministry of JusticeTV and radio shows are organized, articles are published in written media and pamphlets are distributedNumber of TV shows and radio shows; Number of articles in written media; Number of pamphlets distributed
13.6.Design and share a lawyer's guidelines for state-guaranteed juridical support2008-2010Ministry of JusticeLawyers are provided with guidelines for state guaranteed juridical supportNumber of guidelines distributed
14.Build up seven Detention Homes320 079,002008-2011Ministry of JusticeDetention conditions are created in line with the national and international standards in the field. Overcrowding of detention facilities is reducedNumber of detention homes built; Share of people detained in built detention homes out of the overall number of people in preliminary or administrative detention
14.1.Design documentation of a model detention home with maximum capacity of 250 people2008Ministry of JusticeDocumentation for a model detention home is developedDocumentation of model detention home is developed
14.2.Identify lands and hire companies to build the detention homes and carry out construction works2008-2011Ministry of Justice, local public administration authoritiesWorks to build detention homes are initiated / completedNumber of detention homes built; Number of detention homes under construction
15.Renovate 6 penitentiaries (Taraclia, Lipcani, Soroca, Rusca, Pruncul, and Goian)23 200,002008-2011Ministry of JusticeCreated detention conditions comply with national and international standards in the area for about 2,000 peopleNumber of renovated penitentiaries; Number of people detained in refurbished penitentiaries
16.Build a mother and child home within Penitentiary no.7 - Rusca200,002008-2009Ministry of JusticeConditions for joint detention of mothers and their children up to three years of age are createdNumber of women detained with children under three years of age
17.Develop a Probation Service31 923,602008-2009Ministry of JusticeOvercrowding of penitentiaries is cut down by approximately 30 per cent; Share of non-inmate convicts (released on parole) out of the total number of convicts is higher by 10- 15 per cent; fewer criminal relapses by approximately 35 per centNon-inmate convicts (released on parole) to the total number of convicts' ratio. Number of recidivists (relapsed offenders)
17.1.Draft a normative framework to implement the Law on Probation6 months after the Law on Probation is effectiveMinistry of JusticeNormative framework on probation is developedNormative framework for probation is approved
17.2.Carry out workshops in government and nongovernmental facilities and other establishments involved in carrying out probation measures2008Ministry of Justice2 seminars, 3 training sessions and 1 conference are carried outNumber of seminars, training sessions and conferences carried out. Number of participants attending the events
18.Design and adopt the normative framework to implement the Law on Mediation and on setting up of mediation services23,552008Ministry of JusticeNormative framework is developedNormative framework is adopted
19.Set up a judiciary information system98 900,002008-2010Ministry of JusticeWork of judiciary system is streamlined, reduced opportunities for corruption, higher trust in justice on population sideLevel of trust that population has in justice according to public opinion measures
19.1.Provide all facilities within the judiciary system with equipment2008-2009Ministry of JusticeAll facilities within the judiciary system (52) are provided with PC equipment and softwareNumber of facilities within the judiciary system provided with PC equipment and software
19.2.Set up a single information network within the judiciary system and make the information of public interest available on the WEB2009Ministry of JusticeAccess of population to information of public interest about the judiciary system, including about court decisions, is facilitatedNumber of web site visits
19.3.Establish a system for random assignment of cases2009Ministry of JusticeA system for random assignment of cases is developedSystem for random assignment of cases is operational
19.4.Create an electronic system for judiciary statistics2009Ministry of JusticeAn electronic system is createdElectronic system is operational
19.5.Set up population information desks within courts2009Ministry of JusticeInformation desks are created in all courtsNumber of information desks created in courts
20.Make information tools available to the coercive execution system942,402008-2009Ministry of JusticeNumber of court decisions not executed on time drop by at least 20 per centNumber of court decisions not executed on time
20.1.Create a single information network within the Execution Department2008Ministry of JusticeExecution offices are provided with equipment and are connected to a single information networkNumber of execution offices provided with equipment and connected to the Department's single network
20.2.Complete the automated information system “Register of Execution Procedures”2008Ministry of JusticeAutomated information system “Register of Procedures to Execute Court Decisions” is completedNumber of offices with access to the register
20.3.Scale up the single information system “Roster of Execution Procedures” and ACCES-12008-2009Ministry of JusticeAutomated information system is connected to the information software “ACCES-1” ;
21.Implement the legal and institutional framework to strengthen the independence of judiciary system23,552008-2010Ministry of JusticeIndependence of judicial system is strengthenedIndex of trust in judicial system according to public opinion polls
21.1.Inform the public at large on functions and attributes of the High Council of Magistrates and Supreme Court of Justice in the process of administering justice2008Ministry of JusticeThe public is informedThe public is informed
21.2.Consolidate the institutional capacities of the Department for Judicial Management2008Ministry of JusticeThe Department for Judicial Management is consolidatedThe Department for Judicial Management is consolidated
21.3.Contract some independent organizations to develop some studies on the perception of judges about the independence of judiciary system2008-2010Ministry of JusticeStudies are developedConclusions and suggestions are formulated
22.Consolidate the National Institute of Justice in order to ensure quality training of judges and other groups of staff operating within the judiciary system21 596,002008-2011National Institute of JusticeQuality training for judges and other groups of people from within judicial systemNumber of people trained
22.1.Reconstruction, capital repairs of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) premises2008 - 2009National Institute of JusticeConstructions required for the training process are providedNIJ premises are reconstructed and capitally repaired, including the facade, as appropriate for a judicial school
22.2.Train the NIJ teaching staff in teaching methodology and in most recent changes in national and international legislation2008National Institute of JusticeQualitative training of the NIJ teaching staff teaching methodology and in most recent changes in national and international legislationImproved capacity of the teaching staff, qualitative development of professional skills
22.3.Train the NIJ administrative staff in administrative management2009-2011National Institute of JusticeQualitative training of the NIJ administrative staff in administrative managementImproved professional skills of the NIJ administrative staff
22.4.Participation of NIJ representatives in training events organized by similar judicial schools in other countries, as part of international cooperation2009-2011National Institute of JusticeSuccessful participation of NIJ representativesEstablished contacts for future cooperation
22.5.Develop a comprehensive training program on the European Convention on Human Rights and Freedoms and ways to implement it, as well as working visits to the European Court for Human Rights2008National Institute of JusticeTraining program is developed, Documentation conducted on siteImplemented training program and applied new information
22.6.Create a web page of the National Institute of Justice2008National Institute of JusticeWeb page is createdNumber of NIJ website visits
22.7.Issue of a periodical, scientific and practical, informative and legal publications of the NIJ2008 - 2010National Institute of JusticePeriodical, scientific and practical, informative and legal publications of the NIJ are issuedNumber of issued publications
23.Reform justice funding through implementation of a transparent mechanism for budget planning and budgetary control over judiciary system2008Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, in collaboration with the Higher Council of MagistratesAdequate funding of justice in order to ensure independence of the system and protection of human rightsIndex of trust in judicial system according to public opinion polls
23.1.Develop a concept of adequate funding of justice to ensure the financial independence of the judiciary system2008Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, in collaboration with the Higher Council of MagistratesConcept is developedConcept is approved
23.2.Develop specific standards for setting the current budgets of courts (salary ceilings, costs for auxiliary staffing, maintenance costs etc.)2008Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, in collaboration with the Higher Council of MagistratesStandards are developedStandards are applied
23.3.Develop a capital investment plan for medium and long term, and identify potential sources of funding and include costs related to assessing the status of buildings2008Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, in collaboration with the Higher Council of MagistratesFunding plan is developedFunding sources are identified
24.Promote signing bilateral agreements in labor migration for migrant workers345,202008-2011Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of External Affairs and European IntegrationAn agreement on migration of labor force is signed with Portugal. Ongoing nature of negotiations for agreements on labor migration issues is ensured with Spain, Greece, BENELUX, and France. Develop and negotiate agreements in this area with other states in European UnionNumber of agreements on labor migration signed. Number of agreements on labor migration signed
25.Ensure a framework of minimum social guarantee for migrant workers originating from the Republic of Moldova1 003,302008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and Child, Ministry of External Affairs and European IntegrationLegal framework expressed through bilateral agreements signed up with the Republic of Moldova for the citizens working abroadNumber of bilateral agreements in the area of social protection signed up between the Republic of Moldova and countries of destination for the migrants workers from Moldova
25.1.Sign up agreements with the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Portugal in view of social protection2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildAgreements are developedAgreements are ratified
25.2.Sign up agreements with Republic of Italy, Republic of France and the Kingdom of Spain2009Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildAgreements are developedAgreements are ratified
25.3.Sign up agreements with the Republic of Greece, Republic of Slovenia, Republic of Croatia2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildAgreements are developedAgreements are ratified
25.4.Sign up agreements with the Czech Republic, Republic of Slovakia and Albania2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildAgreements are developedAgreements are ratified
26.Establish sustainable international cooperation relations, acquire knowledge and international skills in order to identify and eliminate cross-border entry points for human being trafficking operating both in the Republic of Moldova and abroad794,10ongoingMinistry of Internal AffairsCases of human trafficking are identifiedNumber of human trafficking cases
27.Create a National Referral system to protect and support the victims and potential victims of human being trafficking – a framework for collaboration between government structures and civil society in combating human being trafficking (NRS)34 747,902008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildNRS is establishedNRS is operational
27.1.Consolidate the capacity of government structures, civil society participating at the NRS and develop social infrastructure2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildA network of local centers to reintegrate NRS beneficiaries is createdNetwork is operational
27.2.Set up multi-disciplinary teams within NRS2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildMulti-disciplinary teams at local levelNumber of comprehensive coordination teams at local level; Number of victims identified and helped within NRS; per cent ratio of successful reintegration
27.3.Develop an automated information system (AIS) within NRS2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildAIS is created within NRS, managed by the National Coordination Center under the Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildSoftware developed; specialists trained in how to collect and submit data to the AIS
28.Update the anti-corruption normative framework as per provisions of international acts632,00ongoingCenter for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionNational legal framework is compatible with international standards, including Acquis communitaire – throughout 2008-2011Number of draft normative acts submitted to the Government and Parliament for approval
28.1.Design a draft Law on lobbying2008Ministry of JusticeLaw on lobbying is developed and submitted for approvalLaw is approved
28.2.Carry out 2 workshops to discuss gaps in the operation of existing legislation and identify laws requiring revision2008-2009Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionGaps in legislation on prevention and fighting of corruption are identified in a participatory way and proposed for eliminationNumber of workshops carried out and amended normative acts
29.Consolidate the capacity of Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption (CCECC) in preventing and fighting of corruption15 034,60ongoingCenter for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionEfficient policies to prevent and fight corruptionTrust of civil society in the work of CCECC
29.1.Train prosecutors and CCECC workers in investigating/managing corruption cases2008-2009Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption2 national training seminars for prosecutors and CCECC personnel working in investigation / management of corruption casesNumber of trained employees
29.2.Carry out national joint trainings for law authorities and criminal law system representatives on investigation, criminal law investigation and court investigation of corruption files2008-2009Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption4 joint national training courses for law enforcement authorities and representatives of criminal law justice system in investigation, criminal law investigation and court investigation of corruption filesNumber of trained people
29.3.Design and implement a training plan for the analytical and prevention service of the CCECC2008Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption2 workshops are carried out for CCECC subunits involved in corruption phenomena analysis and preventionNumber of trained people
29.4.Purchase IT equipment and software for CCECC subdivisions2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionCCECC subunits are provided with IT equipment and softwareNumber of employees provided with IT equipment and software
30.Raise public awareness about corruption and build the trust of population to the work of the Center2 012,102008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionAn atmosphere of zero-tolerance to corruption is created and higher trust in CCECCPerception of corruption according to sociological studies carried out on the basis of public opinion polls
30.1.Organize and carry out trainings and seminars for public servants in anticorruption legal norms2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption50 training sessions carried out for public servants each year; Public servants to carry out their work-related duties according to deontology and professional norms of conductNumber of trained people
30.2.Make information of public interest available on the WEB page of the CCECC, including info about anticorruption, and share press releases anticorruption measures taken by the CCECC2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionA web page of CCECC is operational and updated on a regular basis; 100 press releases are issued each yearNumber of CCECC website visits; Number of press releases issued each year
30.3.Organize TV and radio shows on anticorruption2008-2009Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption10 TV and radio shows are organizedNumber of TV and radio shows carried out
30.4.Shoot TV clips on corruption related issues and ways to prevent it and publish printed products with anticorruption messages2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption2 TV clips raising corruption issues are shot; printed products with anti-corruption messages are issuedNumber of TV clips shot; Number of published printed products
30.5.Carry out meetings with the Anticorruption Alliance under the aegis of Government (4 sessions a year)2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption4 meetings with Anticorruption Alliance under the aegis of Government are organized each yearNumber of meetings with Anticorruption Alliance
30.6.Participate at the events organized by members of the Anticorruption Alliance2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionCCECC employees are participating at the events organized by the members of Anticorruption AllianceNumber of events organized by the Anticorruption Alliance attended by the personnel of CCECC
31.Implement international tools in the area of anticorruption and cooperate with foreign and international facilities working in the field3 762,102008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionBetter image of the Republic of Moldova internationally in terms of its anticorruption efforts; Active cooperation in anticorruption is expanded worldwideInternational instruments implemented
31.1.Initiate and conclude bilateral and multilateral international agreements in fighting delinquency, corruption and money laundering2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionInternational agreements are developed and signedNumber of agreements signed on fight against delinquencies, corruption and money laundry
31.2.Call on meetings with the World Bank representatives in order to identify joint priorities to amplify anticorruption efforts in the Republic of Moldova, including within the framework of the Strategy for consolidating the involvement of the World Bank in issues of governance and control of corruption2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionMeetings with the World Bank are held. Support from the World Bank for anticorruption activities is provided. Action Plan on the World Bank anticorruption initiative is elaborated and implemented.World Bank agreement / decision to support anticorruption efforts in the Republic of Moldova
31.3.Implement GRECO recommendations outlined during round two evaluation (report from 13 October 2006)2008-2011Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionRepublic of Moldova is accredited internationally in the area of anticorruptionProgress on implementation of GRECO recommendations during evaluation rounds
31.4.Fulfill the program of actions on the implementation of the “Millennium Challenge” Provisional Country Plan2008-2009Center for Combating Economic Crimes and CorruptionProgram of actions is accomplishedCorruption Control Indicator calculated by the Millennium Challenge Corporation
32.Set up automated systems for road traffic surveillance on the national highways serving international routes within the country on the road segments with high rates of traffic accidents28 300,002008-2010Ministry of Internal AffairsBy 2011 the number of road traffic accidents reported during a year will be 20 per cent lowerNumber of road traffic accidents reported over a certain period of time (quarter, semester, and year).
32.1.Conduct a study on the locations with high frequency of traffic accidents on the national highways in order to determine the locations where to install the automated systems for road traffic surveillance2008Ministry of Internal AffairStudy is conductedStudy outlines recommendations on the locations of traffic accidents on the national highways
32.2.Develop within the Road Police Department a unit to process the data received from the automated systems for road traffic surveillance2008Ministry of Internal AffairA unit to process data is created and provided with equipmentUnit is operational
32.3.Purchase, mount and test the automated systems for road traffic surveillance and related equipment2008-2010Ministry of Internal AffairAutomated systems are mountedNumber of installed automated systems
33.Expand the staffing units for statutory inspections and morals within police departments by one position of psychologist (civil servant)3 175,202009Ministry of Internal AffairRights of underage children are met; Criminality among children is avertedNumber of police departments with psychologist staff out of the total number of police departments; Number of underage children helped by a psychologist
34.Prepare and carry out information campaigns for citizens, both directly by MIA subunits and jointly with NGOs, local public administration, education facilities, social protection facilities and other empowered facilities operating in the field393,60ongoingCenter to combat human trafficking under the Ministry of Internal AffairsLevel of population awareness about risks for human trafficking is raisedNumber of events carried out
35.Upgrade the police service by implementing the Strategy on community police work in order to set up a modern, professional, democratic and community-based service28 385,002008-2011Ministry of Internal AffairHigher accountability of police to communityTrust in police according to public opinion polls
35.1.Consolidate the capacity of the Department for Analysis, Monitoring and Strategic Planning in charge of implementing the strategy on community police work2008-2009Ministry of Internal AffairThe capacity of the Department for Analysis, Monitoring and Strategic Planning, and other employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs have higher capacity in terms of community policeDepartment is operational; Number of trained people
35.2.Conduct a study to identify the pilot regions to implement the strategy on community police work2008Ministry of Internal AffairStudy is conductedStudy comes up with recommendations on pilot regions
35.3.Create model police departments2008Ministry of Internal AffairModel police departments are createdModel police departments are operational
35.4.Train trainers from within the police and civil society2008-2009Ministry of Internal AffairCapacity of trainers is built to train police personnelNumber of trained people
35.5.Carry out a campaign aiming at raising the level of society involvement in efforts to enforce order and ensure security2008Ministry of Internal AffairAn information campaign fulfilledNumber of pamphlets and leaflets shared; Number of workshops and other public events carried out
35.6.Create police-community partnerships to identify eventual problems and to jointly work those out2008-2011Ministry of Internal AffairAction Plans in community are developed and jointly implementedNumber of districts which developed plans of actions
35.7.Evaluate the implementation of pilot projects2009Ministry of Internal AffairStudy is conductedStudy comes up with recommendations about how to improve the implementation of community police concept
35.8.Scale up country-wide the implementation of the Strategy on community police work2009Ministry of Internal AffairAll police departments are operating based upon community police principlesNumber of police departments operating on community police principles
36.Consolidate the institutional mechanism ensuring gender equality4 184,902008Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildInstitutional mechanism to provide for gender equality is consolidatedNumber of normative acts developed and amended from a gender balance point of view
36.1.Consolidate the potential of central and local public administration to review, identify, formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate suggested policies2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildGender sensitive policy and programs are developed1 -2 studies carried out on gender balance policies and programs
36.2.Consolidate the potential of Government Committee members for equal opportunities for women and men2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildWork of Committee meets the criteria of democracy and good governanceNumber of training sessions, participations at thematic conferences with presentation of best practices; study visits
36.3.Set up specialized subgroups of experts2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildSpecialized subgroups are created at the level of legislative power, executive power and within civil societyNumber of projects of national importance related to labor issues, social protection, health, and education are implemented in close collaboration with key stakeholders (legislative authorities, executive authorities and within civil society)
37.Create a National System to Avert and Combat domestic violence232,302008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildComprehensive, cross-sector and team approach to the issue; Monitoring and evaluation of this area is facilitate; Streamlined support is provided to victims of domestic violence; more efficient coordination of actions taken by specialists in various areasSystem is operational
37.1.Develop the capacity of institutional structures in view of averting and combating domestic violence2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildCompetent institutional structures are created to avert and combat domestic violenceNumber of training courses, participations at thematic conferences with presentation of best practices
37.2.Develop an information system to avert and combat domestic violence2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildCross-sector complex information system is created within the Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildCross-sector information systems within competent institutional structures to avert and combat domestic violence
37.3.Create a national referral system for domestic violence cases2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family and ChildA national referral system is created for domestic violence casesMechanisms are defined within the System; Number of victims identified and referred to within the NRS; Number of services created for victims and aggressors
38.Professionalize the border guards service95 076,002008-2011Border Guard ServiceState border management is improved and it is brought in line with European standardsNumber of violations reported at the state borders
38.1.Gradually substitute contract-based mercenaries for mandatory military service2008-2011Border Guard ServiceCoverage of 100 per cent needs with mercenaries on a contract basisNumber of contracted mercenaries out of the total number of military
38.2.Change the training curriculum for border guards in line with European standards (CORE CURRICULUM FOR BORDER GUARD TRAINING nr. 8285/2/03 REV 2 FRONT 38 COMIX 232)2008Border Guard ServiceCurriculum is changedNumber of people trained according to the new curriculum
39.Develop border infrastructure to improve the state border management (filter 3)34 454,402008-2011Border Guard ServiceState border infrastructure brought in line with European standardsNumber of border guard patrols provided with necessary infrastructure
39.1.Build and renovate (number) buildings for border guard patrols2008-2011Border Guard ServiceBuildings of border guard patrols are built and renovatedNumber of patrols with built / renovated buildings
39.2.Provide border guard patrols with equipment for state border surveillance (more specific about what kind of equipment)2008-2001Border Guard ServiceBorder guard patrols are provided with necessary equipmentNumber of border guard patrols provided with equipment
40.Bring national legislation regulations in line with Acquis communitaire for state border management2008-2011Border Guard ServiceState border management is improved and brought in line with European standardsNumber of violations reported at the state borders
40.1.Amend the Law on the State Borders2008Border Guard ServiceAmendments are developedAmendments are adopted
40.2.Design and adopt a national Strategy on integrated management of state borders2008Border Guard ServiceStrategy is developedStrategy is adopted
41.Research and innovations in Strategy “Building a rule of law and consolidation of statehood and democracy, assurance of social cohesion”12 603,302008 - 2011Moldovan Academy of ScienceNew knowledge on how to build the rule of law is acquired, statehood and democracy are strengthened, and social cohesion is ensuredMonographs and summary reviews, Scientific articles, reports and communications at scientific events Recommendations on improving the national legal system and align it to European norms
PRIORITY 2: SETTLEMENT OF THE TRANSNISTRIAN CONFLICT AND REINTEGRATION OF THE COUNTRY
42.Design and implement joint projects with the region of Transnistria for the refurbishment, upgrading and development of infrastructure590 933,602008 - 2011Ministry of Reintegration, other responsible ministriesMore than 4 projects have been implemented or are in progressNumber of implemented projects
42.1.Create cross-ministry working groups at the level of experts, by also inviting representatives of Transnistrian authorities, to develop infrastructure projects2008-2011Ministry of Reintegration, other responsible ministriesWorking groups are createdWorking groups are operational
42.2.Develop and implement projects, including: (a) renovate national highway M21 Chisinau-Dubasari-Poltava (the road segment within the RM), (b) renovate national highway Ml 4 Brest-Briceni-Chisinau-Tiraspol-Odesa (road segment Chisinau-Tiraspol-Pervomaisk), (c) electrify railroad segment Pervomaisc-Tiraspol-Bender-Chisinau-Ungheni, (d) renovate ecosystem of the Nistru River by involving all stakeholders (water protection measures, integrated management of water resources, renovate and upgrade water cleansing and supply stations in Dubasari)2008-2011Ministry of Reintegration, other responsible ministriesDeveloped projects are implementedMore than 4 projects have been implemented or are in progress of implementation
43.Set up a Fund to support civic initiatives35,002008 - 2011Ministry of Reintegration, MFFund is createdFund is operational
43.1.Provide for the institutional and normative frameworks for the Fund2008-2011Ministry of Reintegration, other responsible ministriesInstitutional and normative framework is createdInstitutional and normative framework is approved
43.2.Develop and endorse medium-term priorities and the plan of actions for the Fund2008-2011Ministry of Reintegration, Fund administration bodyFund has a plan of actions in the medium runFund is operating in line with adopted priorities and is implementing the medium-term plan of actions
44.Conduct a study on the “costs of reintegration” and develop a provisional plan of actions for juridical, social and economic reintegration32 800,002008 - 2009Ministry of Reintegration, other responsible ministriesStudy conductedPlan of actions developed
44.1.Conduct a study on the costs and benefits of reintegration2008 - 2009Ministry of Reintegration, other responsible ministriesStudy conductedStudy comes up with suggestions on the development of a plan of actions regarding the reintegration of country
44.2.Develop a provisional plan of actions for juridical, social and economic reintegration2009-2011Ministry of ReintegrationPlan of actions developedPlan of actions presented
PRIORITY 3: ENHANCING THE NATIONAL ECONOMY COMPETITIVENESS
45.Ongoing analysis within the working group of legislation to regulate entrepreneurship10 707,602008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and Trade, other public administration authoritiesExisting regulations are further simplified and streamlined to initiate, keep running and close a business and to reduce the costs of itCountry's rating on business regulations according to international classification is improved
46.Implement the Regulatory impact Assessment (RIA) in drafting official acts2 828,002008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and Trade, other public administration authoritiesInfo notes accompanying newly developed official acts provide for a regulatory impact assessmentNumber of official acts turned in with the Secretariat together with the Regulatory impact Assessment
46.1.Identify training needs and develop curriculum and materials and carry out short seminars and semester-long courses at the Public Administration Academy2008Ministry of Economy and Trade, other public administration authoritiesCapacity of central public authorities in regulatory impact assessment is builtNumber of trained specialists
46.2.Develop annual reports on RIA implementationannualMinistry of Economy and TradeAn annual report is developedConclusions and recommendations on streamlining RIA
47.Bring the legal framework in the area of domestic trade in line with the standards and practices of European Union member states281,602008 - 2009Ministry of Economy and TradeLegislation brought in line with requirements and best international practicesHigher share of organized trade and legalization of illicit trade; Records keeping and consolidation of taxable assets
48.Consolidate the market oversight capacity in line with EU requirements8 129,002008 - 2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceEuropean practices for market oversight are implementedEvaluation Report on Market Surveillance capacities
48.1.Evaluate the needs and equip the laboratories for non-food product testing and check-ups before putting those out on markets2008-2011Standardization and Metrology Service, Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureLaboratories for nonfood product testing are equippedNumber of equipped laboratories
48.2.Draft a specific law on market oversight2009 - 2010Standardization and Metrology Service, Ministry of Economy and TradeLaw is draftedLaw is adopted
49.Provide the heavy weights laboratories with equipment and train the staff1 000,002009Standardization and Metrology ServiceNational Institute for Standardization and Metrology is provided with a mobile laboratory for heavy weightsCover 100 per cent of needs/demand for balance/scales check-ups
50.Provide the volume laboratory with equipment and train the staff500,002010Standardization and Metrology ServiceNational Institute for Standardization and Metrology is provided with a mobile laboratory for volumes/capacityCover 100 per cent of needs/demand for petroleum and fueling reservoir check-ups
51.Provide the power and electronic product testing laboratory with equipment in line with European standards1 400,002009Standardization and Metrology ServiceLaboratory is equipped and is operationalNumber of indicators for electric products subject to tests
52.Provide the agriculture and food product testing laboratory with equipment for doing tests in line with European standards10 500,002009Standardization and Metrology ServiceLaboratory is equipped and is operationalNumber of indicators for food and farming products subject to tests
53.Set up a toy testing laboratory and provide it with equipment in line with European standards900,002009Standardization and Metrology ServiceLaboratory is equipped and is operationalNumber of indicators for toys subject to tests
54.Develop and update the National Etalons Database (NED) compliant with European Union requirements80 084,002008 - 2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceTraceability of the results of measurements and values of etalons is ensured in line with international accuracyIncreased degree of reliability of measures carried out in the Republic of Moldova [95%]
54.1.Provide for mandatory conditions in metrological laboratories to keep the NED up and running and further develop it2008-2009Standardization and Metrology ServiceEnvironment conditions for NED are ensured in line with European normsConditions are provided for
54.2.Training for the staff in charge of NED maintenance and development2008-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceCapacity of staff improvedNumber of trained people
54.3.Develop the NED by purchasing the equipment needed to set up national standards in order to ensure the legality, uniformity and credibility of measures in the Republic of Moldova2008-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceNED is equipped with performance standards according to the needs of national economyNumber of benchmark standards that the NED has been provided with
54.4.Standardize the NED and participate at cross-comparisons2008-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceNED is standardized and is participating in cross-comparisonsNumber of benchmark standards traceable to international standards. Number of participations at cross-comparisons
55.Improve access to consumer information and education1 003,002009-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceLevel of consumer awareness is raised in consumer protectionReport on consumer information assessment
55.1.Consolidate information sharing with consumers by (a) setting up a web page of consumer protection central authority; (b) designing guidelines for customers, such as pamphlets and leaflets; (c) carrying out regional information campaigns for consumers2008-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceAll outlines actions are carried outCentral authority's web page on consumer protection is updated. Two guidelines are issued. Number of districts where campaigns have taken place
55.2.Design education programs in consumer protection to implement those in education facilities2008 - 2009Standardization and Metrology Service, Ministry of Education and YouthConsumer protection education programs are endorsed by the Ministry of Education and YouthNumber of education facilities implementing consumer protection education programs
55.3.Set up and publish a magazine “Consumer”2009-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceMagazine “Consumer” is issuedNumber of “Consumer” magazine issued
55.4.Equip two regional offices for consumer relations within the Standardization and Metrology Service2010-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceOffices are equipped2 offices are adequately equipped
55.5.Design, approve and implement a training program for the staff of public administration authorities in consumer protection2008-2011Standardization and Metrology Service, public administration authoritiesTraining program is developed and approvedProgram is implemented. Number of trained staff
55.6.Carry out international conferences in consumer protection in the Republic of Moldova2009-2011Standardization and Metrology ServiceConferences are carried outNumber of organized conferences
56.Develop the legal framework in consumer protection820,002009 - 2010Standardization and Metrology Service3 European directives are transposed into the national legislation in consumer protectionsAmendments to respective laws are approved
57.Design and carry out a National Program to adopt international standards “ISO” and European “EN” as national standards10 000,002008 - 2011Standardization and Metrology Service, National Institute for Standardization and MetrologyNational program developed and implementedNumber of ISO and EN standards adopted
58.Implement the “one-stop” concept at the state border crossing points for imported goods2 000,00First quarter of 2008Customs ServiceProcedures to get goods across borders are simplifiedTime to cross state borders when importing goods. Time for customs clearance of imported goods (min.)
58.1.Review the current legislation in terms of the attributions of control authorities located at the border crossing points in order to adjust those to the ‘one-stop’ principle2008Customs Service, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, Ministry of Transport and Roads Management, Border Guards ServiceLegal and normative acts for introducing “one-stop shop” are developed and submitted for approvalLegal and normative framework is adopted
58.2.Implement an automated system for data exchange between control authorities and for electronic processing of documents2008Customs Service, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, Ministry of Transport and Roads Management, Border Guards ServiceControl procedures are automated at the crossing of goods through customs at the bordersAutomated system is implemented
59.Draft a Law on State Aid2008National Competition AgencyLaw is draftedLaw is approved
60.Adjust the normative framework on competition to Community regulations on competition protection2011National Competition AgencyNormative framework is adjustedNormative framework is approved
61.Develop the legal and normative frameworks for non-banking financial markets50,002009 - 2011National Commission for Financial MarketInternal regulations for capital market complies with legal framework of European UnionLegal and normative framework is approved
62.Design and implement a medium-term Strategy to develop non-banking financial markets3 350,002009 - 2011National Commission for Financial MarketStrategy is developedStrategy is approved
63.Develop a pledging system for loans granted to small and medium size enterprises (SMEs)17 872,002008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and TradeSMEs have facilitated access to financial resourcesNumber of granted pledges. Amount of granted loans
63.1.Review the efficiency of existing pledging system2008Ministry of Economy and TradeSuggestions on how to streamline the pledging systemReport on review of existing pledging system
63.2.Develop and implement efficient schemes for the pledging of loans granted to SMEs2008 - 2009Ministry of Economy and TradeLoan pledging schemes are improved for SMEsNumber of pledges granted according to newly developed schemes. Number of pledge beneficiaries
63.3.Cover in media the funding opportunities2009-2011Ministry of Economy and TradeLevel of population awareness about funding opportunities is increasedNumber of events carried out
63.4.Pledge loans granted to SMEs through a special pledge Fund of the Organization for the development of SMEsongoingMinistry of Economy and TradePledges are granted from the Special Pledge Fund of the Organization for SME developmentNumber and amount of loans granted to financial facilities. Number of granted pledges
64.Create four branches of the Organization in order to develop the SME out there in regions4 275,502009Ministry of Economy and TradeSME sector is developed in regionsFour branches are operational in regions
65.Prepare and carry out an international forum of SMEs2 222,00annualMinistry of Economy and TradePerformance of SME development sector is reflected in media. Sector collaboration is encouragedNumber of participants attending the international forum of SMEs
66.Develop a network for service providers in business by training them and stimulate demand for consultancy2 872,002011Ministry of Economy and TradeVolume of sales to companies providing services in business is growing. Number of companies demanding consultancy and training services is growingVolume of sales to companies providing services in business. Number of companies demanding consultancy and training services
66.1.Conduct a study to evaluate the work of service providers in business and assess the training needs of those2008Ministry of Economy and TradeSituation is accurately assessed in terms of the work of service providers in businessStudy is conducted
66.2.Design a quality assurance system for service providers in business2009Ministry of Economy and TradeA quality system is developed and is operationalNumber of service providers in business using quality assurance systems
66.3.Carry out training courses for service providers in businessannualMinistry of Economy and Trade10 training seminars are carried out, with participation of 200 representatives of service providersNumber of trained participants
66.4.Set up a mechanism to coordinate and inform about the activities carried out by service providers in business2009Ministry of Economy and TradeLevel of awareness about services rendered by service providers in business is improvedNumber of events carried out
67.Create and develop business incubators22 172,00ongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeCreation of SMEs is stimulatedNumber of incubated enterprises
67.1.Design a feasibility study on the need of existing business incubators and design indicators for an efficient business incubator2008Ministry of Economy and TradeIdentified needs and indicatorsStudy is conducted
67.2.Create and develop pilot business incubators and monitor their work2009 - 2010Ministry of Economy and Trade3 business incubators are createdNumber of business incubators created. Number of enterprises operating within business incubators
67.3.Carry out trainings for the managers working in business incubatorsongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeCapacity of business incubator managers is builtNumber of trained people
68.Build and develop entrepreneurship capacity and promote in-service professional training8 972,00ongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeEntrepreneurship capacity is builtNumber of trained entrepreneurs and number of business initiated
68.1.Study international practices in creating a culture of entrepreneurship among youth and women2008Ministry of Economy and TradeReport on international practices to develop entrepreneurship cultureStudy is conducted
68.2.Implementation of a program to support entrepreneurship among youth and women through grant schemesongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeAt least 100 entrepreneurs trained each yearNumber of entrepreneurs supported by the program
68.3.Carry out in-service training in entrepreneurshipongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeAt least 100 entrepreneurs are trained each yearNumber of trained entrepreneurs
68.4.Implement the Program to Support Entrepreneurs when launching up their businessongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeAt least 2,000 entrepreneurs are supported each year through the Support to Entrepreneurs Program when launching up their businessNumber of entrepreneurs involved in the Program
69.Design a system of rewards to encourage competitiveness among SMEs300,002008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and TradeA scheme for rewards is developedScheme of rewards is implemented. Number of reward granted
70.Create a system to evaluate and monitor competitiveness among SMEs by employing indicators used by OECD Investment Compact1 712,00ongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeRepublic of Moldova is integrated into the Investment Compact OECD Initiative on regional policies and SMEsEvaluation system is operational
71.Bring in strategic foreign direct investments115 000,002008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and Trade (CPCM “ARIA”, Moldovan Investment and Export Promotion Organization)Volume of direct foreign investments and number of jobs created are growingVolume of direct foreign investments brought in. Number of jobs created following investments brought in
72.Develop clusters as a way of stimulating economic growth116 044,002008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and TradeActive pilot cluster. Effective clusters created country-wide.Operational cluster, number of enterprises within clusters Number of clusters created, turnover of in clusters.
72.1.Identify existing and potential industrial and innovation clusters, conduct the diagnostic review, and design development programs for each cluster. Develop technical documentation for clusters and implement actions for the development of clusters and industrial parks as a key element of selected clusters. Amendment of national strategies to use their potential in stimulating the cluster development within areas referred to in sector strategies.2008-2011Ministry of Economy and Trade5 clusters are identified. Report on diagnostic review of clusters is developed. Technical documentation is developed.Cluster development programs designed based on diagnostic review and identification. Number of clusters created.
72.2.Develop a network of clusters in the SME sector.2008-2011Ministry of Economy and TradeActive pilot cluster.Operational cluster, number of enterprises within clusters Number of clusters created, turnover of in clusters.
73.Consolidate the management capacity in terms of better quality, productivity and competitiveness in the real sector of economy46 000,00ongoingMinistry of Economy and Trade (CPCM “ARIA”)International standards and models for quality and productivity are implemented in the real sector of economyNumber of enterprises introducing quality management systems. Country score in the international competitiveness ranking
73.1.Provide support to implement productivity and quality management systems in the real sector of the national economy2008-2011Ministry of Economy and Trade (CPCM “ARIA”)Number of enterprises introducing quality management systems is growingNumber of trained managers
73.2.Develop a national system for operational management (productivity management system)2008 - 2009Ministry of Economy and Trade (CPCM “ARIA”)A national operational management system is developedNumber of enterprises implementing productivity and quality management systems
73.3.Train public servants in charge of developing the real sector of economy in productivity and quality management2008-2011Ministry of Economy and Trade (CPCM “ARIA”)Raise the level of knowledge in the field of productivity and quality managementNumber of trained public servants
74.Encourage the implementation of quality management systems and safety assurance systems in SMEs39 172,00ongoingMinistry of Economy and TradeAt least 100 entrepreneurs are certified with quality management systems and with company safety assurance system (each year)Number of certified enterprises
75.Develop science and encourage application of innovations in practice1 225 754,542008 - 2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesNumber of patents implemented
75.1.Research and innovations related to the “Farming biotechnologies, soil fertility and food safety” Strategy2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesImproved knowledge about genetic, physiologic and biochemical mechanisms determining growth, development, resistance and productivity of farming plants. New varieties and hybrids of plants are created, as well as agrotechnical methods and technologies to process raw agriculture material, soil fertility maintenance, plant protection, creation of new farming devices, and zootechnical systems improvedNumber of implemented patents. Number of newly created varieties and hybrids
75.2.Research and innovations related to “Biomedicine, pharmaceutics, health maintenance and strengthening” Strategy2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesNew knowledge is obtained about mechanisms of health maintenance and development, etio-pathogenesis and risk factors for diseases widely spread in ENT, surgical oncology, maternal and child health, pharmacology and pharmacy, emergency medicine, neurologyNumber of implemented patents. Number of new diagnostic and treatment methods
75.3.Set up a Center for Sanocreatology under the Institute for Physiology and Sanocreatology of the Moldovan Academy of Sciences (MAS) in the strategic area “Biomedicine, pharmaceutics, health maintenance and strengthening”2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesScientific evidence of the new strategic direction in biomedicine, i.e. sanocreatology, is established. New tools are developed for assisted creation and maintenance of the health of cardiovascular and respiratory systemsNumber of implemented patents. Number of new diagnostic and treatment tools
75.4.Research and innovations related to “Nanotechnologies, industrial engineering, novel materials and products” Strategy2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesNew knowledge is accrued about the identification of new physical phenomena in condensed matter and engineering of materials at nanodimensionsNumber of implemented patents. Number of new tools and technologies applied in industry
75.5.Research and innovations related to “Streamlining of energy sector and ensuring of power security, including by use of renewable resources” Strategy2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesNew knowledge is accrued about how to improve the power sector operationNumber of implemented patents. Number of new tools and technologies applied in industry
76.Design and implement a system of indicators to monitor and evaluate the research and innovation work260,002008 - 2009Moldovan Academy of SciencesA system to monitor and evaluate the research and innovation work is developedMonitoring and evaluation system is implemented
77.Design and develop a research and innovation information system11 200,002008 - 2010Moldovan Academy of SciencesAn information system is developedInformation system is operational
78.Create a mapping database on natural productivity of lands and their environmental status2 215,002008 - 2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesRepresentatives maps and recommendations on halting the environment decay are developedNumber of developed maps
79.Create an innovation infrastructure and provide for technologic transfer157 200,002008 - 2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesInnovation infrastructure is createdShare of innovation products and services in the total volume of products and services. Number of research and technology parks, innovation incubators, and research and technology clusters created
79.1.Create and develop research and technologic parks “Academica”, “Ecoagricultura” [Environmental agriculture] and “Energetica regenerabilă” [Renewable power]2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesResearch and technology parks are createdResearch and technology parks are operational
79.2.Create and develop 2 innovation incubators2008-2011Moldovan Academy of Sciences2 innovation incubators are createdNumber of operational innovation incubators
79.3.Encourage the implementation of technologic transfer projects with co-funding at a level of at least 40 per cent for the projects selected based on competition2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesProjects of technology transfer are implementedNumber of implemented projects with state co-funding
80.Create a network “Education and Research: Upper Secondary Education School - University - Doctoral Degree -Postdoctoral Degree”270 940,402008 - 2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesA network “Education and Research: upper secondary education school - University -Doctoral degree - Postdoctoral degree” is createdOperational network
80.1.Create physical infrastructure of the research and education network and provide it with equipment2008 - 2010Moldovan Academy of SciencesPhysical infrastructure is ensured and equipment is purchasedInstalled equipment
80.2.Design and endorse the syllabus and training programs2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesSyllabus and training programs are developedSyllabus and training programs are approved
80.3.Design and endorse the methodology to identify and select gifted youth2008-2011Moldovan Academy of SciencesMethodology to identify and select is developedMethodology to identify and select is approved
81.Build railway connection Cahul – Giurgiulesti586 800,002008Ministry of Transport and Road ManagementRailroad segment Cahul – Giurgiulesti is built on a strip 49.7 km longOpened circulation of trains on the railroad segment Cahul-Giurgiulesti
82.Rehabilitation of road stretches:
  • – Balti-Sarateni
  • – Chisinau-Orhei
  • – Chisinau-Hancesti
1 182 580,002008-2011Ministry of Transport and Road Management137 km of roads are rehabilitated137 km of roads are rehabilitated
83.Renovate 56,6 km of roads on the stretches:
  • – Rezina-Orhei-Calarasi
  • – Chisinau-Cimislia-Vulcanesti-Giurgiulesti on the border with Romania
  • – Ustia-Molovata
  • – Anenii Noi-Causeni-Stefan Voda on the border with Ukraine
178 473,002008Ministry of Transport and Road Management56,6 km of roads are renovated56,6 km of roads are renovated
84.Upgrade, provide basic equipment for the joint stock company (JSC) “CET-1” and increase the electrical power generation capacity up to 90 MW39 771,902009 - 2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureDomestic power capacity is increasedUpgrading and re- equipment accomplished
84.1.Conduct feasibility studies and come up with an optimal technical option to carry out the project2009-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureOptimal technical option is established for the projectInvestment decision on accomplishing the optimal option of the project
84.2.Design an execution plan and make it subject to expertise in line with national norms and European requirements2009-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureDesigned plan is in line with national and European norms and requirementsPlan is developed
85.Upgrade, provide basic equipment for the JSC “CET-North” and increase the electrical power generation capacity up to 100 MW62 700,002009 - 2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureDomestic power capacity is increasedUpgrading and re-equipment accomplished
85.1.Conduct feasibility studies and come up with an optimal technical option to carry out the project2009-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureOptimal technical option is established for the projectFeasibility study is conducted
85.2.Design an execution plan and make it subject to expertise in line with national norms and European requirements2009-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureDesigned plan is in line with national and European norms and requirementsPlan is developed
86.Upgrade, provide basic equipment for the JSC “CET-2” and increase the electrical power generation capacity up to 440 MW3 946 800,002009 - 2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureDomestic power capacity is increasedUpgrading and re-equipment accomplished
86.1.Conduct feasibility studies and come up with an optimal technical option to carry out the project2009-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureOptimal technical option is established for the projectFeasibility study is conducted
86.2.Design an execution plan and make it subject to expertise in line with national norms and European requirements2009-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureDesigned plan is in line with national and European norms and requirementsPlan is developed
87.Build cross-connection lines with power systems from neighboring Ukraine and Romania in order to improve their cross-connectivity968 400,002008–2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureCountry's power security is consolidatedInterconnecting lines are operational
88.Build gas main high pressure connection pipe Balti-Ungheni322 600,002008-2011Ministry of Industry and InfrastructureCountry's power security is consolidatedGas main is built
PRIORITY 4: HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, ENHANCING EMPLOYMENT AND PROMOTING SOCIAL INCLUSION
89.Improve access to pre-school education417 047,402008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthPreschool education enrolment rates improve by up to 75 per cent for children aged 3-6 years (7) and up to 95 per cent for children 5-6 (7) year-oldPreschool education enrolment rate
89.1.Map pre-school education facilities2008Ministry of Education and YouthMap is developed
89.2.Train 201 trainers, 1,200 kindergarten directors and 1,200 educators2008Ministry of Education and Youth201 trainers, 1,200 kindergarten directors and 1,200 educators are trainedNumber of trained people
89.3.Increase average spending for food for children in preschool facilities2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthAverage spending on food for children in preschool education facilities goes up by MDL 2 each yearQuota increase in spending
89.4.Upgrade the technical and material assets of preschool facilities2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth82 preschool facilities are renovatedNumber of renovated facilities
89.5.Connect preschool facilities to the gas main2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthCirca 140 preschool facilities are connected to the gas mainNumber of facilities connected to the gas main
89.6.Develop a network of preschool facilities and create centers alternative to preschool education2008Ministry of Education and Youth16 community centers are openedNumber of community centers
89.7.Provide preschool facilities with illustrative and teaching materials2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth82 preschool facilities strengthened their material and technical assetsNumber of facilities provided with teaching materials
89.8.Renovate preschool facilities within the framework of the “Education for All – Fast Track Initiative” project2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth33 preschool facilities are renovatedNumber of renovated facilities
90.Streamline the network of general secondary education facilities12 625,402008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthAt least 50 per cent of the number of facilities identified as in need for streamlining are streamlined by 2011Number of streamlined facilities
90.1.Design and endorse a Strategy to streamline the network of general secondary education facilities and a Plan of Actions2008Ministry of Education and YouthStrategy and plan of actions are developedStrategy and plan of actions are approved
90.2.Call on consultations with various stakeholders on the draft Strategy and Plan of Actions2008Ministry of Education and YouthDraft Strategy is reflected in mediaNumber of people involved in debating the draft Strategy and plan of actions
90.3.Prepare to pilot and pilot the Strategy in two districts (within the framework of the “Quality Education in Rural Areas”" project)2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthPilot projects are fulfilled in 2 districtsConclusions on implementation of pilot projects are formulated
90.4.Design, pilot and implement a new funding formula for pre-university education facilities in order to improve their financial autonomy2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthNew funding mechanism is developedNew funding mechanism is applied
91.Streamline and develop professional secondary education system104 519,002008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthProfessional secondary education system is streamlinedEnrolment rates in professional secondary education
91.1.Create, through reorganization, 8 professional secondary education schools in the field of: transportation, electronics, wood processing industry, agriculture, light industry, and food industry2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and Youth8 professional secondary schools are createdNumber of professional secondary education schools
91.2.Carry out training in mixed specialties (related): chef/cook - confectioner, waiter -barman, sewer - tailor, stone-cutter -mason - mortar-layer, mortar-layer - house painter, electric-gas welder - manual welder, tractor operator - tractor/machine operator in agriculture2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthProfessional training is rendered in about 7 mixed specialties based on a flexible curriculum for mixed professional trainingNumber of mixed specialties. Number of graduates from mixed specialties
91.3.Streamline the class sizes in terms of student numbers and teaching staff levels2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthGroups of students and FTE staff are streamlinedStudent-to-teacher ratio
91.4.Renovate and upgrade the material and technologic assets in professional training: services, constructions, agriculture, transportation, wood processing industry2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthRenovated and equipped material and technical assets for about 5 areas of professional training (services, construction, agriculture, transport, industry and wood processing)Number of facilities with renovated technical and material assets
91.5.Design and implement a flexible curriculum for mixed specialization professional training2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthCurriculum is developedCurriculum is approved
91.6.Provide teaching aids2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthTeaching aids are providedNumber of specialties provided with teaching aids
91.7.Set up a system to recruit, train and motivate staff operating in specialty disciplines within professional secondary education facilities2008 - 2009Ministry of Education and YouthA system to recruit and train staff in specialty areas within professional education facilities is developedSystem is established
92.Re-conceptualize the specialty secondary education system41 924,70208 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthSpecialty secondary education system is upgradedNumber of graduates from specialty secondary education. Number of enrolled students
92.1.Streamline the specialization of specialty secondary education facilities2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthClassifier of specialties is updatedClassifier is approved
92.2.Improve professional training programs for specialty secondary education facilities2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthPrograms are improvedNumber of specialties for which programs have been changed
92.3.Streamline the FTE staffing levels and student sizes of classes2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthGroups of students and FTE staff are streamlinedStudent-to-teacher ratio
92.4.Create opportunities for in-service professional training of teaching staff in colleges2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthTraining opportunities are provided forNumber of teaching staff retrained
92.5.Develop the material and technical foundation of education facilities specialized in constructions, public food, informatics, and medicine2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthFacilities are equippedNumber of facilities provided with equipment
92.6.Improve living conditions in hostels2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthHostels are renovatedNumber of renovated hostels
92.7.Carry out professional orientation actions and promotional campaigns2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthBetter professional orientation is ensuredNumber of actions and campaigns carried out
92.8.Design the Qualifications Framework for specialty secondary education2008Ministry of Education and YouthFramework is developedFramework is approved
93.Reconsider / upgrade pedagogic higher education152 090,402008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthPre-university education facilities are provided with qualified teaching staffNumber of graduates from pedagogic specialties hired by pre-university education facilities
93.1.Test and implement cyclical staff training at university level depending on the number of needed staff of specialties demanded occasionally2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthA cyclic training system is developed and testedSystem is operational
93.2.Improve normative framework for funding the pedagogic higher education by determining the normative needs in terms of teaching tools in order to ensure minimum quality standards2008Ministry of Education and YouthNormative framework is developedNormative framework is approved
93.3.Increase students' scholarships, including for those studying Education SciencesongoingMinistry of Education and YouthStudent scholarships, including in Education Sciences, are increased by about 30 per cent each year
93.4.Institutionalize an in-service training mechanism for the teaching staff from pedagogic higher education by: a) granting mobility scholarships, including within the country's higher education facilities (one scholarship in 5 years); b) carrying out specialized / thematic training courses within facilities2008 - 2009Ministry of Education and YouthA mechanism is developedMechanism is operational
93.5.Update university infrastructure and improve the studying and living conditions of students2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youthrenovated hostels of UPS “I. Creanga”, US “B:P:Hasdeu” from Cahul, US Tiraspol, US ”Al. Russo” from Balti, US Taraclia, US Comrat; USEFS (2008-2011). Three hostels are built for about 250 students for UPS “I. Creanga”, US Tiraspol, USEFS, capital renovation of the hostel of US “B.P.Hasdeu” from CahulNumber of renovated hostels. Number of newly built hostels
93.6.Develop an electronic roster of higher education in the Republic of Moldova2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthElectronic roster is developedElectronic roster is operational
93.7.Update university curriculum, including for Education Sciences; design / make them compatible with / do expertise of education plans and review programs for specialties under field 14 - Education Sciences2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthCurriculum is updatedNumber of specialties for which curriculum is changed
93.8.Create national bodies of experts by areas of professional training2008Ministry of Education and YouthCommittees are createdNumber of committees created
93.9.Design a National Qualifications Framework for higher education, including in field 14 - Education Sciences2008Ministry of Education and YouthNational Qualifications Framework for higher education is developedNational framework is approved
94.Reorganize residential child care system and develop a system of services alternative to institutionalization133 050,702008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthNumber of children educated in boarding schools and orphanage homes decreases by 50 per cent by 2011Number of children educated in boarding schools and orphanage homes
94.1.Improve mechanisms for earmarking capital investments depending on interventions to streamline the network of residential care facilities2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthMechanism is developedMechanism is implemented
94.2.Improve the size of classes in residential care facilities2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and Youth50 per cent of teachers from residential facilities are transferred to community schoolsNumber of teachers transferred to community schools. Number of students in classes
94.3.Revise the didactic norms in view of balancing off wages2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthTeaching norms are revisedTeaching norms are approved
94.4.Reduce the number of auxiliary staff2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and YouthNumber of auxiliary staff will go down by 10 per cent each yearStudent-to-non-teaching staff ratio
94.5.Prevent institutionalization by creating and developing community services for child and family protection (family-type homes) and alternative community Centers2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthAbout 100 children are placed in family-type community centers each yearNumber of children placed in family-type community centers
95.Ensure access to quality extracurricular education53 068,502009 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthAt least 30 per cent of the total number of children of school age are involved in extracurricular activitiesNumber of children involved in extracurricular activities
95.1.Develop a network of extracurricular education facilities and consolidate their institutional capacity2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthLeisure facilities are created with flexible working hours and catering to the needs of children and youth in terms of development, socialization and self-accomplishmentNumber of created leisure facilities with flexible working hours
95.2.Improve the quality of education in extracurricular education facilities by bringing the normative framework in the field in line with contemporary requirements2008 - 2009Ministry of Education and YouthFTE staffing norms for extracurricular facilities are developed, approved and put to workNormative framework is approved
95.3.Develop alternative education programs, particularly, in rural areas2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthEducation programs are developedEducation programs are implemented
95.4.Launch small grants contests in partnership with NGOs operating education projects2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthNumber of grants offered
95.5.Design and publish education standards and basic curriculum for extracurricular education2008Ministry of Education and YouthCore curriculum for extracurricular education is developed and approvedCurriculum is implemented
95.6.Re-launch the network of extracurricular education facilities in rural areas, by setting up amusement centers within the unused space in schools2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and Youth35 clubs for future leaders, 3 media centers for children and youth, 8 day care centers for children and youth, and 400 debate clubs are createdNumber of created centers
95.7.Consolidate the material, technical and teaching assets of facilities rendering extracurricular education services2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth70 extracurricular facility buildings are renovatedNumber of renovated buildings
95.8.Create a network of multi-functional / nonstop camps2008 - 2010Ministry of Education and Youth35 multi-functional camps with nonstop working hours are opened upNumber of created camps
96.Implement communication and information technologies in education and create an education information system201 830,002008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthNumber of schools using PCs and Internet connection in teaching various disciplines increases up to 30 per cent by 2011Number of schools using PCs and Internet connection
96.1.Implement a central level of education information system2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth, MIDCentral level is implementedCentral level is operational
96.2.Create and distribute education material and logistic support (software) for classes, in line with the new curriculum for pre-university education2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthEducation central site is createdNumber of disciplines covered with software
96.3.Create an Education Information System2008-2011Ministry of Education and YouthSystem is developedSystem is operational
96.4.Provide education facilities with PCs2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth8,000 PCs are purchasedNumber of purchased PCs
96.5.Purchase / develop software products2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth1,300 pre-university facilities are provided with software (education software)Number of facilities provided with software
96.6.Train teachers in how to use communication and information technologies in education2008-2011Ministry of Education and Youth28,000 teachers are trainedNumber of trained teachers
97.Make the national accreditation system comply with European requirements5 900,002008 - 2011Ministry of Education and YouthImprove the quality of education servicesNumber of accredited facilities
97.1.Create an Education Accreditation and Attestation Agency2008Ministry of Education and YouthAgency is createdAgency is operational
97.2.Develop a Strategy for accreditation and monitoring of accreditation of education facilities at system level2008Ministry of Education and YouthStrategy is developedStrategy is approved
97.3.Design a Strategy for teaching staff attestation2008Ministry of Education and YouthStrategy is developedStrategy is approved
97.4.Develop a Methodology for the certification of experts of external evaluation2009Ministry of Education and YouthMethodology is developedMethodology is approved
97.5.Develop accreditation standards for all types of education facilities2009Ministry of Education and YouthStandards are developedStandards are applied
97.6.Design an electronic accreditation roster in education2010-2011Ministry of Education and YouthElectronic roster is developedElectronic roster is operational
98.Create regional Centers for in-service training in the municipality of Balti (for the teaching staff from north) and Cahul (for the teaching staff from south) within higher education institutions5 662,702008 - 2009Ministry of Education and YouthCorrelate didactic degrees with education and professional standards by ensuring dynamic professional trainingBetter access to in-service training of teaching staff and education management
98.1.Carry out a competition to establish the Training Centers north and south2008Ministry of Education and YouthFacilities laying the foundation for training centers are identifiedSuggestions are approved
98.2.Develop the normative framework for making the given Centers operational2008Ministry of Education and YouthNormative framework is developedNormative framework is approved
98.3.Provide the Centers with equipment2009Ministry of Education and YouthCenters are equippedCenters are operational
99.Provide health care facilities with staff, specifically in rural areas44 517,302008 - 2011Ministry of HealthHealth care facilities from the country's cities and villages staffed with health personnelStaffing ratio for health staff in urban and rural health care facilities
99.1.Carry on implementing the mechanism of providing bonuses to young specialists working in areas as per the distribution carried out by the Ministry of HealthongoingMinistry of HealthHealth care facilities are provided with health personnelNumber of health care staff hired by facilities
99.2.Implement a mechanism to hire through competition physicians and pharmacists in the public health system2008Ministry of HealthTransparency is ensured in the hiring, professional and management promotion of physicians and pharmacists is ensuredA competitive hiring system is implemented
100.Improve policy for staff training in medical and pharmaceutical education4 359,702008–2011Ministry of HealthManagement of professional training of human resources in the health system is improved, respective required spending is streamlined and quality of health care services is improvedRatio of the number of graduates from education facilities and the number of young specialists hired following graduation
100.1.Design a Strategy to develop human resources in the health system2008-2009Ministry of HealthStrategy is developedStrategy is gradually implemented
100.2.Improve the admission criteria for medical and pharmaceutical education facilities2008Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and YouthNew admission criteria are developed for medical education facilitiesNew admission criteria are adopted
100.3.Gradually implement and improve distance learning (medical and pharmaceutical education)2008 - 2009Ministry of HealthDistance learning centers are provided with equipmentNumber of operational centers
101.Develop primary health care and community-based health care, home care and palliative care25 636,50ongoingMinistry of HealthAccess of population to quality basic health services is improvedNumber of primary health facilities from rural areas with autonomous juridical status
101.1.Increase up to 30 per cent the share of funds earmarked from the mandatory health insurance for primary health care2008-2009Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyEfficiency is improved of the allocation of funds earmarked for health systemShare of allocations earmarked for PHC from the basic funds of mandatory health insurance
101.2.Train physicians with management roles from the primary health careongoingMinistry of HealthManagement capacity of physicians to work under juridical autonomy conditions is improved in primary careNumber of trained people
101.3.Design a normative framework to render community health care, home care and palliative care services2008-2011Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildNormative framework for scaling up the network of community care services is developedNormative framework is approved
102.Improve efficiency of secondary and tertiary health care system through its upgrade and creation of Centers of Excellence252 600,002008 - 2011Ministry of HealthQuality is improved and a new more efficient and effective model for hospital care is developedHospital care services are restructured according to estimated needs and approved norms
102.1.Conduct feasibility studies on the Republican Clinical Hospital and on the setting up of a Center for Diabetes Mellitus2008Ministry of HealthNeeds to upgrade the Republican Clinical Hospital are assessedStudy is conducted
102.2.Design and initiate implementation of a general plan for hospital restructuring2008Ministry of HealthModel for hospital infrastructure is determinedMaster plan of hospitals is developed and approved by Government
102.3.Create a Center of Excellence based upon the Republican Clinical Hospital and renovate it - phase 1 and 22008-2011Ministry of HealthOperational efficiency of Republican Clinical Hospital is improved by renovating infrastructure and medical equipmentPhases 1 and 2 for the creation and renovation of Center of Excellence based upon the Republican Clinical Hospital are completed
102.4.Conduct a feasibility study on the Municipal Clinical Hospital in Balti2009Ministry of HealthNeeds to upgrade it are assessedStudy is conducted
102.5.Create a Center of Excellence based upon the Municipal Clinical Hospital in Balti (phases I and II)2010-2011Ministry of HealthOperational efficiency of Clinical Hospital in Balti is improved by renovating infrastructure and medical equipmentPhases 1 and 2 for the creation and renovation of Center of Excellence based upon the Municipal Clinical Hospital in the municipality of Balti are completed
103.Increase the role of private sector in providing health care services, including by promotion of private-public partnership and optional health insurance options482,70ongoingMinistry of HealthA more accessible, quality and comfortable health system is created, able to improve population healthHealth expenditures of the private sector as a share of total amount of health expenditures
103.1.Adjust and complete existing normative framework on private activities in health care2008 - 2009Ministry of HealthNormative framework is reviewedNormative framework is approved
103.2.Identify opportunities to out-source some services (laundry, kitchen, security etc.)2010Ministry of HealthSuggestions to outsource services are developedNumber of facilities outsourcing services
103.3.Improve the normative framework to stimulate and encourage optional health insurance options with various services not included in the basic package2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyNormative framework is reviewedNormative framework is approved
104.Improve the quality of health care and of the training of medical staff through the upgrade of material and technical assets of public health facilities and health education facilities1 933 036,60OngoingMinistry of HealthHospital infrastructure is streamlined on an ongoing basis, modern and cost-efficient equipment is provided, new treatment technologies are implemented, alongside other measures to cut down fixed costsThe share of public health facilities and health education facilities whose material and technical assets was upgraded as per assessed needs and approved standards in the total number of public health facilities and health education facilities
104.1.Improve the quality of primary health care through rehabilitation of material and technical assets, including provision with medical equipment, of health centers in rural areas2008 – 2011Ministry of HealthHealth centers from rural areas are renovated and provided with medical equipmentNumber of Health Centers renovated and provided with equipment
104.2.Improve the quality of health care provided by the team of family doctors through provision of health centers and family doctor offices from rural areas with transportation2008 – 2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyHealth centers from rural areas are provided with transportation meansNumber of Health Centers and Family doctor Offices provided with transport
104.3.Improve the quality of hospital treatment of TB patients through renovation of buildings and provision of the TB Hospital in “Vorniceni”, district of Straseni, with equipment2008 – 2011Ministry of HealthTB Hospital is renovated and provided with medical equipmentProgress in reconstruction of buildings and provision with equipment
104.4.Improve the quality of secondary health care through renovation and provision of pilot district hospitals with equipment2008 – 2009Ministry of HealthPilot district-level hospitals are renovated and provided with equipmentProgress in reconstruction of buildings and provision with equipment
104.5.Improve the quality of the training of medical staff through consolidation of material and technical assets of medical higher education and specialty secondary education2008-2011Ministry of HealthTechnical and material assets of medical higher and specialty secondary education facilities are consolidatedNumber of facilities with consolidated technical and material assets
104.6.Improve the quality of emergency health care through provision with high-performance health equipment, specifically in surgery rooms, resuscitation departments and intensive care units, and imagery departments of public health care facilities2008-2011Ministry of HealthSurgery rooms, resuscitation departments and intensive care and imagery units are provided with performance equipmentNumber of health facilities with surgery premises, resuscitation departments and intensive care and imagery units provided with performance equipment
104.7.Develop capacities for evaluation of the health system through gradual purchase of software and information equipment for an Integrated Health Information System2008 – 2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyIntegrated Health Information System network is gradually createdNumber of facilities connected to the Integrated Health Information System
105.Design and implement a quality management system in health care10 375,702008 – 2011Ministry of HealthQuality of health services is improvedLevel of population satisfaction according to the household budget survey
105.1.Design and share protocols and guidelines on various levels of health care2009-2011Ministry of HealthProtocols and guidelines are developedNumber of approved protocols and guidelines
105.2.Improve the accreditation system in health care2008Ministry of HealthNormative framework for accreditation is revisedNewly approved normative framework
105.3.Create institutional mechanisms to settle litigations with patients outside the judiciary system2008-2009Ministry of HealthInstitutional mechanisms are createdInstitutional mechanisms are operational
106.Strengthen maternal and child health care services62 811,00ongoingMinistry of HealthMillennium Development Goals are reached by reducing infant and maternal mortality ratesInfant mortality rate. Under 5 mortality rate. Maternal mortality rate.
106.1.Create and equip three regional centers for pediatric reanimation and intensive care, a referral system and assisted transportation conditions for early age children requiring intensive care therapy and resuscitation and ensure vaccination coverage in line with the National immunization program.2008-2011Ministry of HealthRegional centers and a referral system are created. Ensure a vaccination coverage of over 95% for ages and target population groups, implementation of new vaccinesRegional centers and referral system is operational. Vaccination coverage in line with the National immunization program.
106.2.Strengthening the capacities of 10 perinatological centers of the 1st level, 3 centers of the 2nd level and the perinatological center of the 3rd level in light of the transition to registering births of children weighing 500 grams after 22 weeks of gestation2008-2011Ministry of Health10 perinatological centers of the 1st level, 3 centers of the 2nd level and the perinatological center of the 3rd level have improved capacities10 perinatological centers of the 1st level, 3 centers of the 2nd level and the perinatological center of the 3rd level have improved capacities
106.3.Ensuring coverage with vaccines according to the National immunization Program2008-2010Ministry of HealthEnsuring a 95% coverage with vaccines of target ages and categories, implementation of new vaccinesThe ratio of coverage with vaccines in relation to the National immunization program.
106.4.Conduct research on the discrepancy of life expectancy at birth between women and men and subsequently develop some programs to cut down that discrepancy2010-2011Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, National Bureau of StatisticsA body of evidence is put together to inform about why there is discrepancy in life expectancyStudy is conducted
107.Scale up youth-friendly health services and ensure access to information, education and communication in youth related issues242,00ongoingMinistry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyYouth health indicators improved, specifically by reducing the incidence of STDs, including HIV/AIDS, reducing the level of unwanted pregnancy, use of drugs among adolescents etc.Proportion of adolescents 15-19 years-old in the structure of HIV-infected people
107.1.Design and endorse the normative framework and mechanisms to contract and fund youth-friendly health services2008-2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyNormative framework and mechanisms are developedNormative framework and mechanisms are approved
108.Strengthen control over communicable diseases, specifically, TB, HIV/AIDS and STDs463 999,80ongoingMinistry of HealthEfficiency of interventions to control communicable diseases is improvedOverall TB incidence. HIV incidence. Number of syphilis and gonorrhea cases per 100,000 population
108.1.Scale up and consolidate the monitoring and evaluation system for tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and sexually-transmitted infections, including create an information system for intervention-based epidemiologic surveillance of infectious diseases2008- 2011Ministry of HealthA monitoring and evaluation system is createdThe monitoring and evaluation system is operational
108.2.Implement a national campaign to fight HIV/AIDS, including to change behaviors among adolescents at high risk for HIV infection and to fight stigma, discrimination and isolation of children affected by HIV and their familiesOngoingMinistry of Health, Ministry of Education and YouthInformation campaign is implementedNumber of activities carried out under this campaign
108.3.Carry on implementing DOTS Strategy (directly observed TB therapy, short-course)OngoingMinistry of HealthStrategy is implementedNumber of cases diagnosed at early stages
108.4.Improve access of people living with HIV/AIDS to health and social careOngoingMinistry of Health, Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildCoverage of people living with HIV/AIDS with health and social care services is improvedNumber of beneficiaries receiving health care. Number of services
109.Strengthen public health by reducing the burden of non-communicable diseases9 420,20ongoingMinistry of HealthPublic health indicators are improving both at national and regional levelsIncidence and prevalence of non-communicable diseases
109.1.Design a Strategy to control non-communicable diseases2009Ministry of HealthStrategy to control non-communicable diseases is developedStrategy is approved
109.2.Prevent iodine deficiency health conditions2008-2011Ministry of Health, Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryUniversal treatment of salt with iodine in food industryNational Program to eradicate Iodine Dysfunctions is evaluated
109.3.Prevent iron deficiency health conditions2008-2011Ministry of Health, Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, Ministry of Economy and TradeNational Program to avert iron deficiency conditions is developedNational program is implemented
109.4.Implement national campaigns against tobacco and against alcohol and prevent trauma and accidents in children2009-2011Ministry of HealthInformation campaigns are carried outNumber of activities carried out within the framework of campaigns
109.5.Develop social and hygiene monitoring with efficient control over and monitoring of behavior and environmental risk factors2009Ministry of HealthInformation about behavior and environmental risk factorsSystem for social and hygiene monitoring is operational
110.Develop mental health services5 080,90ongoingMinistry of HealthBetter mental health servicesNumber of patients comprehensively integrated
110.1Improve the normative framework for mental health and create an alternative to hospitalization / care and follow-up of patients2008-2011Ministry of HealthNormative framework is developed and an alternative system is createdNormative framework is approved and an alternative system is operational
111.Improve equity and transparency within mandatory health insurance and financial protection of people facing health issues1 900,70ongoingMinistry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyMandatory health insurance system is improvedBetter coverage with mandatory health insurance (85 per cent by 2011)
111.1.Design a methodology to gradually shift from fixed amount premiums towards contributions computed as a per cent share of revenues and adjust the per capita payment mechanism depending on the differences due to demographic structure of population and number of people signed up with a family doctor2010-2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyMethodology and mechanism is developedMethodology and mechanism is adopted
111.2.Make available budgets and financial statements, and information about procurements, on the web pages of the Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance Company and public health care facilitiesongoingMinistry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyHealth care facilities are publishing their draft budgets and financial statementsNumber of health care facilities for which the information is made available on the web page
112.Develop motivation tools, including through adequate information programs for self-employed population working in agriculture in order to make them part of the mandatory health insurance scheme3 952,602008 - 2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyCoverage with mandatory health insurance of population working in agriculture is scaled upShare of people with health insurance (75 per cent by 2011)
112.1.Adequately inform employees and employers from rural areas about mandatory health insuranceongoingNational Health Insurance CompanyInformation campaigns are carried outNumber of events within campaigns
112.2.Design and apply differential insurance premiums payment schemes for self-employed people from the farming sector2010-2011Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance CompanyMechanism is developedMechanism is adopted
113.Upgrade services of structures of the National Employment Agency (NEA)247 496,702008 - 2011National Employment AgencyEfficiency and efficacy of Agency is improvedNumber of unemployed involved in active measures programs
113.1.Implement recommendations of the International Labor Organization (ILO) aiming at improving the capacity of NEA2008National Employment AgencyA plan of actions is developed based upon ILO recommendationsGradual implementation of the action plan
113.2.Develop and keep up a labor market information system, including labor force migration component2008-2011National Employment AgencyA single information system for labor markets is createdInformation system is operational
113.3.Provide regional agencies for labor force employment with space and self-information desks2009National Employment AgencySelf-information services are providedNumber of people benefiting from electronic mediation and self-information services
113.4.Design and promote a Communication Strategy and a Social Dialogue Strategy2009National Employment AgencySocial stakeholders are involved in policy development and implementationNumber of structures involved in the process
113.5.Conduct a study on the services provided and the impact of measures promoted by the NEA on the situation of youth on the labor markets2008National Employment AgencyBody of evidence for policy decisions is improvedStudy is conducted
113.6.Design and implement a Methodology for labor market review and forecasts. Develop the chapter on review and forecasts within the NEA system2008-2011Ministry of Economy and Trade, National Employment AgencyMethodology for labor market review and forecastingMethodology is applied
114.Provide for internal mobility of labor force by providing with one-off compensations to provide incentives to the labor force3 748,50ongoingNational Employment AgencyProcedures to stimulate the mobility of unemployed are implementedNumber of people benefiting from compensations
115.Create 3 centers for labor force integration for vulnerable people and three migration information centers1 590,002009National Employment AgencyCenters are created and operationalNumber of beneficiaries. Number of rendered services
116.Streamline social assistance payment system by targeting resources towards vulnerable groups of population2 413 262,502008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildSocial payments are made to the most destituteShare of quintiles I and II in the overall amount of social payments made
116.1.Substitute social assistance provided based on means testing for the nominal social compensations2008 - 2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildA system for social payments is developed based on means testingSystem is implemented
116.2.Systematically monitor and evaluate outcomes of implementing the system for social payments based on means-testing2009-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildEvaluation report is draftedEvaluation report is published
117.Design and implement an automated information system “Social Assistance”39 149,402008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildBetter record of beneficiariesSystem is operational
117.1.Develop a Concept of Automated Information System for Social Assistance and implement this system2008 - 2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildConcept and system are developedSystem is implemented
117.2.Integrate the automated information system for Child Protection into the automated information system for Social Assistance2008-2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildChild Protection is integrated into the automated information system for Social AssistanceSystem is integrated
118.Create a national network of social workers, including developing a system of incentives for social workers and local public administration to keep those running464,202008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildA network of social workers is createdNumber of trained social workers
118.1.Develop and promote a Strategy for in-service training of staff working in the field of social assistance2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildCurriculum for in-service training in social care is developedCurriculum is approved
118.2.Create professional supervision mechanisms for social assistants and social workers2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildMechanism is developedMechanism is approved
119.Streamline the social care services system by deinstitutionalizing children and adults from the residential care system and their reintegration back into community by providing them with family-type community services125 857,502008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, Ministry of Education and YouthNumber of people in residential facilities is reducedNumber of deinstitutionalized people
119.1.Design a strategic framework for the deinstitutionalization of adults2009-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildStrategic framework is developedStrategic framework is approved
119.2.Complex evaluation of residential care facilities and beneficiaries from a social service provision and costs to the beneficiary points of view2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, Ministry of Education and YouthAll residential care facilities for children and adults are evaluatedPlan to reorganize residential care facilities is developed
119.3.Design mechanisms to safeguard and re-channel financial resources from the residential care system towards social care service development2008 - 2009Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Education and YouthMechanism is developedMechanism is approved
119.4.Design mechanisms to separate education services from those associated with residential care facilities2008 - 2009Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, Ministry of Education and YouthMechanism is developedMechanism is approved
119.5.Design a mechanism to separate health care services from social care services in residential care facilities2008 - 2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, Ministry of HealthMechanism is developedMechanism is approved
119.6.Design a system to avert institutionalization in all territorial -administrative units for all categories of beneficiaries2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildLegal framework for prevention is completedPrevention system is implemented
120.Develop an integrated social service system112 924,002008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildQuality and accessible social servicesNumber of service recipients. Number of social services by types
120.1.Develop legal framework for an integrated social care service system2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildLegal framework to develop an integrated social service system is developedLegal framework is approved
120.2.Design and promote minimum quality standards for social care services2008-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildStandards are developedStandards are approved
120.3.Develop a mechanism for the accreditation of service providers and quality inspection of social care services2008 -2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildAccreditation mechanism is developedMechanism is implemented
120.4.Design and implement a mechanism to contract social care services2008 - 2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, MFMechanism is developedMechanism is implemented
121.Reform the system for the evaluation and assessment of disability and vital work capacity658 759,902008 - 2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, Ministry of HealthBetter inclusion of people with disabilities is ensuredDisability assessment system is reformed
121.1.Design and approve a legal framework for social protection of people with disabilities2008 - 2009Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildLegal framework is developedLegal framework is adopted
121.2.Develop a strategic framework to reform the disability and work capacity assessment system2008Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildStrategic framework is developedStrategic framework is approved
121.3.Pilot / test the disability and work capacity assessment system2009Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildSystem testing doneRecommendations to implement it country wide
121.4.Design a normative framework for the disability and work capacity assessment system2009-2011Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildNormative framework is developed and approvedNormative framework is implemented
122.Create a system for forecasting in state social insurance464,202008 – 2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildState social insurance budget is developed and it provides for future demographic and economic scenariosModels for pension system simulation are applied
122.1.Design a forecasting methodology2008Ministry of Economy and TradeMethodology is developedMethodology is applied
122.2.Identify and develop a set of primary indicators (economic and demographic forecasts)2009Ministry of Economy and Trade, National Bureau of StatisticsIndicators are developedIndicators are applied
122.3.Adjust and make use of software for the modeling of economic and demographic situation2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildModeling application is adjustedModeling software for pension situation is applied
123.Unify the pension system19 898 423,402008-2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildA unified pension systemReplacement rate in line with the European Social Charter norms
123.1.Change the legal framework to implement the principle of correlation between the size of premiums paid and the size of pensions received and align the replacement co-efficient to European norms2008 - 2010Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and ChildNational legislation in the field brought in line with European standardsLegislation is approved
123.2.Develop the segment of personal records keeping for taxpayers from the agrarian sector, 2008-20092008 - 2009Ministry of Social Protection, Family, and Child, National Social Insurance CompanySystem is developedSystem is operational
PRIORITY 5: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
124.Create and consolidate facilities and tools to implement regional development policy67 324,14ongoingMinistry of Local Public AdministrationAll facilities and tools for regional development are createdAll facilities and tools are created
124.1.Complete and approve National Strategy for Regional Development2008Ministry of Local Public AdministrationNational Strategy for Regional Development is developedNational Strategy for Regional Development is approved
124.2.Develop and approve regulations for the National Council for Regional Development, regional councils for development and for regional development Agencies2008Ministry of Local Public AdministrationRegulations are developedRegulations are approved by the Government
124.3.Set up a National Council for Regional Development and regional councils for development and subsequently create regional development association in the development regions North, Center, and South2008Ministry of Local Public AdministrationInstitutions are createdInstitutions are operational
124.4.Complete and adopt regional development strategies and operational plans with involvement of local public administration authorities, NGOs and private sector2008Ministry of Local Public AdministrationDocuments are developedDocuments are approved
124.5.Create a harmonized funding mechanism to channel budget funds and external moneys to the investment projects identified in the regional development strategies2008Ministry of Local Public Administration, Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of FinanceA funding mechanism is createdMechanism is operational
125.Ensure the functionality of the Regional Development Department of the Ministry of Local Public Administration1 276,002008Ministry of Local Public AdministrationCapacity of Ministry of Local Public Administration is consolidated to promote regional development policySpecialized department is operational
126.Implement regional development projects and programs with emphasis on the development regions Center, North and South612 500,00ongoingMinistry of Local Public AdministrationDisparities in regional development are reducedAmount of implemented project budgets in those three regions (thousand MDL)
126.1.Train and consult regional stakeholders to attract additional resources for regional development projectsongoingMinistry of Local Public AdministrationCapacity of regional stakeholders is consolidatedAmount of sources brought in additionally for project implementation
126.2.Carry out public contests and select - subject to the criteria set out - the most adequate project proposals in regionsongoingMinistry of Local Public AdministrationContests are carried out according to criteriaNumber of projects selected for implementation
126.3.Monitor and evaluate regional development project implementationongoingMinistry of Local Public AdministrationA monitoring and evaluation system is createdMonitoring and evaluation system is developed and implemented
127.Set up three industrial parks in regional growth poles33 300,002008 - 2011Ministry of Economy and Trade3 industrial parks set upPer cent increase in foreign direct investment; Number of jobs created
127.1.Pre-feasibility study and cost-benefit analysis for 3 pilot industrial parks2008Ministry of Economy and TradeStudy is carried outStudy contains recommendations regarding the feasibility of setting up industrial parks
127.2.Feasibility study (review of potential growth poles, market review, environmental impact assessment)2008 - 2009Ministry of Economy and TradeStudy is carried outStudy contains recommendations regarding the feasibility of setting up industrial parks in specific locations
127.3.Renovate infrastructure, consolidate service providers, create partnerships and carry out other necessary activities for setting up industrial parks identified2008-2011Ministry of Economy and TradeActivities are carried outNumber of industrial parks set up
128.Establish a Free Economic Zone “Airport of Marculesti”20,002008-2011Ministry of Economy and TradeIncrease air traffic and air transportation of goods; increase the number of enterprises operating in this fieldNumber of enterprises in the Free Economic Zone
128.1.Design a feasibility study on the establishment of a Free Economic Zone “Airport of Marculesti”;2008 - 2009Ministry of Economy and TradeStudy is carried outStudy contains recommendations regarding the feasibility of establishing a Free Economic Zone
128.2.Design a draft law on the Free Economic Zone “Airport of Marculesti”;2009Ministry of Economy and TradeLegislative and normative framework is developed to underpin the operation of the Free Economic ZoneLegislative and normative framework is adopted
128.3.Set up a regional logistics center of Cargo type within the framework of the Free Economic Zone “Airport of Marculesti”2009-2011Ministry of Economy and Trade
129.Improve the management of agriculture lands27 000,002008 - 2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, State Agency for Land Relations and CadastreOptimal conditions for work on farming lands are secured/improved productivity of farming landsProductivity of farming lands Gross value added per hectare
129.1.Implement pilot projects to consolidate / re-parcell farming lands20 000,002008 - 2009Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, State Agency for Land Relations and CadastreArea of consolidated / re-parcelled farming lands is increasedArea of consolidated / re-parcelled farming lands
129.2.Conduct a study on the impact of implementing pilot projects to consolidate farming lands2010-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryImpact is assessedStudy is conducted
129.3.Develop a concept on Agriculture Information System2008 - 2009Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryConcept is developedConcept is approved
130.Create and implement an integral system to augment and reproduce soil fertility2 989,002009 - 2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Center for Applied PedologySoil fertility is kept up and improvedIntegrated system to augment and reproduce soil fertility
130.1.Design an applied information framework for gradual shift to an alternative system of organic fertilization and reproduction of soil fertility2010Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Center for Applied PedologyAn electronic agropedological database on soils is createdNumber of people benefiting from information
130.2.Provide for and implement technologies for organic fertilization of soils within pilot pedogeographic regions2009-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Center for Applied PedologyDemo lots are created within some pilot lands developed under various pedoclimatic conditionsNumber of seminars. Number of media events
130.3.Design and implement a national plan for gradual shift to an alternative system for organic fertilization of soils2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Center for Applied PedologyA national plan for gradual shift to an alternative system for organic fertilization of soils is developedImplementation report
131.Renovate irrigation systems482 790,002008 - 2011Agency “Apele Moldovei”Increased level of supply with irrigations systems for farming landsArea of irrigated land
131.1.Renovate existing irrigation systems2008-2011Agency “Apele Moldovei”Irrigation systems are rehabilitated on a surface area of 16.8 thousand ha (15 districts)Area of irrigated land
131.2.Create water consumer associations2008-2011Agency “Apele Moldovei”Capacity to use water resources is increasedNumber of created associations
132.Develop a system to provide mechanical services81 000,00ongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryNetwork of mechanical service providers is consolidatedProvision with farming equipment
132.1.Create technological stations for machinery to serve the needs of farming households in terms of agriculture equipmentongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food Industry50 technological stations for machinery are created each yearNumber of created stations
133.Develop marketing infrastructure in agriculture85 300,00ongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food Industry, AGRO InformSector of marketing services is developedNumber of wholesale markets. Number of marketing associations
133.1.Provide opportunities to create 3 regional wholesale markets (bids for farming products)2008-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, AGROInform3 regional wholesale markets are createdNumber of operational wholesale markets
133.2.Provide opportunities to set up marketing associations2008-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, AGROInformMarketing associations are created and developNumber of created marketing associations
133.3.Create an Information and Marketing Center for Agriculture and Food2008-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, AGROInformInformation and Marketing Center is createdNumber of people benefiting from information about agriculture and food marketing
134.Strengthen capacity of small-size and medium-size enterprises from rural areas to process farming products with high added value29 000,002008 - 2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryGrowing number of SMEs processing food products with high value addedNumber of SMEs processing food products with high value added
134.1.Conduct a study on the potential to develop the SME sector of the processing of food with high value added2008Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryPotential for the SME sector development of the processing of food with high value added is identifiedStudy is conducted
134.2.Facilitate the creation in rural areas of enterprises to process farming raw materials with high value added, certified in line with community market requirementsongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustrySMEs processing of farming raw materials with high value added are developedNumber of created enterprises processing farming raw materials with high value added
134.3.Implement a program to bring legislation in line with EC directives (design and implement technical regulations)ongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryNormative acts are harmonizedNumber of harmonized acts
135.Facilitate the creation of small-size and medium-size farms for animal husbandry in villages outside community settlements100 998,002009 - 2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryEnvironment situation is improved in rural settlementsNumber of small-size and medium-size farms built outside communities
135.1.Train animal owners in the sanitary and epidemiological and environment situation of settlements and the danger of cohabitating in the same courtyard of humans and animals and promote the creation of animal husbandry farms at the outskirts of community settlements2009-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryHigher awareness of population about the health and hygienic situation and environment situation in communitiesNumber of trained people. Number of media events on the issue
135.2.Implement modern technologies at the small-size and medium-size farms located on the outskirts of settlements that would be adjusted to environment and health and hygiene norms, according to EU requirements, by providing subsidies from the Fund for Agriculture Subsidies2009-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryProvide farms located on the outskirts with up-to-date technologiesNumber of farms provided with up-to-date technology
136.Facilitate the creation of a network of slaughter houses in line with EU standards210 000,002009 - 2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryA network of slaughter houses is createdNumber of slaughter houses
137.Keep up and improve the genetic pool for animal breeding109 350,00ongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryGenetic pool of animals is improvedNumber of breeding animals
138.Create veterinary legislative and executive frameworks in line with EU standards75 450,002008-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustrySafety of animal products is ensuredShare of animal products traded in line with EU standards
138.1.Create performance laboratories empowered to certify the conformity of animal products heading for domestic markets and community exports2008-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryHigh performance laboratories are createdNumber of created laboratories
138.2.Scale up and implement on a wide scale a project to identify animalsongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryAnimal traceability program is applied all over the countryNumber of reported animals
138.3.Bring the veterinary health legislation in line with EC directives, design and implement norms, regulations in veterinary health, following EU recommendationsongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryVeterinary normative acts are harmonizedNumber of harmonized normative acts
138.4.Create a Veterinary Health Agency and safety of food products2009Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryCreation of a Veterinary Health Agency is completed alongside the safety of food productsVeterinary Health Agency and safety of food products are created and are operational
139.Build capacity of national laboratory and assure the quality of services rendered to beneficiaries by reorganizing and equipping it in line with EU norms8 887,402008-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryLaboratory is working in line with EU normsLaboratory is reorganized and provided with supplies and equipment
140.Improve quality and competitiveness of vine and wine products393 316,40ongoingAgro industrial Agency “Moldova-Vin”Better quality of domestic vine and wine productsHigher exports of vine and wine products
140.1.Stimulate the creation of a modern framework for vine raw materials to produce high quality wines, with names of origin and geographic indicationsongoingAgroindustrial Agency “Moldova-Vin”Better quality of raw vine materialShare of high quality raw material in the overall raw material
140.2.Improve and streamline the quality assurance system for alcohol products, implement tools to test the safety of alcohol products in line with international requirementsongoingAgroindustrial Agency “Moldova-Vin”System for product quality control is improvingHigher volumes of vine and wine products are exported
140.3.Ensure the registration and protection of state trademarks on the trading marketsongoingAgroindustrial Agency “Moldova-Vin”Cases of surrogates and counterfeiting of alcohol products under one's trademark ownership are avertedCases of surrogates or counterfeiting of alcohol products under state's trademark ownership are eliminated
140.4.Provide new genotypes and provide technological assistance to keep up the genetic pool of vinesongoingAgroindustrial Agency “Moldova-Vin”Proportion of quality wines is increased by 30 per centShare of highest quality wines in the total amount
141.Strengthen capacity and scale up rural extension network146 002,10ongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Rural Development Agency “ACSA”Access to training and operational information is ensuredImproved productivity and competitive products
141.1.Scale up rural extension network2010-2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Rural Development Agency “ACSA”Access to information and consultancy is scaled upNumber of hired consultants
141.2.Create a training center for in-service training of consultants and training of rural entrepreneurs and farmers, as well as of specialists from the district-level and local public administration2009-2010Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Rural Development Agency “ACSA”Training Center is createdNumber of trained people
141.3.Provide local extension centers and regional centers with office equipment2008-2009Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Rural Development Agency “ACSA”350 local centers and 35 regional centers are provided with office equipmentNumber of local centers equipped
141.4.Create an information system in agriculture marketing2008Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry, National Rural Development Agency “ACSA”Electronic database on suppliers and trade marketsNumber of people benefiting from information
142.Update higher and professional secondary education in agriculture398 647,002008 - 2011Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryMake the education system in agriculture meet the needs of marketsPlanned works are implemented
142.1.Design a national framework of qualifications for agriculture related specialties2008Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryFramework is developed and implementedFramework is operational
142.2.Design and approve a roster of enterprises, households, and facilities which could serve as hands-on training ground for studentsongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryAgricultural facilities and enterprises are selectedNumber of contracted agricultural facilities and enterprises. Number of trainees per year.
143.Improve efficiency of use of public funds for agriculture development32 687,90ongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryHuman and financial resources are used efficientlyGrowth rate of farming products
143.1.Revise and reform existing system of subsidiesongoingMinistry of Agriculture and Food IndustryMethodology for subsidies is developedMethodology for subsidies is endorsed and is implemented Number of subsidy recipients
143.2.Create an Agency for Payments and Interventions in Agriculture2008Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryAgency for Payments and Interventions in Agriculture is createdAgency for Payments and Interventions in Agriculture is operational
144.Improve soil fertility by providing for some anti-erosion reforms203 000,002008 - 2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastrePlanned works are carried outVolume of works
144.1.Clean up the dry-out canals in order to lower the water level and shore lines to regulate water run-offs2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastrePlanned works are carried outLength of canals cleaned up [165 km]
144.2.Build anti-erosion and excavated ponds2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastrePlanned works are carried outNumber and land surface of created ponds [45]
144.3.Dry out and improve soil fertility2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastrePlanned works are carried outLength of canals built [240 km]
144.4.Deforest perennial plantations and make use of deforested lands in agriculture2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastrePlanned works are carried outLand surface area with deforested perennial plantations [3500 ha]
144.5.Protective forest development works and sow protection forest strips2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastrePlanned works are carried outSurface area sown to protection forest fences [100 ha]
145.Streamline use of land resources71 748,002008 - 2011Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre, Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryUse of land resources is improvedAll planned works are carried out
145.1.Design land development projects2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre, Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryLand development projects are designed and implementedNumber of implemented projects
145.2.Delineate lands in public property2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre, Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryLands in public property are identified and registeredSurface area of public lands identified and registered
145.3.Design an information system “Cadastre of Land Assets”.2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre, Ministry of Agriculture and Food IndustryDatabase on land assets is createdDatabase on the land cadastre is operational
146.Complete the creation of a cadastre of real estate174 600,002008-2011Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre
146.1.Complete cadastre works in 650 communities by identifying and defining ownership over some 700,000 immovable assets2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreNumber of communities where cadastre works have been completed
146.2.Complete a first high-scale primary registration: overall 700,000 real estates2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreNumber of real estates registered
146.3.Correct 190,000 errors committed when designing cadastre plans2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreNumber of errors corrected
146.4.Improve the quality of real estate roster2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreA new real estate evaluation system is implemented
146.5.Develop a cadastre's information system2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreA new real estate evaluation system is implemented; number of users resorting to cadastre information; number of requests to the database, number of real estate transactions, number of reported mortgages
147.Create an Infrastructure of Geographic and Spatial Data on the Republic of Moldova and integrate it with international data73 170,002008 - 2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreNational Infrastructure for Geospatial Data is created in line with European standards. Database is operational.Distance in km of roads by altitude. Number of continuous stations. Number of gravimetric stations. Number of reference stations
147.1.Create and keep up National Networks for Geodesy, Altitudes, Gravimetry and Continuous Reference2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreGeodesic and gravimetric networks are created. Satellite positioning system “Moldpost” is createdCatalogues with coordinates of geodesic, gravimetric and altitude marks are published
147.2.Create GIS “Main Digital Map” for the National Geographic Information System2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreDigital map is createdDatabase is operational
147.3.Get integrated into the Europe's Infrastructure of Geospatial Data2008-2011Agency for Land Relations and CadastreDigital map is created. Standards ISO/TC 21 in the area of geographic informationDatabase is operational
148.Rehabilitation and extension of water supply and sewerage systems2 844 871,002008 - 2011Agency “Apele Moldovei”Rehabilitation and extension of water supply and sewerage systems in 29 urban settlements (municipalities and towns) and 717 rural settlements (communes and villages)Higher share of people with access to water and sewerage and lower pollution of water sources
148.1.Carry out works for rehabilitation and extension of water provision systems2008-2011Agency “Apele Moldovei”Rehabilitation of water supply systems in 22 - urban settlements and 502 rural settlementsHigher share of people with access to water and sewerage
148.2.Rehabilitation of sewerage systems2008-2011Agency “Apele Moldovei”Sewerage systems in 7 urban settlements and 215 rural settlements are rehabilitatedDecreased pollution of water sources
149.Scale up lands sown to forests, regenerate and afforest barren lands pertaining to the forestry service111 596,302008 - 2011State Agency MoldsilvaCountry's level of forestation is increasedLand surface area sown to forests
150.Design a Strategy on waste management2 000,002009 - 2010Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesStrategy on waste management is developedStrategy is approved
150.1.Evaluate existing situation in waste management, including review of legal and institutional framework, in view of EU directives closing in2009 - 2010Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesNeeds are evaluatedRecommendations are formulated
150.2.Set priorities in waste management and provide for separate collection of solid household wastes2009 - 2010Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesPolicy priorities are determinedRecommendations are formulated
151.Streamline and upgrade to a rational system for monitoring over the situation and evolution of hydro meteorological conditions, including natural hazards and environment quality9 856,002008 - 2009Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesGetting timely and quality hydro meteorological dataNumber of people affected and amount of material damage/loss
151.1.Buy and mount 11 automated meteorological stations, coupled with visualization systems guided by orders2008Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesEquipment is purchased11 new meteorological stations are operational
151.2.Buy and mount 2 automated stations to monitor the quality of air in the municipality of Chisinau2008 - 2009Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesEquipment is purchased2 new stations for air quality monitoring are operational
151.3.Buy and install 3 posts to monitor air quality in the municipality of Chisinau and the town of Cahul2008 - 2009Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesEquipment is purchased3 new posts for air quality monitoring are operational
151.4.Design a regional and national database to improve the hydro meteorologic natural disaster warning and forecasting systems2008 - 2009Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesDatabase is developedDatabase is operational
151.5.Implement new tools for forecasts in the long run for weather and dangerous hydro meteorological phenomena. Improve natural disaster warning systems2008 - 2009Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesNew forecasts methods are developedMethods are approved
151.6.Buy equipment, software and supplies needed to set up and equip the National Center for Monitoring of Climate Hazards2008 - 2009Ministry of Environment and Natural ResourcesEquipment is purchasedNational Center for Monitoring of Climate Hazards is operational
MONITORING AND EVALUATION
152.Develop information infrastructure for the National Bureau for Statistics13 351,002008-2011National Bureau of StatisticsInformation infrastructure based on modern approaches to using information technologies is developed and implementedInfrastructure is operational
152.1.Develop a strategy for an information system for the National Bureau of Statistics2008National Bureau of StatisticsStrategy for sustainable development of the NBS' information system is developedStrategy is adopted
152.2.Develop a single design for the database, with indicators2008 - 2010National Bureau of StatisticsStructure is developedStructure is approved
152.3.Design and implement information subsystems relevant to statistics production2008-2011National Bureau of StatisticsInformation subsystems are developedInformation subsystems are operational
152.4.Create a Internet portal for the National Bureau for Statistics to ensure the submission of statistical reports in electronic form by economic agents2008 - 2009National Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Informational DevelopmentInternet portal is createdStatistical reports submitted by economic agents in electronic form
152.5.In-service training in information technologies2008-2011National Bureau of StatisticsBetter knowledge of NBS staff about information technologyNumber of trained staff
152.6.Update methods for statistical data sharing both by means of web technologies and by more traditional ways2008-2011National Bureau of StatisticsWeb technologies are implemented for large-scale data sharingWeb technologies for data sharing are implemented
152.7.Improve the statistics information system for regional development2008 - 2010National Bureau of StatisticsSystem is developedStatistical data by regions is offered to users
153.Design national statistical Classifiers aligned to European Union standards300,002009 - 2011National Bureau of StatisticsClassifier of Activities in the Economy of Moldova (CAEM) and Statistical Classifier of Products in Moldova (goods and services) are developed and implementedProcess of shifting to the new classifiers is completed
153.1.Design and implement CAEM in line with the new version of the Nomenclature of Activities in the European Union (NACE rev. II)2008 - 2010National Bureau of StatisticsNew version of the Classifier of Economic Activities of Moldova is approvedTransition to the new CAEM classifier is completed
153.2.Design and implement the statistical Classifier of Products in Moldova (goods and services), in line with the new version of the Classifier of Products and Activities in European Union (CPA)2009-2011National Bureau of StatisticsNew version of the Statistical Classifier of Products (goods and services) is approvedTransition to the new classifier of Products is completed
154.First General Census in Agriculture93 572,002008 - 2011National Bureau of StatisticsData on the current situation in agriculture is obtainedInformation is processed and offered to users
154.1.Design a program, methodological rules and tools for conducting the general census in agriculture2008National Bureau of StatisticsProgram, regulations and tools are developedProgram, regulations and tools are approved
154.2.Prepare and carry out a test census2008National Bureau of StatisticsRaw data are collectedRaw data are processed
154.3.Do preparatory works and carry out the census per se2008 - 2009National Bureau of StatisticsCensus is carried outCensus is completed
154.4.Get, process, generalize, review and share data2009-2011National Bureau of StatisticsGet totals of the censusProcessed information is published
155.Design a system of analysis and forecast of the number of population in the Republic of Moldova on the basis of creating a demographic database and a package of programs to process information2 300,002009National Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of Informational Development, Border Guards ServiceThe system of population analysis and forecast is designedForecasting the number of population
156.Prepare and conduct new statistical research on households on issues connected to the labor market5 002,702008 - 2011National Bureau of StatisticsStatistical publications are developed based on survey resultsSurvey results are published
156.1.Prepare and conduct a household survey on labor force migration as a module auxiliary to the basic research Labor Force Survey2008National Bureau of StatisticsAnalytical report is developed based on the results of the Survey on Labor Force MigrationSurvey results are published
156.2.Prepare and conduct a household survey on child labor as a module auxiliary to the basic research Labor Force Survey2010National Bureau of StatisticsA statistical publication is developed based on the results of the surveySurvey results are published
156.3.Prepare and conduct a household survey on youth entering labor markets as a module auxiliary to the basic research Labor Force Survey2008 - 2009National Bureau of StatisticsA statistical publication is developed based on the results of the surveySurvey results are published
156.4.Prepare and conduct a household survey on use of time2008-2011National Bureau of StatisticsA statistical publication is developed based on the results of the surveySurvey results are published
157.Carry out a population health survey457,402009 - 2010National Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of HealthSurvey is conductedSurvey results are published
158.Improve the methodology for calculating the Consumer Price Index (CPI) by adjusting the influence of quality of products on evolution of prices392,602009 - 2010National Bureau of StatisticsImproved methodology to compute CPIData shared on CPI in line with European Union standards
159.Design financial accounts for SCN1 178,402009 - 2011National Bureau of StatisticsFinancial account is developed in line with international standardsExperimental computations are made
160.Design the methodology for calculation of Industry Production Index273,702008 - 2009National Bureau of StatisticsMethodology, tools and software are developedIndex is computed experimentally based on new methodology
161.Design the methodology for calculation of construction price indices1 123,002009 - 2011National Bureau of StatisticsNew computation methodology is developedIndex is computed experimentally based on new methodology
Table No. 2.Table with indicative costs of the Action Plan for implementation of the National Development Strategy 2008-2011
Costs1(thousand MDL)
2008200920102011Total
No.Description of actionTotalBudget 2008TA2GapTotalMTEFTAGapTotalMTEFTAGapTotalMTEFTAGapTotalMTEFTAGap
PREREQUISITE 1: ENSURING MACROECONOMIC STABILITY
1.Ensure and maintain price stability
2.Maintain banking system stability by improving further the banking regulations and oversight
3.Maintain a floating currency exchange system and set the official exchange rate of Moldovan Leu (MDL) to the US dollar (USD) based upon exchange rates prevailing on the currency markets
4.Promote fiscal administration reforms410544105441102369404162238602386025053250531310701269084162
5.Improve public finance management system100009100009714756793535392470110608140933076493922137222694818794439004
6.Carry out reforms in accounting and audit in line with international norms20020064004163593400413359100002829718
7.Create and implement the informational automated system of electronic public procurement30003000600060006000600015000300012000
PREREQUISITE 2: CONSOLIDATING THE CAPACITY OF LOCAL AND CENTRAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
8.Separate the role of policy development and that of policy implementation within central public administration14168400010168300030003000300020002000221681200010168
9.Improve decision-making, strengthen policy review and monitoring and evaluation, and streamline the reporting process5313531353135313
10.Consolidate a body of motivated and professional public servants2705610002605626212000621241520004153210300021035302800027302
11.Equip Local Public Authorities with electronic equipment and integrate them into the national information system6000600030003000300030001200012000
12.Reform the local public funds system48048024564118244462359423235714863762048017
PRIORITY 1: STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY BASED ON THE RULE OF LAW AND RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
13.Ensure effective access to justice for socially vulnerable people by reforming the system rendering state-guaranteed legal aid384038406840142454163840142424161452066887832
14.Build up seven Detention Homes63063017544917544976000760006800068000320079630319449
15.Renovate 6 penitentiaries (Taraclia, Lipcani, Soroca, Rusca, Pruncul, and Goian)13701370783074124187802780261984000219823200205842616
16.Build a mother and child home within Penitentiary no.7 - Rusca200200200200
17.Develop a Probation Service68326832874618696877817318696304817318696304319241244019484
18.Design and adopt the normative framework to implement the Law on Mediation and on setting up of mediation services24242424
19.Set up a judiciary information system8930018200711004800480048004800989002780071100
20.Make information tools available to the coercive execution system476476466466942942
21.Implement the legal and institutional framework to strengthen the independence of judiciary system24242424
22.Consolidate the National Institute of Justice in order to ensure quality training of judges and other groups of staff operating within the judiciary system7807809439943994399439193919392159678020816
23.Reform justice funding through implementation of a transparent mechanism for budget planning and budgetary control over judiciary system
24.Promote signing bilateral agreements in labor migration for migrant workers8686868686868686345345
25.Ensure a framework of minimum social guarantee for migrant workers originating from the Republic of Moldova26926924124124124125325310031003
26.Establish sustainable international cooperation relations, acquire knowledge and international skills in order to identify and eliminate cross-border entry points for human being trafficking operating both in the Republic of Moldova and abroad2929243312122553222326834234794126668
27.Create a National Referral system to protect and support the victims and potential victims of human being trafficking – a framework for collaboration between government structures and civil society in combating human being trafficking (NRS)121512151162411681045611307120610101106021266933634748485529893
28.Update the anti-corruption normative framework as per provisions of international acts224137872241378792929292632458174
29.Consolidate the capacity of Center for Combating Economic Crimes and Corruption (CCECC) in preventing and fighting of corruption9363161377502025169433117791779186818681503569548081
30.Raise public awareness about corruption and build the trust of population to the work of the Center74338835549338810538838838838820121552460
31.Implement international tools in the area of anticorruption and cooperate with foreign and international facilities working in the field89789792592595495498598537623762
32.Set up automated systems for road traffic surveillance on the national highways serving international routes within the country on the road segments with high rates of traffic accidents9500950094009400940094002830028300
33.Expand the staffing units for statutory inspections and morals within police departments by one position of psychologist (civil servant)10581058