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Advocate from Moldova Speaks on COVID-19 and Deinstitutionalization at Regional UN Consultation

On February 25, 2021 the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities held a consultation with persons with disabilities through their representative organizations on the theme: “From isolation, invisibility and segregation into inclusion of persons with disabilities in the community. Identifying and overcoming barriers to the successful process of deinstitutionalization.” This regional consultation for Eastern Europe and...
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CRPD Implementation in the EU – Support for Deinstitutionalization of People with Disability in the Republic of Moldova

People with disabilities have the right to live in the community receiving adequate support according to their needs, according to Article 19 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
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More Than Half of People with Disabilities Say Their Families Are Economically and Socially Affected By the COVID-19 Pandemic

Almost 50% of people with disabilities say they have not had access to information about the pandemic, and 51% say they have felt much more nervous during this period. In a study conducted by Keystone Moldova Association and the Alliance of Organizations for People with Disabilities in the Republic of Moldova (AOPD), the most common...
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Liliana Malancea Receives the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award

Keystone Human Services is proud to announce that Liliana Malancea is this year's recipient of the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award for her contributions to her community and her role in making Keystone's vision real in the lives of others. Liliana founded the Unitate Community Center in Tudora, Moldova, an after school program providing social...
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Keystone Moldova Receives Two Zero Project Awards

Keystone Moldova has received two awards from the Zero Project for the Community for All – Moldova program and the Alternativ Forum Theatre. The Community for All-Moldova program is supporting people with disabilities to leave institutions and live in the community. The Forum Theater is using interactive performances to teach students to stop discrimination and...
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Kindergarten Inclusion

When you look at Ruxanda, you see two keen eyes, two braids, and a big smile. Every morning, she wakes up early, gets dressed, and goes to kindergarten, where she has many friends and spends the day playing with the other children and discovering the world.
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ANCOR Direct Support Professional of the Year in Moldova

Congratulations to Natalia Dediu, the ANCOR Direct Support Professional of the Year for the Republic of Moldova! As a direct support professional within Keystone Moldova, Natalia has supported people with disability to live full lives in the community. Thank you for your commitment to our mission and vision, Natalia!
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Share the Possibilities with the Children of Moldova this #GivingTuesday

On November 28 on #GivingTuesday, join Keystone Human Services International in raising money to support the children who attend the Unitate Community Center in Tudora, Moldova. You can share the possibilities of a bright future. Learn more
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Dr. Ludmila Malcoci of Keystone Human Services International Receives Professional Leadership Award

Dr. Ludmila Malcoci, Keystone Human Services International’s Regional Director for Eastern and Central Europe, is the 2017 recipient of the Dr. Joseph Adlestein Professional Leadership Award.
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Veronica Rotaru Received ANCOR’s 2017 International Direct Support Professional of the Year Award

Keystone Human Services is pleased to announce that Veronica Rotaru has received ANCOR’s 2017 Direct Support Professional of the Year in the Republic of Moldova Award! This is the first time that a direct support professional in Moldova has received this award.
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