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  • 12/30/2015

    Home is the best place ever!

    September 1st has signed the beginning of a new chapter in other’s 15 years-old youngster. Sandu has recently left the Auxiliary School of Nisporeni and turned home, in the natal village, accompanied by three classmates.
  • 12/22/2015

    The big distance is not a reason for Vasile to give up on school

    Vasile is another child, who turned back home after years of institutionalization … he also had to stay away from his family because ...
  • 12/17/2015

    Nina Aga,
    Foster carer, Village of Bravicea, Calarasi District

    We found Aga spouses and their two foster children engaged into a “sweet activity” in the family’s kitchen that was spreading around sweet fragrance of plum jam.
  • 12/14/2015

    "Please, stop calling them 'institutionalized children'! They deserve to be treated like their siblings!"

    Maria is one of those children who turned back home, this year, from the residential institutions. The girl was placed in care system when she was little and turned home being almost a young lady. ....
  • 12/9/2015

    Veronica Harea,
    Foster Carer, village of Bravicea of Calarasi District

    Since 2011, when Mr. and Mrs. Harea became foster family, in their house found love and care 7 children. Veronica and his husband decided to become foster carers being deeply impressed by the negative effects of migration,
  • 11/19/2015

    Lidia Sinighin,
    Foster Carer, Ungheni District

    The role of a foster carer implies much devotion. With two disabled children in placement, Mrs. Sinighin is a vivid proof showing that such professionals do exist. Her gesture is more than an act of courage – it’s a proof of altruism and self-denial for the sake of others.
  • 11/10/2015

    Ecaterina Zgureanu,
    Foster Carer, Ungheni District

    A beautiful girl with curly hair and kind eyes opened us when we knocked at the door of Zgureanu Family.
  • 11/3/2015

    Olga Bobeico,
    Foster Carer, village of Alexeevca, Ungheni District

    Olga Bobeico can be called a promoter of the Foster Care Service among the inhabitants of the village Alexeevca in the district of Ungheni. To prove it are the five foster carers in this community, who followed Bobeico family’s example to offer care to children in desperate need of parental affection.
  • 10/28/2015

    Maria Ţurcanu,
    Foster Carer, village of Radenii Vechi, Ungheni District

    Mrs. Turcanu was recruited along with the first group of foster parents in the District of Ungheni, when only few brave hearts took the risk of becoming “professional parents”
  • 10/20/2015

    Elena Diaconu, Foster Carer, village of Hircesti, Ungheni District

    Mrs. Elena Diaconu decided to become foster parent long before 2013, when she submitted her application to the SAFPD and was accepted into the service. In fact, her decision is based on more profound reasons, influenced by her past. Mrs. Elena was raised in Ungheni residential school.
  • 10/13/2015

    Tamara Bodrug: "Being a foster parent is a fulfilling job"

    I love children. I like taking care of them and having them around. I like the profession of foster parent, it make me feel self-fulfilled!
  • 10/8/2015

    The foster carers, a kind of professional parents

    Vera Zgureanu lives in the village of Condratesti of Ungheni District. She and her husband became recently foster carers. It was in 2013 when the couple decided to welcome the first child in the family.
  • 7/27/2015

    A new family was born in Ungheni

    Elena (the name is changed) was repatriated from the Russian Federation two years ago, after 16 years’ unskilled work. She used to live in Ungheni region, and because she was jobless and could hardly make the ends meet, she decided to flee abroad, seeking employment.
  • 6/17/2015

    A happy present and future for Andrei

    Andrei is 17, and has a life experience for 17 years ahead. Today the boy and his brothers live with their father. Their mother left them due to incurable disease five years ago. The family came through very difficult times, but despite this the boys remained kind, sensitive, and united.
  • 5/5/2015

    A home to help a family come together

    It is known that a happy home is like a nest of beauty – a nest where first dreams come to life, become part of us and follow us wherever we go. … For now, we stopped at Visoca, a village of the district of Soroca, where we met 4 brothers. Actually, they were born in a family of 10 children and come from a totally different region of the Country. They’re from the district of Criuleni.
  • 12/17/2014

    She can’t imagine her life without her daughter

    They say that when you are 20, life is only beginning, with all its beautiful moments and all that can make one’s life more pleasant, especially at this age when a person, although considers to be adult, from the physical point of view, has still a child’s soul: naïve and credulous, unable to foresee someone’s vile interests under the mask of smiles and cajolery, to which this young soul is, probably, not used yet.
  • 7/19/2012

    Hidden emotions and feelings…

    When I was 10, I was taken away from my parents and placed in Cahul residential school. It was very difficult in the beginning, I wanted to go home, although I knew that nobody was waiting for me there. Soon I got used to the new place, and I made friends with many children, because they accepted my as I was, and nobody humiliated me because of my parents.
  • 4/12/2012

    Going home

    Iulian Cangea from Ungheni raion, is only 14, but behaves like a mature man. The teenager is good at all kinds of housework, and is the right hand of his father.
  • 4/12/2012

    Ana's chance

    A year ago, Ana was the best pupil of Albinetul-Vechi, Falesti auxiliary school. With grades of 9 and 8 almost for all school disciplines, she participated in all sport and artistic contests for children from special schools. Ana was the help and hope of the teacher.