Humanitarian Aid Center

Women are known to be the most vulnerable and unprotected members of Moldovan society. They experience various forms of oppression and stigmatization.

70% of women in Moldova have experienced violence at least once in their lives. Over 30% of women are regularly subjected to emotional, economic, sexual and physical abuse. 60% of Moldovan women have had two or more abortions in their lives, the majority for economic reasons. Going even deeper, we learned that 1/3 of Moldova's population lives in poverty, and these people are at constant risk of experiencing various forms of oppression and marginalization. In response to the desperate situations of such women, children, adults and old people BOL established the Humanitarian Aid Center with the aim of providing assistance to the most vulnerable and needy. The center distributes food, clothing and hygiene items. 

 

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LATEST NEWS

Almost ready for Vacation!

Although summer is here, school year is over and people plan for vacation, here at BOL we continue to conduct some of the final activities with our beneficiaries. Just within the last few weeks, together with volunteers and friends we managed to reach out and interact with more than 300 people, students, teachers, children and their mothers. Psycho

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Together for a Better Moldova

We at Beginning of Life do our best to share love and compassion with both our beneficiaries within the projects, but also with the community we live in. Each opportunity to step out, be engaged and serve outside ‘the walls’ brings us great joy and satisfaction.   This time, the ‘Day of Good Deeds event’ was our amazing opportunity to step out and

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The 'secret' we want to share with you!

Did you know that our youngest students can’t even read or speak yet? but their little eyes and smiles speak about a huge amount of potential and passion for growing and acting into making the world a better place… Yes, you probably know that we talk about our small beneficiaries, babies and children – students of the Early Learning Center. There a

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OUR STORIES

They need courage to live differently…

During the last five years of House of Change’s existence, there have been several girls who decided to run away from our rehabilitation center. And we understand why they did that. Working for many y

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Rescued from captivity...

A news headline at the end of 2013 reported how a man who exploited the children of one Moldavian family for more than 10 years was detained at last by the police. This story developed a direct link t

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A miracle of reconciliation…

In 2013 I had to carry out training for 10th grade students from one of the lyceums of the capital. Around 30 students were learning to oppose the manipulation and new kinds of traps set by traffickin

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