Promotes circular mobility and the return of Moldovan migrants to the local labor market

The D.O.M.D.E. 2 Project promotes circular mobility and the return of Moldovan migrants to the local labour market, valorising acquired skills. It involves the Diaspora in Italy and is based on the Italy-Moldova cooperation, in line with European objectives. PuntoSud is in charge of contributing to the capacity-building of the National Commission for Social Entrepreneurship.

The D.O.M.D.E. 2 Project intends to promote, with the direct involvement of the Diaspora in Italy, circular mobility schemes and the productive re-entry of Moldovan migrants into the local labour market through the development of the social economy in the country of origin, enhancing the professional skills acquired in the migration process.

The Project is part of the bilateral cooperation between Italy and the Republic of Moldova in the field of migration and labour and is in line with the objectives of the EU-Moldova Mobility Partnership (2008), with the commitments undertaken in the framework of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement (2014), with the approach described in the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum (2020) and with the European Action Plan on Social Economy (COM (2021) 778).

Project leader is the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies – Directorate General for Immigration and Integration Policies and partners in Italy: ANPAL Servizi SpA, and Agenzia Veneto Lavoro (AVL), in the Republic of Moldova: the Bureau for Relations with the Diaspora (BRD) and the Organisation for the Development of Enterprises (ODA).

The overall objective of the initiative is to improve opportunities for sustainable circular migration between Italy, the EU and Moldova, directly involving central and local authorities and stakeholders, promoting investments in social entrepreneurship by the Moldovan Diaspora.

Our activities:

In the framework of the objective to improve the skills and capacities of public and private stakeholders at national and local level, PuntoSud is in charge of outlining and implementing an action to strengthen the National Commission for Social Entrepreneurship of Moldova.

Europa

Moldova

DONOR
European Union – AMIF programme, through the Migration Partnership Facility

BENEFICIARI ES

  • 15 members of the Commission for the Social Entrepreneurship of the government of Moldova

PROJECT BUDGET
EUR 1.320.413.23

YEARS
2022 – 2025

SECTORS OF INTERVENTION

Capacity building and professional training, Support for entrepreneurship/Microcredit/Microfinance

SDGs
SDGs Reduced Inequalities

LA STORIA DEL PROGETTO

PARTNER
15 consorzi finanziati

BUDGET PROGETTO
5555 EURO

PARTNER
15 consorzi finanziati

BUDGET PROGETTO
5555 EURO

PARTNER
15 consorzi finanziati

BUDGET PROGETTO
5555 EURO

  • €100.000

    valore progetto

  • 125

    alunni della scuola primaria

  • 250

    genitori

  • 20

    insegnanti

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