For Moldovan farmers separated from their land by a Ukrainian highway, a new border project will make crossing easier and less costly.
Engaging youth in social local activities can breathe new life into their communities. It has potential to stop the massive migration of youth from small towns and villages, as they now see a place for themselves and the potential for growth.
We welcome Ambassador Mirjana Spoljaric Egger as the new Assistant Administrator and Director of our Regional Bureau for Europe and Central Asia.
From developing apps to reforming laws, these change-makers are working across Europe and Central Asia to make governments more open and accountable.
Fatmira Dajlani is a fierce woman, an activist and a mother who is working to improve the lives of those around her. What does it mean to be Roma? Take a 360 journey into her Füshe-Krüje community through her eyes.
A long-term project in Bosnia and Herzegovina is working towards reforming and improving a problematic water supply system throughout the country.

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35%

are excluded from society

19%

of youth are unemployed

1.4 million

are living with HIV

88%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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