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01 June 2018 | 10:00
Books for Moldovan children from the diaspora
On the occasion of the International Children's Day, the Government of the Republic of Moldova donates to Moldovan diaspora children a lot of over 1,400 books. The aim is to encourage children to learn Romanian language and to keep emotional connection with their parents' home country.
The children will receive 417 copies of the "Albinuta" alphabet, written by Grigore Vieru. These will contain a bookmark with a message from Prime Minister Pavel Filip.

At the same time, a thousand copies of the "Home" book, written by Arcadie Suceveanu and Valentina Lungu, will be offered to the diaspora educational centers. The content of the book was adapted for the children of the diaspora within the project "Strengthening the institutional capacities of the Republic of Moldova in the field of migration and development", in the second phase, with the financial support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

The books will be distributed through diplomatic missions of the Republic of Moldova from 32 states, where most Moldovan citizens reside.

In order to promote national values and strengthen emotional ties with the citizens of the diaspora, other activities such as "DOR", "Diaspora Engagement Hub" and other performances of the Licurici Republican Puppet Theater have also been organized.
Redactor: Rodica Mazur
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