Moldova Updates: "Recent Initiatives Promote Education and Health in Chisinau"

Moldova Updates: "Recent Initiatives Promote Education and Health in Chisinau"

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Fifth Edition of B.P. Hasdeu Awards Gala Celebrates New Writers: The B.P. Hasdeu Municipal Library in Chisinau celebrated its fifth edition of the B.P. Hasdeu Awards Gala for new writers. This event honors the memory of the renowned writer and scientist, B.P. Hasdeu, born on February 26, 1838. The contest involved a jury of accomplished writers who evaluated recently published works. The first edition of this gala took place in 2020.

Donation from WHO Moldova Supports Breastfeeding Education at Nicolae Testemitanu University: The Department of Family Medicine at Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy received a shipment of teaching materials and simulation equipment to aid in the education of students. These resources, donated by the World Health Organization in Moldova, focus on promoting breastfeeding. The donation includes models and tools to enhance practical skills in breastfeeding for both students and medical staff, aiming to encourage mothers to choose breastfeeding for the health benefits it provides to children. This initiative is part of a partnership between WHO Moldova, the Nursing Association of Moldova, and the university. "CE Reported used Moldpres for this article"

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