Public-Private Partnership for the Sustainable Development of Locally Governed Disability Services: Supporting Decentralization Reform

Project Description
The project promotes an inclusive and empowered society through public-private partnerships in five rayons for improved services delivery to people with disabilities and their families. This action aims at supporting the decentralization reform agenda and emphasizes the efficient transfer of competencies and ownership to Local Authorities (Anenii Noi, Dubăsari, Făleşti, Ungheni, Sîngerei); and will promote sustainable development of desperately needed services.
Specific Objective
- Development of Mobile Team services in 5 rayons (Anenii Noi, Dubasari, Falesti, Ungheni, Singerei).
- Strengthening the capacities of the main stakeholders for social inclusion.
- Improved quality of social care services for children with disabilities and their families.
- Changing attitudes and development of inclusive community environment for people with disabilities in 5 rayons.
- Dissemination of successful practices nationwide.

Expected Results
- To create and develop the “Mobile Team” social service in the rayons of Dubasari, Anenii Noi, Singerei, Falesti and Ungheni in order to prevent the institutionalization of children with disabilities.
- To offer assistance and support at home by the Mobile Team specialists to 182 children, young people and their families in the five rayons.
- the Operational Handbook of the “Mobile Team” social Service to be reviewed and approved, which was done by Decree No.107 of 19 June 2013 of the Ministry of Labor, Social Protection and Family (MLSPF).
- To recruit, hire, and train specialists of the “Mobile Team” social Service (20 specialists).
- To ensure the sustainability of Mobile team services. Since 1 January 2014 all created services are financed from the state budget.
- 137 representatives of local public authorities, 132 social service providers from the five rayons to be trained in the area of social inclusion of persons with disabilities.
- About 100 representatives of LPA to be trained in making effective planning in order to develop Mobile team services and over 100 parents/legal representatives of the beneficiaries to be trained in life skills development for people with disabilities.
- About 80 school managers, teachers and support teachers of primary cycle from 12 pre-university educational institutions to be trained in inclusive education.
- About 950 students from V-IX grade and 80 teachers from 10 pre-university educational institutions to participate at the social theater performances.
- 415 children from III-IV grade to participate in demonstrative lessons on implementation of Curriculum "Education for inclusion, tolerance, acceptance".
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