Starting with 2011, the existent Public Administration and Good Governance Program and European Initiatives Program will merge into a single title Good Governance Program. Its priority areas will be a logical follow-up of the activities from previous few years undertaken in the framework of the initial two programs.
The mission of the Cultural Policies program at Soros Foundation Moldova is to contribute to the development of an open, participatory, pluralistic society based on values of democracy. In order to achieve its goals, the program organizes, facilitates, supports and finances activities intended to strengthen the cultural sector and cultural policies in Republic of Moldova.
The Program promotes legal reforms based on human rights, legal accountability, social inclusion and good governance. The Program is focused on three intervention areas, essential for the development of an open society and the rule of law:
The East East Beyond Borders Program (EEBB) supports peer learning, exchange, and cooperation among civil society actors and activists.
The Equality and Civic Engagement Program has established the following priorities for 2012:
The Public Health Program’s mission is to advance health and human rights of marginalized persons through building the capacity of civil society leaders and strong involvement of NGOs in health policy development.
The Soros Foundation - Moldova (SFM) is a non-governmental, non-for-profit and non-political organization, which was established in 1992 by the financier and the philanthropist George Soros to promote the development of an open society in Moldova by developing and implementing a range of programs and activities that address specific areas of needs including media, cultural policy, legal reform, good governance, civic engagement and public health.