VisegrAid 4 Moldova report: Effectiveness by Collaboration
26 FEB 2014 Report
The report VisegrAid 4 Moldova report: Effectiveness by Collaboration was prepared in the framework of the research project VisegrAid 4 Moldova led by the Central European Policy Institute and funded by the International Visegrad Fund. The report was co-authored by Dániel Bartha (Central European Policy Institute, Slovakia), David Král (Europeum - Institute for European Policy, Czech Republic), Michal Skala (Slovak Atlantic Commission, Slovakia), Anita Sobják (Polish Institute of International Affairs), Zsuzsanna Végh (CEU Centre for EU Enlargment Studies, Hungary) and Denis Cenușa (Expert Group, Moldova).
By 2014 Moldova has become the priority Eastern Partnership country in terms of bilateral aid for each of the V4 states. Yet without a European mechanism to coordinate bilateral aid for Moldova, such efforts often overlap with respect to priorities. Offering an overview of bilateral aid of each V4 state and assessing  the needs of Moldova itself, the report also formulates concrete recommendations on how to counter the increasing in-country aid fragmentation in Moldova and enhance the efficiency of the distributed aid.

The report VisegrAid 4 Moldova report: Effectiveness by Collaboration  was prepared in the framework of the research project  VisegrAid 4 Moldova led by the Central European Policy Institute  and funded by the International Visegrad Fund. The report was co-authored by Dániel Bartha (Central European Policy Institute, Slovakia), David Král (Europeum - Institute for European Policy, Czech Republic), Michal Skala (Slovak Atlantic Commission, Slovakia),  Anita Sobják  (Polish Institute of International Affairs), Zsuzsanna Végh (CEU Centre for EU Enlargment Studies, Hungary) and Denis Cenușa (Expert Group, Moldova).