GPSA CAMP Moldova

1. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE GPSA CAMP

Place of the event Hotel Flowers, Chisinau
Time/duration 9:30 – 17:00
Main event organizers National Council for Participation – Working group on E-Government/Open Government
Main support organizations World Bank, East European Foundation, E-Government Center,  “CMB” Training Center, Canal Regional
Event concept development/moderator Veronica Cretu, President, „CMB” Training Center; Coordinator of the Working Group on E-Government/Open Government within National Council for Participation)
Members of the organizing team Andrei Brighidin, Director (Development, M&E) East European Foundation;Victoria Vlad – Economist, Expert-Grup;Eduard Mihalas – President, National Youth Council;Constantin Rusu – consultant, World Bank.
Event speakers/presenters
  • Abdoulaye Seck, Country Manager, World Bank
  • Maia Sandu, Minister of Education
  • Stela Mocan, Director, E-Government Center
  • Sorin Mereacre, President, East European Foundation.
  • Andrei Brighidin, East European Foundation;
  • Irina Tisacova, Open Government Coordinator, EGovernment Center
Participants
  • A total of 67 participants pre-registered by the event via email;
  • 6 participants sent in their expressions of interest to participate, but did not meet the deadline for registration;
  • 26 participants said “going” to the GPSA camp via facebook event page;
  • 47 people liked the GPSA Moldova facebook page;
  • And 3 organizations sent in their emails after the event, requesting more information and details, apologizing for not been able to attend the event.
  • There are 69 participants who signed up the attendance list during the GPSA camp (however, there were more participants in the room, who did not sign up).
Main objectives of the GPSA CAMP Moldova     The main objectives of the event:-          To create a platform for representatives of CSOs to understand better the key priorities of the GPSA call for proposals launched on February 11, 2013 by the World Bank;-          To reflect on the key priorities for Moldova from the perspective of the key priorities of the educational sector in the country;-          To  understand how ICT related solutions can be integrated as part of social accountability tools and what does social accountability stands for;-          To allow CSOs formulate Questions to representatives of the Ministry of Education as well as to GPSA Secretariat.

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