[Closed] Strengthening capacities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and its internal subdivisions for the effective implementation of the sector reform agenda

Status: Closed
Duration: 2017 – 2022
Budget: US$3,622,072
Coverage: National
Beneficiaries: Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova (MIA) and its internal subdivisions
Focus Area: Effective Governance
Partners: Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova (MIA) and its internal subdivisions
Project Document: Strengthening capacities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and its internal subdivisions for the effective implementation of the sector reform agenda
Final Report: Strengthening capacities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and its internal subdivisions for the effective implementation of the sector reform agenda - Final Report
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Project Summary:

The project is designed to address the needs of the MIA for the implementation of the sector reform, in particular by establishing effective systems ensuring human security and a rapid coordinated response to the crisis situations, and by the modernization of internal ICT tools, networks and equipment to achieve better efficiency, transparency and accountability. The project is implemented in line with strategic priorities of the United Nations in Moldova and the relevant national strategic documents. Both men and women, including those belonging to vulnerable groups, will be engaged in the implementation of project and will benefit from its results.

Objectives:

  • Enhance the institutional operational capacities of the MIA for strengthening human security through effectively addressing crisis situations;
  • Improve the operational and functional capacities of the MIA and its subdivisions by endowment with modern ICT tools.

Expected results:

  • National Coordination Centre for Integrated Actions of Public Order (Crisis Centre) established;
  • Swimming Training Centre for rescuers on the open water fully operational through infrastructure rehabilitation and training curricula development;
  • MIA Medical Service capacitated by the cost-efficient procurement of the modern high-quality medical equipment;
  • Support to the enhancement of the ICT network infrastructure of Police Inspectorates provided through a detailed needs assessment and the elaboration of Concepts for Key MIA Informational Systems;
  • Capacities of the Bureau for Migration and Asylum (BMA) strengthened through modernization and operationalization of the Regional Center for Documentation and Integration of Foreiners in Balti;
  • Border Police institutional integrity and operational effectiveness strengthened through endowment with the specialized equipment.

Accomplishments:

  • National Coordination Centre for Integrated Actions of Public Order (Crisis Centre) established;
  • Reconstruction of the Swimming Training Centre DINAMO for rescuers on the open water completed;
  • MIA Medical Service capacitated with the high quality modern medical equipment and the specialized training for medical staff;
  • Detailed Technical Design of ICT network infrastructure of 44 Police Inspectorates completed. Concepts for 4 MIA Key Informational Systems developed;
  • Fully operational Regional Center for Documentation and Integration of Foreigners in Balti endowed with furniture and modern equipment;
  • Operational effectiveness and transparency of the Border Police increased by equipping with modern body video-cameras, tactical vests and off-road vehicles.
Years Budget Delivery
Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova UNDP
2017 $855,612 $23,240 $728,690
2018 $1,141,198   $925,279
2019 $754,813 $79,900   $832,484
2020 $669,654 $21,600 $689,396
2021 $79,244   $66,420
2022 $13,653