With help from the European Union, Maria Minciuna has set up a rural jam-making business that tourists love. Acacia, elderflower, rose hip and pepper jams – these are some of the products that are making a name for newly minted entrepreneur Maria Minciuna from the village of Slobozia Mare in Cahul District in Moldova.
How it feels like pursuing a childhood dream can only be understood by the ones who experienced it. This is the case of Victoria Cucos, who turned her passion for designing and sewing clothes for dolls into something more.
“Organic fertilizers are a lifesaver for degraded and chemically polluted soils, as they remediate and restore the humus layer, increase resistance to draught, improve the quality of harvest, stimulate the plants’ growth and development,” explains Nicolae Alcaz, who has been producing organic fertilizers in Ungheni, for almost ten years.
European Union investing in young Moldovan entrepreneurs to build an inclusive and sustainable future economy
The up-and-coming generation of young entrepreneurs in Moldova will be the ones to build the country’s future economy, so it makes sense to invest in them now to ensure that future economy is both sustainable and inclusive.
Businesswomen have expanded their production and marketing activities with the support of ODA and EU4Business
Victoria Bakery with the trade name Veranj, is a confectionery opened by two friends – Vera and Angela from Drăsliceni, Criuleni district – whose name was also the basis of the brand.