Development/ Implementation agency
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Republic of Hungary is responsible for planning and coordinating Hungarian international development cooperation (IDC) activities (email@example.com). An IDC Government Committee, chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, steers the Hungarian development policy, determining its geographical and sectoral priorities. This committee is assisted by a Civil Advisory Board, which consists of representatives of the MFA, political parties, trade unions, employers’ associations, academic communities, NGOs and individual experts.
HUN-IDA, a non-profit organisation, is the implementing agency of the Hungarian IDC programmes
Embassy of Hungary
Legal framework for cooperation
First bilateral development cooperation agreement was signed in 2007
Strategic documents for programming
The strategic objective is to support the approximation of Moldova to EU norms and to help Moldova develop its economy and social affairs
Priority sectors/ Areas of cooperation
Types of funds / financial instruments and assistance modalities
Hungarian assistance to Moldova in 2003-2010 was USD 1.285 million.
Procedures for programming, approval and implementation of projects
Hungary tends to plan projects in a wide range of priority areas for Moldova's development projects which are partly focused on continuing successful cooperation established previously.
Hungary’s development assistance programmes are financed mainly from the central state budget. The MFA administers approximately 20% of Hungary’s total contribution to international development, and the remaining part of Hungarian official development assistance is provided by other government departments.
In 2007 Hungary committed to undertake 28 projects in Moldova for the total of HUF 73,000,926. HUF 4.5 million was allocated to a law harmonization programme.