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Republic of Moldova
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Climate Adaptation. 2015. Fresh water resources Moldova. Present situation in Moldova.
Eptisa. 2012. Republic of Moldova's water supply and sanitation strategy.
ECE. 2009. Capacity for water cooperation in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. Economic Commission for Europe.
EEA. 2012. Republic of Moldova country report. European Environment Agency.
Gabor, O. 2008. Hydrosolidarity in the Prut river basin - key element in transboundary flood management..
ICPDR. 2007. Danube facts and figures, Republic of Moldova. International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River.
INECO. 2004. State of the environment in the Republic of Moldova. The water resources. Institutul National de Ecologie.
JMP. 2015. Progress on drinking water and sanitation - 2015 Update and MDG Assessment. WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation.
NBS. 2014. Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Moldova. National Bureau of Statistics.
Tafi, J. 2005. Water statistics and accounts in the Republic of Moldova. IWG-Env, International Work Session on Water Statistics, Vienna, June 20-22 2005.
Tronza, S. 2014. Water supply and sanitation strategy of the Republic of Moldova and transition to green economy. Annual meeting of the EUWI EECCA Working Group - Geneva, 24 June 2014. Ministry of Environment.
UNDP. 2015. Human Development Reports: Data. United Nations Development Programme. New York.
Vartolomei, F. 2009. Stanca-Costesti reservoir. The most important water management unit in Prut catchment area.
Water Sciencie and Technology Library. 2014. Management of water quality in Moldova.
World Bank. 2008. Project paper on a proposed additional financing credit in the amount of SDR 3.7 million (US$6.0 million equivalent) to the Republic of Moldova for the rural investment and services project II.
World Bank. 2010. The Republic of Moldova. Climate change and agriculture country note.
World Bank. 2013. Implementation, completion and results report on a credit in the amount of SDR 5.2 million (US$7.50 million equivalent) and a grant in the amount of SDR 5.2 million (US$7.50 million equivalent) and an additional credit in the amount of SDR 3.7 million (US$6.0 million equivalent) and an additional credit in the amount of SDR 6.8 million (US$10.0 million equivalent) to the Republic of Moldova for the second rural investment and services project in support of the second phase rural investment services program (adaptable program lending).
World Bank. 2015. World Development Indicators. World DataBank. World Bank. Washington.