Soros Foundation Moldova (FSM)

Good Governance

The mission of the department is to enhance transparency, accountability, efficiency and effectiveness of government in accordance with the European agenda.

Justice and Human Rights

The Justice and Human Rights Department’s vision of rule of law is built on the solid grounds of a fair, accessible and predictable justice delivery system, which effectively safeguards fundamental human rights.

The Department develops and implements activities in several areas, crucial for the fulfilment of its vision, including Human Rights, Judiciary, Access to Justice, and Criminal Justice.



Public Health


Our mission is to support and contribute to the development and promotion of health policies and practices based on evidence, which promotes human rights, social inclusion, and justice.

The Department also provides support to promote good governance in the health system through independent and neutral monitoring/evaluation of public health policies and health services.

Media Program

Media Department's mission is to contribute to the development of an open, participatory, pluralistic and value-based society in the Republic of Moldova by organizing, supporting and financing activities aimed at encouraging the development of an independent media sector and improving access to information.


Other initiatives

Education Support Project

Deadline extended. Request for Proposals for an International Consultant to develop the methodology and perform data analysis for an upcoming Victimization and Public Confidence Survey

RFP no.:                                 2020.JHR.EU.01
Launch date:                         October 02, 2020; 12:00 (GMT+2:00)
Deadline:                               November 27, 2020; 12:00 (GMT+2:00) - Deadline extended
Procurement method:          TENDER
Contract type:                       Service Agreement
The Soros Foundation Moldova hereby invites you to submit a Proposal to this Request for Proposals (RFP) for an International Consultant to develop the methodology and perform data analysis for an upcoming Victimization and Public Confidence Survey in Moldova.
The Justice and Human Rights Department (JHRD) of the Soros Foundation Moldova will conduct a Victimization and Public Confidence Surveycomparable to a similar Survey developed in 2010 in Moldova[1]. The objective of this exercise is twofold: to understand trends in perceptions about crime, personal safety, and the performance of the Police and related Law Enforcemen Agencies, and second, to improve public confidence in the criminal justice system by creating an informed environment for the development of sensible criminal justice policies, with an appropriate and timely focus on human rights.
This activity is realized within the project „Advancing Human Rights-Based Policing in the Republic of Moldova”, Grant Contract ENI/2018/403-953, funded by the European Union, co-funded and implemented by the Soros Foundation Moldova.
Your Proposal, comprising a Technical and Financial Offers, shall be submitted only electronically via e-mail, in accordance with the requirements and procedure as set out in the Section Instructions for Applicants of the RFP.
Please make sure that your technical and financial proposals are submitted in separate files and separate e-mails, while the financial proposal shall be password protected. The password shall not be disclosed unless required in written by the Foundation.
- the invitation letter
- the instruction for applicants
- the terms of refernce
- the templates and instructions for the technical and financial offers
- for questions on the Terms of Reference, please contact Victor Munteanu, Head of Justice and Human Rights Department, e-mail:;
- for questions on how to apply please contact Mihaela Burduja, Project Director, Advancing Human Rights-Based Policing in the Republic of Moldova Project, e-mail:


The Soros Foundation Moldova looks forward to receiving your Proposal and thanks you in advance for your interest in our activities.