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News | New director in Moldova

As of today, 10 September 2012, Ana Revenco, former executive director of La Strada Moldova, is the new director of the Moldovan Centre for Combating Trafficking in Persons, an agency under the Ministry of Interior. The Centre is composed of a prosecution unit, four operational units, one analytical and one administrative unit. The organisational structure of the Centre is multidisciplinary.

Ana Revenco was the director of La Strada Moldova since 2001 and a member of the LSI board in 2009-2011. The new executive director of the organisation will be Daniela Misail-Nichitin.

La Strada International will certainly miss the contributions of Ana and wishes her good luck with shaping the national anti-trafficking policy in Moldova! At the same time LSI welcomes Daniela as the new representative of Moldova in the LSI General Assembly.

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