To fill the gap, UN Women, UNDP and the National Statistical Office have recently compiled a “Statistical Profile of Roma Women and Girls” [2].The data and stories, such as those of Svetlana, collected through the initiative will inform future policies and actions.It wasn’t until Svetlana’s family took her to a doctor, that they realized the 12-year-old had been raped.

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Fully one million live abroad and a big part of the economy is remittances, as in Mexico. I do have local friend who is Palestinian and a young dentist.

The country is ethnic Romanian with a good number of Russians as well. The CIA report lists Moldova as the poorest country in Europa and one of the poorest on the planet, save for the African dumpsters. They are a little slow to warm up to you, but given the way they drink (like fish), it doesn't take long to get it going. There is a party most every night and the clubs are filled with smoking hot women. I'm getting ripped off on a shit apartment that I rented through a busted up English idiot who has been here for 5 years and doesn't know much. He's passable looking and has a beautiful girlfriend.

Photo: UN Women Programme ‘Women in Politics’/Dorin Goian Svetlana*, 12, was walking home from school when a 17-year-old boy—a distant relative who visited her home sometimes—insisted to give her a lift in his car.

After that day, her mother Nona* would often find her crying.

Costs are very low - my spend for a big night out is less than $50 - and thats drinking good local champagne for myself and shots of tequila for the girls. Its actually great for me because I am always solo and this keeps the clowns out and hotties in. If I was to do it all over again, I'd stay at the uber-funky "Hotel Cosmos" - a Soviet throw back replete with a garish lobby and very nice staff.

You have to love the sight of beautiful women knocking back shots of cheap tequila.

This is a tragedy for our family and there is no way we can undo it,” says Nona. The unwritten rules of their community say that no other Roma man will marry her.

Local community traditions dictated that Svetlana describe her rape to a group of local women in excruciating detail.

Due to child and early marriages, unplanned pregnancies and childcare responsibilities, the rate of school drop-out among Roma girls is one of the highest in the region—a record 56 per cent (compared with 16 per cent for non-Roma girls) [1].