The project aims to create sustainable mechanisms for improving the condition and opportunities of people living in marginalized Roma communities through effective integrated approaches, increasing access of Roma and other vulnerable groups to better services in the following sectors: social assistance, education, employment and health.
Project: “Integrated measures to improve the inclusion of people living in marginalized communities”
The implementation of the project will create preconditions for improved social inclusion and empowerment of the representatives of the Roma community in the town of Pernik (5,100 people). The planned measures will provide additional support to improve access to social services, education, employment, health and non-discrimination.
The project is aimed at Roma living on the territory of the four Roma neighborhoods in the municipality of Dupnitsa, numbering 5,100 people. Among ethnic minorities and especially among the Roma population, there are various factors that feed poverty – early school leaving, low education, long-term unemployment and lack of work habits, limited employment opportunities, poor living conditions, lack of access to health, social and social services. and educational services.