Two-year obligatory pre-schooling introduced with language training if needed.
Gradual introduction of all-day school.
In three years (2010-2013), a Bulgarian educational project has brought down the number of children who drop out of school by almost 80%
80-95 Roma mediators appointed in local employment offices.
Community Development Centres (CDC) promoting the employment of young people and women in marginalised Roma communities were set up in 11 municipalities.
Job fairs targeted at the most disadvantaged including Roma.
Mobile medical units and mediators in areas where the majority lacks health insurance.
X-ray, immunisation of children, medical and gynaecological exams, screenings and prevention of HIV and TB.
Health education and awareness-raising campaigns.
Increase in the number of Roma health mediators.
Launch of an EU co-financed housing initiative to provide quality homes within an integrated approach (addressing also employment, education and health challenges simultaneously) for Roma people in 4 municipalities (Burgas, Dupinitsa, Vidin, Devnya). The municipalities of Varna, Peshtera and Tundzha are also considering taking up this initiative.