Campina

General Information
 
ROMACT Cycle: 
Ongoing
Mayor of the Municipality: 
Laurentiu Tiseanu Horia
Total population: 
37 258
Source: 
National census 2017
Roma living in the Municipality: 
1 289
Description of the Municipality: 

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Câmpina is a located in Prahova County, in the historic region of Wallachia and in the Southern Development Region. It is the second largest town from point of view of population in Prahova County, after Ploiesti (county capital) and is a economic and social centre with an tertiary industrial profile.

The unofficial number of Roma inhabitants is about 2 600.
They are settled in 7 different Roma communities . Five of them in urban marginalized areas, confronted with issues related to integration and with people living at poverty and social exclusion risk: Oborului, Aleea Scarisoarei, Lacul Pestelui, Caramidari-Prundului-Padurii, Mogador.
The  two other communities are living in Aleea Scarisoare and Lacul Pestelui and are exposed to land sliding risk and environmental hazards.
 

The ROMACT Process

ROMACT started in November 2018 with the signature of the Letter of Agreement.
The Municipal Taskforce for Roma Inclusion was created in March 2019.
In July 2019, the Joint Action Plan for Roma Inclusion was adopted by the Local Council. 

Several training were provided:

Local Authorities representatives were trained/coached on :
* Project management (vocational training)

The CAG was trained/coached on:
*Creating an NGO
 

Timeline Points

28 Nov 2018
Step 1- Becoming Commited- Signature of the letter of agreement
26 Mar 2019
Creation of the Municipal Taskforce for Roma Inclusion
25 Jul 2019
Step 3- Translating priorities into measures- Adoption of the Joint Action Plan by City Council
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