Bucharest Sector 5

General Information
ROMACT Cycle: 
Mayor of the Municipality: 
Daniel Florea
Contact Person within the Municipality: 
Anna Maria Vasile, Alexandra Badoi
Sabina Antoci
Total population: 
298 816
Census 2011
Roma living in the Municipality: 
6 990
Description of the Municipality: 

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Bucharest’s Sector 5 is situated in the south-west of Bucharest towards Giurgiu and Alexandria.  Covering 29 sq km, Sector 5 has some of the most historical areas to be found in Bucharest; it also has the highest poverty rate when compared to other Bucharest sectors.  According to the 2011 census, there are 6,990 Roma in Sector 5, however, data from the General Directorate of Child Protection and Social Assistance for the municipality estimates that there are actually closer to 19,319 Roma citizens in the sector.


The ROMACT Process

ROMACT started in September 2016 with the signature of the Letter of Agreement.

The Municipality benefited of ROMACT expertise for the following projects:

* Be COOL – Be Competitive. Oriented. Organized. Lucrative, OPHC 6.1
Budget: 2 100 000 euros
Status: approved

* We develop teachers – We develop the future, OPHC 6.10
Budget: 450 000 euros
Status: approved

* Better for you, better for us, OPHC 4.1
Budget: 2 543 650 euros
Status: approved

Timeline Points

16 Sep 2016
STEP 1- BECOMING COMMITTED- Agreement Letter to implement ROMACT signed by the Mayor
10 Dec 2016
Charter against Anti-Gypsyism was signed by the Mayor
27 Oct 2017
End of ROMACT Process
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