General Information
ROMACT Cycle: 
Mayor of the Municipality: 
Severius Florin Beșchea
Contact Person within the Municipality: 
Daniel Moise
Istvan Szabo
Total population: 
10 726
National census 2011
Roma living in the Municipality: 
3 220
Description of the Municipality: 

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Tărlungeni is situated in Brasov Metropolitan area, at 10 km from the county capital.

Almost 30% (approximately 650 families) of the population is Roma.  Most Roma citizens live in two communities, in Tarlungeni village or in Zizin village.

A third of the population has decent living conditions and access to utilities (at least 2 rooms, with furniture).
The rest lives in precarious conditions, with no running water, electricity, over crowded spaces (6-10 people in one room), in illegal households and in poor health conditions.
There are a  high number of early marriages and teen pregnancies. 

The ROMACT Process

ROMACT Process started in January 2021 with the signature of the Letter of Agreement.

Local Authorities representatives were trained/coached on:

* Informal settlements & housing policies
* Implementing HCOP projects (Human Capacity Operational Programme)

Timeline Points

7 Jan 2021
Step 1- Becoming committed- Signature of the letter of commitment
15 Nov 2022
End of ROMACT process
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