Three daycare-centers for children financed through the EEA Grants 2009-2014 have been inaugurated this month in Bucharest
14 projects aiming at the promotion of gender equality and work-life balance, by increasing the number of educational and care services for children, have been implemented within Programme RO11 managed by the Ministry of Labor and Social Justice.
Three daycare-centers for children, rehabilitated and suitably equipped for providing proper conditions for education and care have been inaugurated between 26-28 April in Bucharest. Thus, in the "Little Prince" and "Lizuca" centers, projects implemented by the Social Assistance and Child Protection Directorate of District 3, a number of 35 places have been created for children with ages between 0 and 3 years, of which 7 are for Roma children, and 25 for children with disabilities of 0 - 7 years old.
Also, in the Zebra Zou daycare-center developed by the General Directorate for Social Assistance, in collaboration with SOS Children Villages Romania, 27 children of 0 to 3 years of age will benefit of specialized services, of which at least 10 children from underprivileged Roma families.
All three projects, with a total budget of 1 million euros, have been implemented between April 2015 and April 2017.
Date: 05 May 2017