“Education is for Everyone”

With around 15 million people this is the largest ethnic minority in the old continent. Often forced to live on the margins of society, the children are the first to suffer from lack of education and social exclusion. The Order of Malta Relief Organisation in Romania has launched an ambitious programme to give Roma children access to education. “Education is for Everyone”, as the initiative is called, is financed thanks to the efforts of the Order of Malta’s ambassador to the Roma people, an institutional function that highlights the Order’s support for

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The project started up in October 2014 and currently involves 30 children aged between 7 and 14 years, living in the small town of Satu-Mare in northern Romania. After school each day these children go to one of the Malteser centres with a team consisting of a coordinator, two social workers, four volunteers and teachers who help the children to do their homework, read, write and do arithmetic. At the end there is recreation with games and singing as well as a hot meal.
The “Education is for Everyone” project also provides free dental care for the children and paediatric dermatology services will shortly also be available.
The initiative will last for three years and not only encourages the Roma families to integrate in the social fabric but also addresses the school drop-out issue, with a very high rate among these people.