Improving The Quality of Vocational Education and Training in Turkey I Operation (IQVET-I Operation)1 January 2017
Technical Assistance for Increasing Adaptability of Tradesmen and Craftsmen (ADAPTESK)1 January 2017
Promoting Social Inclusion at Densely Roma Populated Areas (SIROMA)
|Operation Name||Promoting Social Inclusion in Densely Roma Populated Areas Operation (SIROMA)|
|Web Address||http://ailetoplum.aile.gov.tr/duyurular/ipa4-projesi-romanlarin-yogun-olarak-yasadigi-yerlerde-sosyal-icermenin-desteklenmesi - https://www.facebook.com/siromatr/|
|Beneficiary Institution|| Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services (DG for Family and Community Services, DG for Social Assistance)
Ministry of Education (DG for Basic Education, DG for Life Long Learning )
Ministry of Health (DG for European Union and Foreign Affairs)
|Components and Budgets|| Service Component = € 8.800.00
Supply Component = € 1.661.029,80
|Aim of Operation and Outputs||
The overall objective of this Operation is to increase social inclusion in the densely Roma populated areas especially by facilitating their entrance into formal labour market (with social insurance coverage). Within this framework, the purposes of this operation are as follows:
• to improve the quality of delivery of education/VET/LLL, health, employment and social protection and social assistance services provided to the target groups,
The disadvantaged persons who are in poverty or at risk of poverty and the people living in slums highly populated with Roma Communities and nomads are defined as the target groups of the Operation.
The operation will be implemented in 12 pilot provinces by taking into account the recommendations of the workshop called “Roma Children and Education” organized with the partition of several Roma NGOs by MoNE on 18-19 February 2011: Ankara, Adana, Balıkesir, Hatay, Edirne, Eskişehir, İstanbul, İzmir, Kırklareli, Manisa, Mersin and Tekirdağ.
The Operation consists of service and supply components. Supply component designed for 20 social service centres, 20 public training centres, 44 primary and secondary schools, 20 social assistance and solidarity foundations in 12 pilot provinces is divided into six lots: IT and office equipment and electronic devices (Lot 1); furniture (Lot 2); musical and art instrument (Lot 3); sports equipment (Lot 4); stationery and child play supplies (Lot 5); containers (Lot 6).
• 20 SSCUs in 12 pilot provinces became functional during project implementation.