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Country/partner countries

Project lead partner/organization and contact person (e-mail, links) project website
Urban Merida

Project information – start and end date (if available)
Starting date: 15.03.2012
Ending date: 30.06.2012

Summary (goals and purposes of the project)
Is intended to promote the education of Roma students standardization or at risk of social exclusion, to achieve higher rates of secondary school academic success. Create spaces and tutoring support and acquisition of learning skills and habits, rhythms and rules to facilitate school adjustment of children and their continuity and permanence in the compulsory education system, and promote continuity in media studies and / or higher and vocational education.
To Strengthen knowledge in basic instrumental areas and in other specific areas.
Improve the formal education through the reinforcement of content and attitudes.
Strengthen the permanence and continuity in education.
Train/participants in study skills that will facilitate the acquisition of knowledge that are working.
Encouraging family involvement in the educational process of their children.
Create spaces to compensate the shortcomings of these children are living.

Results of the project
We have contacted and worked with 25 families.
We have maintained contact with three schools, one nursery school, primary and secondary and 2 IES.
It has been reported 60 students / ace of the URBAN zone.25 students / as have participated in the program's actions. Of the 25 students/as 9 were Roma. 10 women and 15 men.
16 students have completed and participated in all program activities.
83% attendance hours.

Who will benefit from this project (target group)
All beneficiaries: 25
Roma beneficiaries: 9
Romani women beneficiaries: 2

Sources of funding
Urban Merida