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Integrationsmaβnahmen Assistance for Third Country Na
tionals
Projektbeginn 17/10/2011

Zielgruppe

  • AGE
    • 65+
    • 40-65
    • 25-40
    • 18-25
    • <18
  • EMPLOYMENT STATUS
    • Students
    • In vocational training
    • Unemployed
    • Employed
    • Self-employed
  • GENDER
    • Female
    • Male
  • SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS
    • Disability or disease

Thematik

  • WIRTSCHAFTLICHE BETEILIGUNG
    • Beschäftigung
    • Berufliche Aus- und Weiterbildung
  • SOZIALER ZUSAMMENHALT
    • Soziale Eingliederung
    • Sozialer Schutz
    • Gesundheit
    • Andere Dienstleistungen
  • ANTI-DISKRIMINIERUNG UND GLEICHBERECHTIGUNG
    • Anti-Diskriminierung im Dienstleistungsbereich
Projektende 30/06/2012
Land Rumänien
City / Region
Stadt Bucureşti/Ilfov, Bacău, Braşov, Buzău, Cluj, Constanţa, Craiova, Galaţi, Iaşi, Piteşti, Ploieşti, Sibiu, Suceava, Târgu Mureş and Timişoara
Abstract (EN)

The project Assistance for Third Country Nationals in Romania contributed to the integration of migrants legally residing in Romania, by facilitating their access to employment and to medical services. The project builds on the resources created by the “Network of migrant information centers (MICs) in Romania (IF-2009)” (FM.0172) funded under the Integration Fund 2009, which established a network of migrant information centers in Romania. Based on partnerships with 12 local organizations, the project has organized vocational trainings, labor counseling, and facilitation of medical services access, information and counseling services for some 2224 migrants and has supplied specific medical and material support to 248 migrants. The project has promoted synergies with relevant local organizations and programs to enhance response to the needs of the beneficiaries.

Angelegenheit/Herausforderung und
Ziele/Annahmen

The project’s objective was to provide specific assistance to third country nationals in view of their integration in Romanian society. The Project Purposes were:

  • to improve the assistance offered to migrants in Romania;
  • to improve the migrant’s access to labor;
  • to improve the migrant’s access to medical services;
  • to provide material and medical assistance to vulnerable migrants and their families;
  • to consolidate the human resources working in the field of migrant integration by supporting them to provide relevant information to migrants;
  • to facilitate inter-agency cooperation in the field.

The project has built on the resources created by a previous project, funded under the Integration Fund (IF) 2009, which established a network of 15 migrant information centers (MICs) in Bucureşti/Ilfov, Bacău, Braşov, Buzău, Cluj, Constanţa, Craiova, Galaţi, Iaşi, Piteşti, Ploieşti, Sibiu, Suceava, Târgu Mureş and Timişoara. The MICs provide basic information on local integration services and opportunities and link up with all relevant local organizations and programs. The centers are grafted on the structure of local organizations and have benefitted from IOM’s expertise in communication and information skills.

Wie funktioniert das?

To achieve the results the following actions were taken: As preparatory activities we have started by mobilizing the MIC’s teams, through a coordination meeting, a wide consultation activity with both central and local authorities and communities, we have established the procurement calendar and recruited the experts needed for the information materials and the assistance commission.

  1. Improved access of migrants to labor market: following the consultations with the relevant authorities (local level offices of the National Labor Agency, migrant communities, trainings providers) and assessment of migrants needs we have identified the training providers and their available calendars, we have informed the migrants on the course availability, supported the migrants in filing for training enrolment, followed up on course completion. The counseling of the migrants and distribution of relevant information brochures was part of the process.
  2. Improved access of migrants to medical services:  following the consultations with the relevant authorities (County-level Health Departments, General Practitioners, National Insurance House) the medical expert helped in the compilation of relevant information that were printed on the specific leaflets. Local General Practitioners willing were identified and contacted. Migrants contacting the MIC’s as well as their communities were informed of the activity, migrants were counseled and assisted to filing for access to medical services and enrolment into the National Insurance House lists.
  3. Improved management of vulnerable migrants with specific needs A - medical/psychological/rehabilitation assistance: Based on the knowledge of the migrants' situations in the field and after coordination with relevant authorities (County-level Health Departments, General Practitioners, National Insurance House, the Donor, Experts) IOM has proceeded in finalizing the procedures, protocols and forms to be followed in defining the vulnerability, the urgency of the case and the relevance of the requested assistance as support to the better integration. Case files were completed in the field and sent to the commission established under the project that has verified and approved the suitable cases. Following that, with the support of the social workers in the MIC’s, migrants were offered the needed support mainly in the form of services, or purchase of prescription medicine and/or equipment. Cases were monitored by the local MIC’s.
  4. Improved management of vulnerable migrants specific needs B - material assistance: based on knowledge on the migrants' situations in the field and after coordination with relevant authorities (Local NGO’s, Social Protection Departments, the Donor) IOM has proceeded in finalizing the procedures, protocols and forms to be followed in defining the vulnerability, the urgency of the case and the relevance of the requested assistance as support to the better integration. Case files were completed in the field and sent to the commission established under the project that has verified and approved the suitable cases. Following that, with the support of the social workers in the MIC’s, migrants were offered the needed support mainly in the form of services, purchase of household items and/or equipment, payment of overdue rent or utilities. Cases were monitored by the local MIC’s.
  5. Migrants Communities are better informed on social integration requirements: the project team, including the MIC’s workers and the Experts have verified and updated the relevant information in legislation and other relevant active projects. Based on this documentation the monthly newsletter was initiated and distributed through the means of an email marketing to the addresses of all the projects partners as well as to the entire migrant community that has chosen to leave their email addresses on the information/counseling forms in the MIC’s. Experts have produced the brochure content and, after the procurement process the advertising agency contributed to the production of the rest of the information materials; leaflets, posters. The distribution was done through the MIC’s and the local institutions involved.
  6. Visibility and inter-agency cooperation:  all the printed materials as well as the other visibility products of the project were coordinated and approved by the donor. As part of the local inter-agency working a number of 33 local events involving migrants, authorities, migrant communities and mass-media were organized with the aim of raising awareness in both the migrants and the authorities of the project, the General Program as well as the actual need for integration and its beneficial aspects in relation to the migrant and the communities. In Bucharest IOM has organized together with the project partner Asociatia Serviciul Apel two Press Conferences related to the launch and closing of the project. The MIC’s have organized Press Conferences in all the other project locations; Bacau, Brasov, Constanta, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Iasi, Galati, Pitesti, Sibiu, Suceava, Tg. Mures, Timisoara. The attendees to these events included mass-media, migrant communities representatives, migrants, authorities, Universities representatives, Diplomatic Missions representatives. Both the conferences and the events created a platform for a debate upon the issue on migrant integration in Romania.
  7. Management and Monitoring.
Ergebnisse

The project Assistance for Third Country Nationals in Romania supported the Government of Romania’s migrant integration efforts by providing direct assistance to some 750 migrants, as well as information and counseling to some 1,000 migrants, visitors of the IOM information centers in 13 locations in Romania. The project has promoted synergies with relevant local organizations and programs, as well as collected and analyzed data on the profile and needs of the beneficiaries. The project responded to Objective 1 in Romania’s Annual Program 2010 of European Integration Fund, which ensures the necessary assistance for TCNs legally residing in Romania in view of their integration in the host society.

Evaluierung

Starting with a coordination meeting that gathered all the organizations involved, the project team has maintained a continuous link in communication with the MIC’s related to both activities and expenditure reporting. In November 2011 and May/June 2012 the project team has realised monitoring rounds to each of the MIC’s to identify both compliance with the financial and visibility rules but also to offer support, and advice as needed. As per the Annual Program’s requirements the project has allowed for an external financial auditor to verify and review the expenses and the procedures to ensure compliance with the donor’s and the EC criteria.

Wer profitiert?

The direct beneficiaries of the project were the TCNs that received assistance, information and counseling, the migrant communities at large as well as the local bodies involved in TCN integration and the general public.

Finanzierungsart
und benötigte Ressourcen

Total value: 1.691.887,00 lei 75% EU funding (1.268.915,00 lei); 20% national budget funding (338.378,00 lei); 5% beneficiary’s contribution (84.594,00 lei).

Organisation IOM Romania
Kontaktperson Mihaela Timaru (Email schicken)
Funktion PR Officer
Webseite http://www.oim.ro/index.php/en/programs/past-progra
ms/110-assistance-third-country-nationals
 

 

 
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