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Elaboration of integration strategies for urban marginalized communities (Vol. 5) : Kilometru 10 zona de tip ghetou intr-o fosta colonie de muncitori (Румынский)

The current report is part of the work on integrating poor areas and marginalized communities in Romania. Specifically, the Bank's technical assistance provided through this project focuses on three primary components: (1) a methodology for defining different types of urban disadvantaged communities based on a set of key criteria and indicators; (2) detailed maps that present the spatial distribution of these indicators and the corresponding types of marginalized communities; and (3) strategies for integrating these communities in the form of an integrated intervention tool and six conceptual pilots. These pilots are real-life simulations of how the integrated intervention tool can be translated into a concrete local integration strategy for a particular urban marginalized area. The conceptual pilots aim to facilitate the work of the local authorities and other local stakeholders in developing such strategies. Maps from the atlas of marginalized urban area in Romania can be used to visualize the urban marginalized areas for each of the conceptual pilots. The six conceptual pilots were developed in three cities and therefore the city presentation is common to all pilots that tackle problems within a given city. The pilots were developed for six types of urban marginalized areas, namely: (1) slum-type area with improvised shelters, (2) slum-type area with houses, (3) area with modernized social housing, (4) ghetto-type area with blocks of flats, (5) ghetto-type area in former industrial colony, and (6) historical (central) neighborhood with social housing and/or illegally occupied buildings.

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