Roma communities live in conditions of extreme poverty and social marginalization. Alongside education, employment,and health care, housing and settlement issues are some of the most pressing concerns.
Without an address, it is often impossible to register for public services or engage in lawful income-generating activities. Problems that can result from insecure residence include: forced evictions, lack of secure land tenure, inadequate alternative housing, lack of civil registration, and the inability of Roma children to attend school.
Resolving housing and settlement issues helps break the vicious cycle of exclusion.
Downing Street 10 Government tries to solve the problem of Roma community promising to build 4.000 houses for Roma people.