Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-267).
|Statement||Hermine G. De Soto, Sabine Beddies, Ilir Gedeshi.|
|Series||World Bank working paper,, no. 53|
|Contributions||Beddies, Sabine., Gedeshi, Ilir.|
|LC Classifications||DX301 .D42 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlii, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|ISBN 10||0821361716, 0821361724|
|LC Control Number||2005298386|
Marriage Ages for Roma, Egyptians, and Total Albanian Population during Transition Ages of Roma and Egyptians at Birth of Their First Child Average Roma and Egyptian Family Sizes, by Zone Average Income through State Assistance for Roma and Egyptian Households (in percentages) Average Monthly Household Expenditures for. Get this from a library! Roma and Egyptians in Albania: from social exclusion to social inclusion. [Hermine G De Soto; Sabine Beddies; Ilir Gedeshi] -- This report provides key insights into the social exclusion processes that affect Roma and Egyptian communities in Albania - two of the most vulnerable minority communities in Albania. It offers. A report for the UNDP on Roma in Albania. Roma and Egyptians in Albania: A socio- demographic and economic profile based on the census. 4. EMPL OYMENT. Employment is a crucial dimension for social inclusion, but .
Get this from a library! Roma and Egyptians in Albania: from social exclusion to social inclusion. [Hermine G De Soto; Sabine Beddies; Ilir Gedeshi]. It offers advice on the design of concrete actions to facilitate the inclusion of Roma and Egyptian communities into Albanian society, and also includes feedback from the Roma and Egyptian communities on the study findings and recommendations. 4 Roma and Egyptians in Albania: A socio- demographic and economic profile based on the census triers to access to education encountered by he bar roma families have direct consequences in terms of educational attainment. if 96% of albanians have at least completed a full primary education, and 80% achieved at least a lower. Books» Series (other)» World Bank Working Papers; Roma and Egyptians in Albania: From Social Exclusion to Social Inclusion. c b. Tweet Like Share # Shares: 0. Download. English PDF MB. Text file KB. Published. Journal 1 of 1. Author(s).
The project supports the Government of Albania in its efforts to achieve the objectives set forth in the National Action Plan for the Integration of Roma and Egyptians, Present in Albania for centuries, the Roma and Egyptians are one of the special ethnic groups settled all over the country, mainly in the Western and Southern parts of Albania. The end of socialism marked the beginning of the Roma’s and Egyptians decline from relative well-being to extreme poverty. They currently constitute the poorest and [ ]. Roma and Egyptians in Albania by Hermine G. De Soto, , World Bank edition, in EnglishCited by: No one seems to have accurate data on Roma in Albania—but foreign NGOs estimate there are betw of them living in the .