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“RurActiv – integrated project to improve the employment rate in Tărlungeni, Apața and Budila Communes (Brașov County)”. Identification number: POSDRU/110/5.2/G/89009.


Project co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund through the SectoralOperational Programme Human Resources Development 2007 – 2013, Priority Axis no.5: Promoting active employment measures, Key Area of Intervention 5.2. – Promoting long-term sustainability of rural areas in terms of human resources development and employment, “Investing in People!”.

IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: 1st February 2012 – 31st January 2014


Creating a sustainable system for supporting work force development in Tărlungeni, Budila and ApațaCommunes (Brasov County), therefore, by the end of the project, the three communes in which the project is being implemented will register a higher employment rate.


• Creating a network of promoters of rural development;
• Increasing employability for the people living in rural areas, through counselling and individualized informing followed by qualification of 60 inactive people (including a minimum of30 women) from the 3 communes involved in the project, with the purpose of integrating into the labor market succeeding with a minimum occupancy rate of 10% ;
• Improving the attitude of unemployed people from rural areas towards qualification and labor market integration;
• Understanding the opportunities for occupational and geographical mobility;
• Raising awareness on illegal labor and casual labor;
• Promoting through an annual 6 month informative campaign, an independent lifestyle, without the disadvantage of risky behaviors  which could decrease the chances of employment;
• Increasing employment opportunities for the working-age population, by facilitating access to assistance services for 30 dependent family members on the work schedule of the person they depend upon.


• 75 inactive people on the labor market (employed in subsistence agriculture or unemployed)from Apața, Tărlungeni and Budila Communes will directly benefit from the project;
• 15 promoters of rural development selected out of the 75 beneficiaries;
• A network of promoters of rural development;
• 3 training sessions of professional certification organized for: baby sitter, health mediator and elderly home care;
• 8 beneficiaries employed by the end of the project;
• 30 dependent family members, especially children, received assistance so that the project beneficiaries were be able to participate in training courses and consequently, find a job;
• 316 informative sessions organized as part of the project in rural family communities.