By Simon Ankjaergaard
Hus Forbi, Denmark
Like for many other Roma, life in Romania has always been a struggle for Catalin and Puiu. An average job does not sustain a family. As a Roma, you are automatically lowest in the social hierarchy. An unstable job as a laborer for [4 or 6 dollars] an hour or the lowest social benefit of around [$2.70] a day is far from enough to cover expenses for food, clothes, gas and electricity. It is also not enough to pay for education, crucial for Roma children to break the downward spiral and build a better life for themselves.
Six years ago, Catalin and Puiu decided to leave the neglected houses in the village of M