Nearly 25% of households in Roma settlements in the Zemun municipality do not have potable drinking water, and those inhabitants live with a reduced sense of security, the results of the survey "Assessment of safety in the sub-standard settlements of the city municipality of Zemun"
The biggest problem for most of the inhabitants of those settlements is the lack of sewers or septic tanks. In such settlements in Zemun, 39% of Roma families do not have access to sewers, and the most endangered settlement is Kamendin, where over 77% of the homes do not have access to the sewage network.
In four informal settlements where the survey was conducted, 95% of the residents have electricity, 96% are heating, of which 53% are heated on solid fuels, 25% have central heating, while the smallest percentage uses electricity as a source of heating.
The results of the survey show that in those settlements there is a security risk, and that people live under a reduced sense of security.
The respondents said that in these settlements they often gather as they named "extremist groups" and after returning from schools and kindergartens, the children most remain in their homes, and also that in those settlements there are examples of domestic violence towards women and in smaller percentage for children.
The survey was made after a sample of 241 items in Roma settlements in Zemun - Wild neighborhood, Kamendin, Military Road Block 1 and Block 2 and the Wild Settlement in Zemun Polje, and implemented by the Roma Center for Women and Children "Djee" with financial support from OSCE Mission to Serbia.