About 1.2 million homes in Bulgaria are not inhabited and not maintained, a report by the World Bank, prepared on the request of Bulgarian institutions, shows. The total number of housing units in this country is estimated at 3.9 million, which means that one out of three homes is empty. Currently 41% of Bulgarians live in overcrowded homes. When it comes to households, who are at a risk of poverty, about half of adults and 80 percent of children under 18 live in overcrowded homes. The number of uninhabited homes is highest in villages - 43%. In cities the level reaches 25 percent. Most of the housing units in Bulgaria are apartments in multi-family buildings from the times of communism. About 2 million Bulgarians live in poorly maintained households.
The Gabrovo country market is not a shiny pompous market with shops and offices situated in the center of a Bulgarian village. It is rather a bazaar-exhibition, which has already gained huge popularity. The idea of the Gabrovo country market..
The State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad (SABA) has handed over the Lady of the Year Award for the 9 th year in a row. 15 Bulgarian women from all over the world had been nominated for raising the children of our compatriots in the spirit of..
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia hosted the informal meeting of the EU Ministers of Energy. The event was part of the calendar of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2018 and went under the motto Clean Energy for Europeans...