In Thrace, there is a significant number of Minority children who, although at school age, do not go to school, or they do, but their attendance is irregular and poor and their school performance low. These are children from families with special economic and social problems, for whom poverty and undereducation are the norm. They are usually from areas where, as a rule, the parents move around in search for work and are absent from home, often for up to six months, and from households where the most regular source of income is the welfare benefits. These kids are characterized by an extremely low attainment at school and limited knowledge of the Greek language, while few of them manage to complete the 9-year basic and compulsory education. The Project organizes a systematic and multi-level action that aims at supporting these pupils and at limiting their tendency toward poor attendance and dropping out from school. This action takes place both within schools, through compensatory educational activities, and at the community level, with the objective to support the families and strengthening their connection with the school.