"Sasto Vesto! For Roma Healthcare Through Art "was launched in the beginning of 2017 and continued throughout 2018. The project, with the support of the Open Society Institute in cooperation with Public Health Care, the Open Society Foundation, consists of workshops and forum theater performances in various Roma communities in Romania. The purpose of the workshops was to empower Roma communities to express themselves through art, against systemic discrimination and against negative attitudes and abuses by local authorities, which abuses directly affect health conditions and help to perpetuate the precariousness of Roma life. At the same time, the performances attempted to capture real experiences of the Roma people involved in the project and focused on topics such as: Roma family relationships, gender stigma, abortion, family discussions about menstrual cycle, sexuality, deprotection methods, or unwanted pregnancies.