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 013  Ce Trebuie Să Fac

 Environment for Romania: 
An emergency information guide adapted to each user

 Solution is live 

Ce Trebuie Să Fac is a simple and practical guide based on a variety of possible scenarios through which the population can go through in emergencies, offering official recommendations for a better protection for everyone in the community. An important functionality during the pandemic is the symptom assessment questionnaire that helps identify the degree of risk each person is in in order to determine steps to be followed.

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ce trebuie sa fac

year launched
days to build the platform from scratch
million unique users
million times used

Solution developed pro-bono by Code for Romania volunteers with the support of RAF, ING and the Vodafone Foundation

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Solution built by:

Anca Cismașiu

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Andra Brînzaniuc

UX Architect

Andrei Ioniță

Technology Officer

Andrei Mitrea

Technology Officer (pro-bono)

Bogdan Ivanel


Cătălin Bindea

Ciprian Plătica

Dan Ichim

Dan Lepadatu

Dan Lepădatu

Dana Pascu

Chief Strategy Officer (pro bono)

Irina Borozan

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Mihai Nica

Mihai Popa

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Olivia Vereha

Vice President of Product

Radu Adăscăliței

Razvan Ciuca

Răzvan Ciucă

Tudor Gergely


Veronica Mihai

Source Code

All code written by the Code for Romania community is open-source. We aim to build, contribute to and encourage the development of Romania's code library to increase the quality of software solutions in the public space and beyond. Open source development increases the quality of the digital infrastructure built by digital actors, reduces costs by reusing code in different contexts, increases transparency, eliminates reliance on single providers and encourages the strengthening of contributor communities among specialists who can report errors or improve components and functionality. Explore the code for this solution here: