• Promoting Rule of Law in Georgia (PROLoG) EWMI 
    • Address / 5 Marjanishvili street, 3rd floor 0102, Tbilisi
    • Web address / www.ewmi-jilep.org
    • Phone / (+995 32) 250 54 04
    • Fax / (+995 32) 220 24 41
    • E-Mail / info@ewmi-jilep.org
    • Program review /
      The purpose of PROLoG is to strengthen the justice system to ensure due process, judicial independence, and the protection of human rights. The activity is designed to address key challenges in the rule of law sector and capitalize on opportunities for accelerated rule of law and justice sector reforms where there is political will and/or interest from civil society.  PROLoG will strengthen the legal environment for the application of due process rights and improve their implementation.
  • Advancing CSO Capacities and Engaging Society for Sustainability (ACCESS) EWMI 
    • Address / 5 Marjanishvili st. Tbilis 0102i, Georgia
    • Web address / www.ewmi-access.org
    • Phone / (+995 32) 220 24 44
    • Fax / (+995 32) 220 24 41
    • Program review /
      ACCESS, which began in November 2014, builds on the successes of EWMI’s and USAID’s previous work with civil society organizations in Georgia. The project works to enhance  effectiveness of civil society organizations (CSOs) in Georgia through: (1) increasing public confidence in CSOs and citizen participation in CSO initiatives, and (2) assisting CSOs to develop into stable and sustainable organizations. By empowering CSOs to become respected citizen representatives capable of leading public debate and collaborating with government, ACCESS contributes to more transparent and accountable governance in Georgia.
  • Agriculture (Oxfam GB in Georgia) 
  • Agriculture and Rural Development (EU) 
  • Agriculture Program (Mercy Corps) 
    • Address / Tbilisi 0179, Gegechkori 6
    • Web address / mercycorps.ge
    • Phone / (+995 32) 225–24–71
    • Fax / (+995 32) 225 24 73
    • E-Mail / admin@mercycorps.ge
    • Program review /
  • Alumni Programs – PAS (U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi)  
  • Applied Civic Education and Teacher Training (ACETT) program (PH International - საქართველო) 
    • Address / Tbilisi, NIkoladze str. 5. Entrance 1. floor 5
    • Web address / www.civics.ge
    • Phone / (+995-32) 299-91-81; (+995-32) 299-00-49
    • Fax / (+995-32) 299-91-81; (+995-32) 299-00-49
    • E-Mail / marina.ushveridze@ph-int.org
    • Program review / Program improves the quality and scope of school-based civic education as a means to positively influence the knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of youth (and, through their example, those of the broader community) as active participants in Georgia’s democratic society. ACETT involves a number of program areas, including curriculum development, teacher training, encouraging and promoting student civic involvement, and strengthening recognition of the importance of civics education. 
  • Arts and Culture (British Council) 
  • Assistance program (UNHCR) 
  • ეკონომიკური განვითარების პროგრამა (SDC) 
    • Address / 12 Radiani st, Tbilisi, Georgia
    • Web address / www.swisscoop.ge
    • Phone / (+995 32) 225-36-82/83
    • Fax / (+995 32) 225-36-84
    • E-Mail / tbilisi@sdc.net
    • Program review / The overall objective of the program is to reduce economic disparities, whilst maintaining economic growth and as such supporting the transition process. The program works towards the creation of a conducive and risk conscious business environment, which will lead to improvement and diversification of the income base in selected rural districts.
  • Biodiversity Program (WWF) 
    • Address / 11, M. Aleksidze Street 0193 Tbilisi, Georgia
    • Web address / wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/where_we_work/black_sea_basin/caucasus/
    • Phone / (+995 32) 223–75–00
    • Fax / (+995 32) 223–75–01
    • E-Mail / tgamkrelidze@wwfcaucasus.org
    • Program review / The program ensure that the earth's web of life - biodiversity - stays healthy and vibrant for generations to come.This program strategically focusing on conserving critical places and critical species that are particularly important for the conservation of our earth's rich biodiversity.
  • Carnegie Research Fellowship Program (American Councils) 
    • Address / 27/29 Chavchavadze Ave.Tbilisi 0179, GEORGIA
    • Web address / www.americancouncils.ge
    • Phone / (+995 32) 229–21–06; (+995 32) 291-32-52
    • Fax / (+995 32) 291-32-72
    • E-Mail / irma@amcouncils.ge
    • Program review /

      The program supports humanities and social science advanced graduate students and researchers from different countries  to carry out research activities in universities and institutes of the United States. 

  • Caucasus Research Resource Center (EPF) 
    • Address / 29-33, Chavchavadze Ave. Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
    • Web address / www.epfound.ge
    • Phone / (+995 32) 225–39–42/43, 225-27-63/78/82;
    • Fax / (+995 32) 225–39–42/43, 225-27-63/78/82
    • E-Mail / info@epfound.ge
    • Program review /
  • Caucasus Tolerance Education Program (Save the Children) 
  • Child Protection Program (UNICEF) 
    • Address / UN House, 9 Eristavi Street,Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
    • Web address / www.unicef.ge
    • Phone / (+995 32) 223-23-88, (+995 32) 225-11-30
    • Fax / (+995 32) 225-12-36
    • E-Mail / tbilisi@unicef.org
    • Program review / The program includes issues such as: child care system reform, juvenile justice, displaced children, disabled children and violence against
      children.
  • Civic Integration of National Minorities in Georgia and the European Charter for regional or minority languages (Council of Europe Office in Georgia) 
    • Address / 34 Chavchavadze Ave. 0179, Tbilisi, Georgia
    • Web address / www.coe.ge
    • Phone / (+995 32) 291–38–70/71/72/73
    • Fax / (+995 32) 291 38 74
    • E-Mail / informtbilisi@coe.int
    • Program review / The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages is one of the key conventions of the Council of Europe. It protects minority languages as a threatened aspect of Europe’s cultural heritage. When acceding to the Council of Europe, Georgia committed to signing and ratifying the Charter by 27 April 2000. This project is a joint European Union/Council of Europe programme which aims to create the conditions for the ratification and subsequent implementation of the Charter. It also aims to promote linguistic, educational and cultural aspects of civic integration of national minorities.


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