Peter Wiebler handed certificates and Biblus vouchers to the three winner students/teams of a nationwide competition

Peter Wiebler handed certificates and Biblus vouchers to the three winner students/teams of a nationwide competition

Tbilisi. USAID/Georgia Mission Director, Peter Wiebler, handed certificates and Biblus vouchers to the three winner students/teams of a nationwide competition organized as part of the USAID Civic Education Raising Awareness Campaign “Learn To Make A Difference”.

“The competition invited young people to develop ideas for how to make civic education more interesting and fun for all, both teachers and students. Winning ideas included approaches to student self-governance, media literacy, and choosing a career.

Here are the winners:

  • Lizi Dugladze (Rustavi public school #13);
  • Mariam Natsvlishvili (Kutaisi school “Progress”,);
  • Nia Tavdishvili, Ekaterine Sandukhadze, and Nikoloz Iremadze (Tbilisi public school #221.)”.

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Source: The organization’s page on the social network

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