Ongoing Programs

Number of organizations by region

All Regions

1065 Organization

Organization

CSO's ACTIVITY FIELD

Total result: 122 Organisations

New Economic Opportunities Initiative (NEO) (Chemonics)

  • Head of organisation: Kirk Ramer
  • Address: 6a Ramishvili st, Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
  • Phone: (+995 32)225 05 81, (+995 32) 225 05 61
  • Website: www.georgianeo.ge
  • Email: [email protected]
  • NEO will deliver assistance to 84 communities in 10 municipalities of the Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida-Kartli, Racha-Lechkhumi, and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti regions. By working closely with communities to develop practical economic planning, NEO will engage a broad stakeholder base to support the implementation of community-identified priorities in economic development and small-scale infrastructure rehabilitation. Through a combination of technical assistance and grants across all four components, we will promote improved living standards for our beneficiaries through enhanced household production, diversified sources of income, and increased employment opportunities. In addition, NEO will support IDP communities in selected areas to promote the sustainability of their houses.

Child Protection Program (UNICEF)

Responding to child sexual exploitation and abuse in Georgia (Council of Europe Office in Georgia)

Responding to child sexual exploitation and abuse in Georgia (Council of Europe Office in Georgia)
  • Address: 34 Chavchavadze Ave. 0179, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Phone: (995 32) 291 38 70
  • Website: www.coe.ge
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Aims at strengthening the capacity of authorities and professionals to prevent and protect children from sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and other forms of violence and to promote child-friendly practices in Georgia. Through the project, the state response towards child sexual abuse is enhanced and the development of a child-friendly justice system further supported in Georgia.

Biodiversity Program (WWF)

Exams (British Council)

Education and Social Services (Save the Children in Georgia)