Ongoing Programs

Number of organizations by region

All Regions

1065 Organization

Organization

CSO's ACTIVITY FIELD

Total result: 122 Organisations

Georgian Media Enhance Democracy, Informed citizenry and Accountability (G-MEDIA) (IREX Georgia)

  • Head of organisation: Matt Shelley
  • Address: 6 Marjanishvili st. Tbilis 0102i, Georgia
  • Phone: (+995 32) 291-26-08
  • Website: www.irex.ge
  • Email: [email protected]
  • The four-year USAID-funded G-MEDIA (Georgian Media Enhance Democracy, Informed citizenry and Accountability) program seeks to assist in the improvement of the quality and availability of news and information on new and traditional platforms, produced by professionals with improved skills and new citizen contributors. The program will lay groundwork for continuing improvements in the Georgian media environment by supporting systematic, evidence-based advocacy for improved media law and regulation driven by Georgian stakeholders. 

Open Door Grant Making Program (Europe Foundation)

 Open Door Grant Making Program (Europe Foundation)
  • Address: 3 Kavsadze Street, 2nd Floor Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
  • Phone: (995 32) 225 39 42, (995 32) 225 39 43
  • Website: www.epfound.ge
  • Email: [email protected]
  • The Foundation’s flagship Open Door Grant making Program will continue to provide CSOs with one of the very few opportunities to be proactive in identifying and addressing local needs, developing fresh solutions and ideas to existing challenges.

Book Translation Program (U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi)

Book Translation Program (U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi)

Arts and Culture (British Council)

Health care

Health and Social Development (USAID Georgia)

  • Head of organisation:
  • Address: 11 George Balanchine Street 0131 Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Phone: (+995-32) 254-40-00
  • Website: www.georgia.usaid.gov
  • Email:
  • USAID’s programs in the health sector help Georgia to improve maternal and child health, stop the spread of infectious diseases like tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, and improve health service delivery through healthcare sector reforms