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November 14, 2014

Along with USAID/Caucasus Mission Director, Stephen Haykin, on October 29th, 2014, I visited several sites of the New Economic Opportunities (NEO) project in the Mtskheta-Mtianeti region. Our visit to the region highlighted the strong U.S. economic support for Georgia and the importance of the agriculture sector to Georgia’s future. During my visit, I met local farmers at a rehabilitated agrarian market in the village of Tsitelsopeli, on the northern “military” highway. Thanks to USAID’s assistance, almost 70 residents of adjacent villages sell their farm products.

June 30, 2014

Jonathan Katz, USAID's Deputy Assistant Administrator for Europe and Eurasia visited Georgia during the recent municipal elections.  Click here to access his blog and read about his experience in Georgia and his impressions as an election observer.

http://georgia.usembassy.gov/news-events/emb_news2014t/15062014observ.html

June 26, 2014

On June 25th, Stephen M. Haykin, USAID/Caucasus Mission Director, launched Promoting Gender Equality in Employment project. USAID’s Promoting Gender Equality in Employment Project is a locally-driven initiative, developed by Article 42 of the Constitution. The project will conduct training for employers, employees and youth in Tbilisi and ten regions of Georgia.

March 13, 2014

USAID/DCHA/CMM Annual Program Statement (APS)

FY 2014 Conflict Mitigation and Reconciliation Programs and Activities

Funding Opportunity No. APS‐OAA‐14‐000003

 

Answers to Questions from March 10, 2014 pre-application conference

Statement by USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah on the Georgian Presidential Inauguration of Giorgi Margvelashvili
November 18, 2013

On November 17, 2013, USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah led a U.S. delegation, including USAID Assistant Administrator Paige Alexander and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Melia, attending Georgia's Presidential Inauguration of Giorgi Marvelashvili. Marvelashvili was elected in a peaceful election on October 28, 2013. Administrator Shah's official statement is below.

November 4, 2013

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded CNFA a contract, valued at $19.5 million, to implement the Restoring Efficiency to Agriculture Production (REAP) in Georgia from September 2013 through September 2018.  The REAP project will increase employment and income in rural areas by delivering firm-level investment and technical assistance to expand the operation of existing smallholder farmers and rural enterprises.  The project will facilitate the entry of new agribusinesses and input suppliers, including machinery service providers, storage facilities, sort

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