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  • USAID’s Restoring Efficiency to Agriculture Production activity provides an internship program on hazelnut production. Students from the Agrarian University learn all aspects of hazelnut production

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  • This year USAID and Peace Corps in Georgia celebrate 13 years of partnership to support community-level development projects, like this youth leadership training. Since 2001, the Small Project Assistance Program has benefited more than 44,000 Georgians.

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  • Youth from USAID's Advancing National Integrity project visit a day care center for children with disabilities as part of a youth-led literacy campaign.

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  • USAID works to raise public awareness on disability issues and protecting rights—including political and electoral access—of people with disabilities in Georgia

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  • USAID-supported eco-club students are raising awareness about local environmental and watershed issues in communities across Georgia

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  • USAID programs are strengthening Georgia’s greenhouse vegetable production

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  • USAID vocational education classes are helping create opportunities for Georgia’s vulnerable populations

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With USAID support, more than 400 children have found the support they need in group homes.
Group Homes Rescue Georgian Children in Need
Through the help of HICD PLUS, the call center now operates based on global best practices.
Revamped Call Center Improves Social Services to Georgians
USAID’s Economic Prosperity Initiative (EPI) Project helped Georgian vegetable growers to acquire necessary skills to operate gr
Greenhouses Get a Boost in Georgia

Contact Information

Mission Contact

11 George Balanchine Street
Postal Code - M 

USAID Contact

Mischere Kawas, Country Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
, DC 
(202) 567- 4035