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Education is foundational to human development and is critically linked to broad-based economic growth, health outcomes, and democratic governance.

Over the past 26 years, U.S. government assistance has helped rebuild and reform the educational system in Georgia.


Momavlis Taoba (Future Generation)
June 2014-Oct 2020       
Project Harmony International
The Momavlis Taoba project empowers  greater civic engagement among young people while expanding and institutionalizing secondary school civic education curricula through practical applications.  Momavlis Taoba partners with the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport the Civics Teachers Forum, and other stakeholders to expand the reach of USAID’s civic education activities in secondary schools throughout the country.  

The USAID Basic Education Program
January 2020 – January 2024
RTI International
The USAID Basic Education Program supports the implementation of sustainable, inclusive, and student-centered education reforms in line with the priorities of the Government of Georgia.  The program aims to support all primary school students and teachers in Georgia’s public schools, emphasizing interactive learning methods to help students develop skills in reading, mathematics, critical thinking, and problem-solving to establish a foundation for lifelong success.  The USAID Basic Education Program supports reforms to ensure that ethnic minority students and students with disabilities receive education tailored to their unique needs.  It promotes both native-language and Georgian-language curriculum for ethnic minority students while ensuring that primary education teachers receive training on working with children with special educational needs.  The program is implemented in partnership with local teacher training organizations, including universities and NGOs located in Georgia’s rural regions.  Through capacity building and ongoing quality assurance, the Basic Education Program will support these institutions to increase their standards of quality and become sustainable contributors to high-quality primary education. 


Last updated: April 28, 2020

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