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January 14, 2022

USAID/Georgia will partner with Georgia’s parliament, courts, judges, civil society, and universities to help build a more independent, effective, and accountable judicial system that ensures access to justice for all Georgian citizens.

December 15, 2021

USAID continues to partner with Georgia to promote citizen-centered governance based on the principles of transparency, accountability, and effectiveness. This July, we took another step forward in that partnership when the Open Governance Parliamentary Council, a body within the Parliament of Georgia, adopted its 2021-2022 Action Plan. The plan was developed through an inclusive process that included the Open Parliament Council, a number of civil society organizations, and international donors including USAID. 

December 15, 2021

At 25 years old, Giorgi Khitarishvili is building a thriving potato farm using innovative tools and technologies provided by USAID. Currently, USAID is partnering with more than 2,300 farmers, helping them increase revenues by growing high quality, disease-resistant potatoes.

For Giorgi Khitarishvili, growing potatoes is in his blood. His family owns and operates a potato farm in the village of Vale, near Akhaltsikhe in southern Georgia.

December 3, 2021

Leila Chantladze holds a Masters in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Program from Tbilisi State Medical University (TSMU).  In January 2018, she started working as a Program Assistant for the USAID Strengthening Physical Rehabilitation Project in Georgia, where she provided assistance to specialists from the United States who travelled to Georgia to work with local rehabilitation professionals. To do this, Leila had to move to Tbilisi from Kobuleti in the Adjara region, together with her father, who required constant care and support due to a spinal injury.      

November 3, 2021

Collaborting to create "win-win" solutions.

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