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April 27, 2020

In February, the USAID Agriculture Program announced a new round of innovation grants to support local food producers, processors, and distributors. These grants are designed to catalyze innovation in Georgia’s agriculture sector to increase revenues, create jobs, and drive economic growth in rural areas.

April 13, 2020

The U.S. Government, through USAID, announced that its Economic Security Program is supporting the production of packaging for nearly one million domestically manufactured medical masks to be distributed throughout Georgia.  A partnership between USAID, Enterprise Georgia, and private sector manufacturers, this activity is helping protect the health and safety of Georgia’s citizens during the COVID-19 prevention period. 

April 3, 2020

On March 26, U.S. Secretary of State Michael R.

March 31, 2020

USAID empowers women and girls to participate fully in Georgia’s democratic, social, and economic development.  Recognizing that the language we use affects the way we think and impacts how we treat women, the USAID Promoting Rule of Law in Georgia (PROLoG) program partnered with the Government of Georgia’s Human Rights Council to call on Georgia’s youth to “Change Oppressive Sayings Regarding Women.”

February 13, 2019

United States (U.S.) policy in Georgia exemplifies how our approach to former communist states can succeed. Thanks in large part to U.S. political support and assistance, a country close to being a failed state eight years ago now is a strong partner in combating terrorism and nuclear proliferation, contributes substantially to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) missions, has constructive relations with most of its neighbors, and is one of the most democratic countries in the former Soviet Union. At the same time, Georgia presents challenges to which the U.S. is committed to respond. Georgia requires further democratic development, reforms in other areas need to be sustained, and the Russian occupation of the separatist regions of both Abkhazia and South Ossetia undermines their reintegration into Georgia and puts a brake on the overall reform process, a U.S. priority.

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