Elguja Goderdzishvili, a 27 year-old winemaker from Georgia’s Gurjaani region, participated in a March, 2016 talk show organized by Information Center Kakheti (ICK), a USAID-supported regional media outlet. In response, people in Georgia and abroad became interested in purchasing his organic wines.
People from Ninotsminda and Akhalkalaki villages prompted their community to solve a local problem when they participated in an environmental talk show on Radio NOR, a USAID-supported regional media outlet. They told listeners about how the garbage from a local waste facility blows onto their pastures, damaging the health of their cattle and crops.
A grandfather and granddaughter with physical disabilities live together with their family in a second story apartment in Sachkhere, in Georgia’s Imereti region. Because their building does not have any accommodations for persons with disabilities, the family’s two wheelchair users are unable to leave home. As a result, they are prevented from exercising their constitutional rights to participate in civic, political, economic, social, and cultural life.
In February 2016, USAID’s Georgia Primary Education project (G-PriEd) distributed sets of educational activity cards to the parents of more than 18,000 primary students in Georgia. The cards, designed to sit on a table or countertop for easy reference, consist of a variety of exercises that can be completed during the course of everyday tasks.
On June 7, 2016, U.S. Ambassador Ian Kelly and Minister of Labor, Health and Social Affairs Davit Sergeenko attended an event to mark the successful completion of USAID’s TB Prevention Project.
Last updated: July 18, 2016