Georgia has undergone a significant transformation since USAID first began providing assistance in 1992. In the years since, the American people have provided more than $1.8 billion in assistance to Georgia through USAID.
With more than 35 ongoing activities, USAID is strategically partnering with Georgia to advance sustainable development, empowering Georgia to advance its Euro-Atlantic integration and strengthen its resilience to malign influence. The USAID strategy focuses on supporting Georgia’s sustainable development in an effective, inclusive, and accountable manner. Specifically, USAID assistance helps Georgia to:
- Strengthen its resilience to external malign influence.
- Consolidate fragile democratic gains through enhanced citizen responsive governance.
- Provide inclusive, high-value employment opportunities through increased economic growth.