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Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the 26 years since then, the American people have provided more than $1.8 billion in assistance to Georgia through USAID.  More than 30 activities currently support Georgia’s journey to self-reliance; partnerships that accelerate economic growth, develop democratic institutions, improve health and education, and reduce the risk of social conflict. 

Building on this successful partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced. Major development objectives include:

  • Democratic checks and balances and accountable governance enhanced
  • Inclusive and sustainable economic growth
  • Increasingly stable, integrated, and healthy society

USAID programs will contribute to a Georgia that practices more accountable governance, achieves more broad-based and sustainable economic growth and development, and has more tangible progress reaching out to people in the separatist regions and in regions with significant minority populations.

 

 
 
 

 

Last updated: September 20, 2018

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