Posts From Manana Tatishvili
With support from the USAID Civil Society Engagement Program, the CSO Scene of Change is working to modernize management practices in Georgian theaters and make the country’s cultural sector more entrepreneurial. At
On average, 124 children are diagnosed with malignant tumors in Georgia every year. Because there are no standard methods to screen for pediatric cancer, early detection of the disease is
Dmanisi municipality has long suffered from a lack of public transport, which creates significant challenges for locals needing to travel from villages to the center of the municipality. This issue
Guidebook on the Mobilization of Financial Resources for Non-commercial, Non-governmental Organizations and Initiative Groups provides a broad menu of resource mobilization approaches available to CSOs in Georgia. The guide discusses practices
Located in the heart of Georgia’s Kazbegi municipality is the Truso Valley, a visually breathtaking gorge that is home to a geyser, unique travertine formations, pristine mineral lakes, and the
Citizen platform successfully advocates for 100 Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) families in Poti to be resettled out of polluted area.
Insufficient regulation and safety measures at Poti’s seaport and expansive industrial zone have long caused hazardous conditions for locals. Harmful substances are openly processed and transported, and factories emit heavy
With support from the USAID Civil Society Engagement Program, art group Collective Failure held the exhibition “The Burden of the River” on November 16-19 to reflect environmental concerns around the Vere River.
On November 29, Global Compact Network Georgia (GCNG), with support from the USAID Civil Society Engagement Program, organized its second annual Partnership Fair to foster cooperation between the private and civic sectors. The event
In Georgia’s education system, school nutrition poses a substantial challenge for both students and their families. The UNICEF Child Welfare Survey published in 2023 found that a mere 27% of