Social Programs Foundation (SPF)

Organization Future Prosperity House (OFPH)

Legal Protection Institute (LPI)

 

Kakheti Regional Development Foundation (KRDF)

On July 22, 2016 Social Programs Foundation (SPF), Consortium Legal Aid Georgia (LAG) and international non-governmental organization Action Against Hunger (ACF) conducted workshop in Zugdidi Municipality within the project “Livelihood Initiatives to Foster Employability and Entrepreneurship of IDPs and host populations in Georgia - “LIFE Georgia”. During the workshop the following topics were discussed:
- Presentation of 2 surveys - 1) base-line survey on the socioeconomic status of LIFE project direct beneficiaries and 2) capacity, skills, development and training needs (CSDT assessment) - to local government representatives;
- Highlighting links between the above mentioned surveys and Livelihood Action Plan as well as developing specific recommendations.
The representatives of MRA, IDP Livelihood LEPL, Zugdidi municipality (Gamgeoba and Sakrebulo), Social Service Agency, Educational Resource Center, various Colleges and civil society organizations participated in the workshop. The participants discussed the findings of the surveys and worked out specific recommendations.

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Starting from January 2015, LAG Consortium through one of its members – Social Program Foundation (SPF) is part of the larger Consortium of organizations led by the Acción Contra el Hambre (ACF Spain) and formed to implement the Livelihood Initiatives to Foster Employability and Entrepreneurship of IDPs and host populations in Georgia - “LIFE Georgia” project funded by the European Union (EU). The LIFE Georgia project aims to contribute to poverty reduction among conflict affected / displaced persons and their host communities in Georgia by facilitating their socioeconomic integration and inclusive participation in broader economic development processes. More specifically, the LIFE Georgia project will increase opportunities for sustainable livelihoods of conflict affected/displaced persons and host communities in Samegrelo and Shida Kartli through support in professional development, access to employment and fostering inclusive and gender sensitive policies, in collaboration with duty bearers, service providers and civil society actors. Also, ACF led consortium members are: Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG), Association ATINATI and Education for Democracy (ED). 

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United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF)

United Nations Democracy Fund

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration
Action Against Hunger              

Housing Initiative for                        

Eastern Europe 

EU Delegation in Georgia               
Save the Children International
Danish Refugee Council           


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