Katerina, a single mother with a two-year-old child, arrived in Georgia from Ukraine in 2022, accompanied by her mother. Despite the hardships and the longing for her homeland, Katerina and h
Tatyana Lechenko, an experienced Hresnic, who has been actively assisting 70 Ukrainian families in Georgia for over a year.
Priority Groups: Priority will be given to the applications that specifically target older persons, persons with disability, women and children.
"I will not give up until I win," said Roman, a determined 12-year-old boy from Ukraine who, along with his grandmother, found a smooth integration into Georgian society.
ASB Georgia, in cooperation with the Judo Federation, provides free self-defense classes for Georgian and Ukrainian women and children living in Georgia. And, in the article presents 5 main r
Our partner organizations announced a grant competition for deserving women who have faced gender and domestic violence, displacement, economic or social vulnerability, and women with disabil
ASB Georgia, with the cooperation of partner organization, conducted business start-up trainings to 60 women, who introduced with the basic skills and tools of business startups, marketing st
The aim of the course was to train participants in the EMT coordination methodology, in order to support the national response.
Georgia is the first in region to establish emergency medical team, known as the Emergency Medical Team Fixed Type 1.
On July 18, 2023, within the scope of the German Foreign Federal Office (GFFO) funded project ‚ÄúEmergency humanitarian assistance for conflict-affected people of Ukraine‚ÄĚ a project kick-off pr