On July 12, 2023, a meeting was held between the representatives of ASB Georgia and the president and vice-president of the Judo Federation. The parties signed a memorandum of understanding for close cooperation in ASB Georgia’s new project and future joint activities concerning supporting vulnerable people in Georgia. As per the agreement, the Judo Federation will provide self-defense, self-confidence building and de-escalation classes to 1300 Ukrainian girls, women and boys over a period of 18 months.
Within the framework of the new project, Ukrainian citizens living in Georgia will receive monthly cash assistance to address their basic needs. During the winter season, the beneficiaries will receive additional financial assistance through Winterization. In addition to financial aid, Hresnics, traditional Ukrainian family helpers, will offer psycho-social support to the beneficiaries. The project targets persons with disability, families with elderly people, families with multiple children and single headed households.
ASB is one of the biggest and oldest social assistance organizations in Germany, with over 1.3 million members.
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 “Emergency humanitarian assistance for conflict-affected people of Ukraine” a project kick-off pr
ASB Georgia in close cooperation with the PPRD East 3 program and the Emergency Management Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia participated in a one-week multinational full