Georgia is the first in region to establish emergency medical team, known as the Emergency Medical Team Fixed Type 1. As part of ASB Georgia's project "Stronger Together - Cooperative Action to Respond to Cross-Border Emergencies", the staff of the Emergency Situation Coordination and Urgent Assistance Center underwent 120 hours of training within the framework of the World Health Organization's global classification process. Throughout the training program, team members gained essential knowledge and skills related to various areas: humanitarian aid, civil defense, mechanisms of emergency medical team operations, international best practices, as well as logistical, medical, and psychological aspects essential for effective team management and functioning.
The project is funded by the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO).
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.
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
On July 12, 2023, a meeting was held between the representatives of ASB Georgia and the president and vice-president of the Judo Federation.
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