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The purpose of the forum was to develop relations between NGOs and. expand the participation of civil sector in decision making processes. CIDA representatives informed guests about the ‘ongoing projects and planned activities; Information brochures and manuals printed by CiDA were distributed. About 200 organizations which work on projects for children and youth, participated in the forum, both on governmental, so international and local levels. Similar forum was held in Telavi on September 29th, The main purpose of the forum was to provide information for the interested people about both professional and academic education and employment opportunities Within the scope of the mentioned event, the representatives of CiDA held the presentation of the project Training and Employment Support Initiative in Criminal Justice Sector in Georgia and talked about the education and employment of target groups such as conditionally convicted, juvenile and former convicts 4815 CIDA ware 9MdOMG3900 PNR UL Mol Una Ne} ERR ALI HU UR AL nal Doro oUt) BdddHN)d Iergonddy6, sorbsdmogtherdm mbgobnBgn08 slings" gaBateans gir Bndeiogeon Ughabye hoggombygoa borbgméBayoe go8Bs6nob gations babgons” 26 g8gBpayn. ermbabdngbe, obmdge eo agbmagersbgngy® bobadoneatte abggaéyanl bo gnorbg30 bodoterggene Vsboandfingy> Sobnbo 430 goon rrnerodga gobo @2 Bob babgerdfager 3899.80, eodernBagryto geohdzbob, baghansBetinbe eo amgneambtinge frgabrBigngtns Hobo eanbcrahn eoqhhe6yb p08 Bndeioggnns Ughaby’ hoggoebygpn bonbigmhBayne zo8Bs6nob tqeggho agfgho bagatonggenerd ggninbgbn,gasbaygantgina Ascerdemabo, bvBggénbdato, borsq3axgor byba® gallighng Aeghotg,genbngyhin ydgntaghendgdnen eababyngdgera Agboyndsenoggogbo eo bergengbo spB8abonb Brdeabosindabad engaboBayngbo ggeBe BnBerbgerner finda bobggdereninb Somggey%gbo ae dosrdgAb gooey segncerding Bnbabyegebsb; azbbbosb ory bo boJotr> Bbenggene geod gogers eo @ergyAygoy00 aagBingho Borgggm, babad agtmgagndigbagh2n gomoomgnengdsb aofyandg® @ gonqbinbg6 0 baeyoerbyqdbo oo Gabgndb, Gndgenag Tgadengds Bono Abtengab yqrBer gqnBob Fabgiab @ahregg99% ee bansboren baBdsoneegdéingn Bydotegab gotgay dgbaghnd gg4nomnr8y qob Gab dendggg, mine es sg6mooen te gaa bye ge nb eaigen ils OCTOBER 9, 2017 PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION WTO Non Re RT each EUROPE IS HOME (On October 9, presentation of Information Campaign con visa-free regime with the European Union/Schengen Area -Europe is home was held at Information Center on NATO and EU. The aim of the regional information ‘campaign is to raise awareness of the local population in the regions, especially in the villages and municipalities located along the occupational line, conflict zone and ethnic minority settlements, Within the frames of the first phase, trainings of the trainers will be held for the representatives of the Regional Civil Society Network (R-CSN). The second phase of the campaign includes the informational meetings on visa-free regime with the local population, with the participation of the representatives of the Regional Civil Society Network in the regions of Georgia. During the meetings, population will be provided with informational materials in Georgian, as well as in Armenian and Azerbaijani languages. The presentation of the videos, developed within the frames of the campaign will be conducted at the meetings. ‘The campaigns organized bythe Non-Governmental organization fs and the Regional il Society Network R-CSN},n partnership the Office ofthe State Minster of Georeia on European and slant integration and informacion Center on NATO 2nd EU, withthe suppor ofthe European Union, Open Society Foundations nd uiberty Bank ISC ongdigob ,o%ogbobgginbs wo eabofdybob bye fyrdnb abnyodgbs aubooen Bonen bygge6o"gatrgeng’Bn, gsdngborees Gagaho6ogno bs8gtoertg eogadogbgera bfagengbab domgevAy deg Be afcog bos Sings Byers Go}e-cgby Bo, _8egedo ee bagby-gogabgendo Agbonghgb yongoee Abgogbeady—n90b, Inomrdnan Bogrghab Aenby, gvbOregbyey Bnlogbbo eee docn engabo ig gb 4 ggoe6ghBo Berbabengendod ygqe GqrnGndngbyererdab B8Ene, niga srgabsBgboen 2-0 ejgnBbgb, gandatens Songdoo gbabgd boobgntaaygor Bgbgaebgbo o8boreoy6o aboeayob io, Bgbggietad 2Babh FuGSmaeagbies eobhohgbgdyera Abstoggbaboengab, Srndgnbs eo Bsbe Batrarol Aghodanghsoenbab Bgbobyd bgt goo dohorenbs gad dob aycubbdndd badydooby esazabgbyeo Ufagsegbol 3omghud, 60 abggbepnds Bygdepnaer dnntn6 bada8bg g9—,988 se bndEgev0 Bnghv8oe gs Gergen door abofagha0 88h I6ergho3n aeqnenb 8299, nes — OCTOBER 10, 2017 WORK-BASED LEARNING PROGRAM Coe asa Within the framework of the project Training and Employment Support initiative in Criminal Justice Sector in Georgia, registration for the work-based learning program was announced, which involves former convicts and conditionally convicted residing in Racha-Lechkhurmi, Kakheti and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions. 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Ug, 98 365836gee0g360 baba baflogandng “gghgbabIyongornbso bsdngoqnagn bsBergatrgbnb Oggoe evn jonenbs (R-CEN) eo a6ubsdon gtr egsbnbagos bsBfognges gbSgnantgbab bsaaqbom (ones) 8696 fobabaathggbow Rogntgbyee sper, Gedgsoay SygerbgH8e dybrg%gbodpgon de BbBygeagob boJnberghginbs eo S6oortingggbebgxBeger96sb Bondegbo rei xo gin tg arcant ig ie ee I5 CIDA wre OCTOBER 17, 2017 CUCM e aN RELY Cater orice Fy Despite the fact that women represent majority of all registered voters in Georgia (53, 7%), their participation in elections and political processes is very low. Due to their low civic engagement, women's needs are rarely considered by decision makers and/or election candidates. In order to increase politicians’ awareness of and sensitivity towards women voters’ priority issues, EWMI ACCESS and CIDA initiated a questionnaire survey in 10 regions of Georgia to identify top problems that women face, and use the pre-election period to present these issues to the election candidates for consideration, 23 regional civil society organizations (members of the Regional Civil Society Network R-CSN) interviewed 1106 women in 10 regions of Georgia and after summarizing questionnaire findings, presented them to a large audience of CSOs, election candidates and journalists on October 17. Presentation was held in Tbilisi and it received wide media coverage both in Tbilisi and in the regional media. In parallel to the presentation, the regional media interviewed local CSOs (who conducted the survey) to discuss the survey findings and ‘major problems as identified by women in their respective regions. During post-election period, ACCESS will continue to support regional CSOs to follow-up on these issues and advocate that the elected decision-makers address the needs and priorities of women voters. The most frequently cited problems that women respondents identified through the survey are: Poor roads and sidewalks with no pavements (posing danger and causing difficulties while commuting with kids and a stroller); Inaccessibilty to drinking water at homes (including lack of water, or water on a schedule that make household chores and cattle grooming extremely hard to manage); Lack or poorly managed parks and recreation areas, as well as ‘outdoor lighting (children do not have spaces for entertainment); Poor access to and quality of kindergartens (unavailable spaces for more students at kindergartens and/or inflexible working hours forcing mothers to be late for work and/or leave offices carly to pick up their children from kindergartens}. Lack or regular waste collection and disposal services. The survey's interesting finding was that 67% of respondents’ state that they would vote for a candidate who addresses women's problems and interests in his/her electoral program. ran NEES) Peseta Serene 18 (990083960, 2017 BNR SLU oe HRN oti) SA re] UT Es NUL Nene OCTOBER 18, 2017 Sra eee el seo ae NUN hy 18 njgnddghb, bogaénsgeomh-gnQ3ghmo abmryaagnnd (GFA), Baby bo nbgsbrbayogboo8: g363030b baghasdogadn Lymqyabon (ISET), afh3ntbobgaBgoeaégbab abeoyoayoaben6 (EDA), baBeefagpade gubgneotgho0 bovggbprmbo (CIDA) wo sbimgnages ,senbooron6" (ATINATI) ghone, sbogvn Moraga’ IsgGbserabs eo bengepad Bgnbgedab eatin Ayo co Us paeper bafos Bengt 8ba6g—08}y%n nbnynagngs" JagbgbH 93M godo600. 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(EDA), Civil Development Agency (CiDA) and Association "Atinati" held a presentation of a new project“ Supporting Initiative of Food and Agriculture Sector in small and medium enterprises” The FASSI's duration has been 2 years and its purpose is to strengthen business-supporting organizations (BSOs) In Food and Agriculture to enable them to further support their small and medium enterprises (SME) in issues such as meeting new regulations, avallabilty of the EU market and improvement of business relationships as inside so outside the country. The project also considers enhancing the role of the BSOs in development of sectoral strategy and recommendation concerning Deep and Comprehensive Free Trading Area (DCFTA) “Within the DCFTA, the EU and Georgia have cancelled all import taxes on Georgian products. Agriculture is an important sector in Georgia, where a large part of the population is employed and therefore new opportunities for export will be very important for the field development. This project is very important for Georgian entrepreneurs to be able to export their products to EU and use DCFTA opportunities, "Carlo Natale, Deputy EU ‘Ambassador to EU Delegation to Georgia. During the event, together with the presentation of the project, the audience was also acquainted with the report on needs survey of business support organizations Which was prepared within the project. In the near future, along with other activities, itis also planned to implement trainings and small grant programs that promote the development of business supporting organizations. rei oxo 2109300088960, 2017 RTA Sens EU olen ete) Ue RNa wnt corre Neier) TU) wlUl Dy = 21 efgndighl, Joepsbgonb doenad sgbdrmbsan gonBoton g6m¥0b boggeob Stiga (European Rural Parliament) ‘gghghe, oweny gg4esogoKnb 40 doggbnb Fab BerBareggbengdoné m0 , go badendognagen babrrgagpngdnb ggnmrbger| ‘Basen Fag enhrgsboBayogBoy doogyb 6aflogen gghrbob 3x Ba60 brggon gabgooahghdn aegneredonge onda Batrargenebab godennnagde os ggtmnta brneggpnb gabgoenatgbl Serernngad gogdgmbgbgbo oger. derbafinergade goggég® align B6allgoggeeagsb ba goorbgQb dngenogdnyeo: brggend 6g cbgbalighyggyoabe eo bgtgadghed goySgebghginb byeedgfigndo; Lngenad gsegnmatgdvan LEADER Srmamfab dedgqnatrBound go nga 8096 aegnerrbonga boyotoenpdgand gaqo}tab ByjabeBOgbes estohs bagab golndedocudebsbogogesbahéaapabgeye shod foedodoeaasmott # ningye egioe segue ede Josafogstn dug boens Sagoo isoenoegia, ukadakctogedons soesganones git cgi eo Shgaitegpinge bogee Gngeset Bgbuatcdshab stbapsenge bibonse Bodigabstig gee ggderb bengenad Sogn dig dydge Agnghbs. By 3phg80 Bb adn bgbgeen Bored dedgeroénBoynsb ogdebygergm dom pbomrbebab d bngepe gbengbgenn dated Bgfdnb doBEnn (National Rural Parliaments) at OCTOBER 21, 2017 CDW Ue Cue un) biases WRU La Cr be MEETING In the city of Venhorst, Holland, on October 18-21, European Rural Parliament was held, where EU country representatives, CIDA and members of Regional Civil Society Network (R-CSN) participated. The aim of the meeting was to strengthen local community, Involvement and improvement of the European rural development. Participants got acquainted with important issues as: promoting improvement of infrastructure and services at rural level; Promoting the LEADER approach in rural development and improvement of the mechanisms of meeting the needs of the locals. The representatives of CIDA and R-CSN participated in 4 thematic working groups, aimed to ensure sustainable development of the village, participatory decision-making, ‘and the increasing possibilities for the youth to live in the rural areas. In the current year, the European Rural Parliament gathered for the third time. The gathering aims to promote the existing model popularization in the Eastern Partnership Countries, for the creation of the National Rural Parliaments. badongo nbgubBagogdnd 30 a fosdndoggggee9 fy 80 dodongeb gonbcb UbgnqathgeSgfngodiereg ggg Sebafngngebs dang brgnab goBpaas4gbab oeaeopabghab Seaetabs bps | eae 2 oie ae haps segaigeitngn bodefocrogo obgsbabsgoqed, sda Aabanggenmdgbel do6 earygdbgbgnbe obs smBnhpoqe0 99 Jnhgbab fhBeAdeegqbeg88o dong abgroh3agno bergeenb go6gnonotibob gongbyeqe Segeagngn® dgbabyb co dob combsty appneonblnge gsbgnaatghbingt, qrobggbgbgdgee dootgon Gagyeh Bphubgd Somragngob Gntgbsbs eo gaSbertgngeegbsdo, ggGengoqdotod LEADE! (hengeal g3bmdngoh gafgnmatgiab erbaidngd Bb Bent 97860) dogegedabo go sepgnenndGingn badenfdgeer segggbeb agSrdgepa S6aggng0b bofotenggenrdo by hggob Aghabya apbobs eo abn 4. byborgo Bapatgdysne gghnbgn Labgoenes gMghabggbed bgbeo@s6, Gr3genny dngeye daqyenb Zab ysdan _abbortyngereads. Qf gbn65-HorgAnb GnBaboo ogeondaafigd begconb ga6gnenasigbob seamgagotgbsbe co bsGenfoqragen adgoginbab ga8Gs denerrdig, gegbnbagdn wogggdneras Bags dvrmesn, dghgmo- Benoa, bodghgrgsgsbgede, ashore, oy bgato, 6ofo quite os Sago kgs5pae hedyyoyce be bbe, _gyPobo po 9$068r, afosixggeor dggnrégd2r. BnAenbo6g Food OCTOBER 27, 2017 Naa O LUC Ole Mae ea ake Up to 30 representatives of Civil Society Organizations from different municipalities of the Kvemo Kartl region of Georgia took part in the Rural Development Advocacy training in Rustavi on October 26-27. Representatives of civil society, community/rural associations and non-commercial legal entities established by the local self governments received information on the national rural development policy and its relevance to the local needs and opportunities, as well as on the role of different stakeholders in policy planning and implementation, European models and approaches to rural development, such as LEADER / Local Action Groups, and their application in Georgia ‘The training in Rustaviis the first in a series of training events in every region of the country. This intensive training programme aims to develop inspiring advocates of rural development, raise public awareness and promote advocacy and civil activism in rural areas. The training programme will continue until the end of 2017 and will cover Shida Kartli, Mtskheta- Mtianeti, Samtskhe-lavakheti, Kakheti, Imereti, Racha Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti, Samegrelo-Zemo ‘Svaneti, Guria and the Autonomous Republic of Ajara, The Rural Development Advocacy Waning run evelopment (ENPARD) and organized bythe Chl Dev ‘Agency (GDA) wih assistance from the European Unio rei xe 30 I0M839G0, 2017 CNH eT [Los Sorat) LON ul ore loni otek Ul UMN srs Lo NL ot) Neen OCTOBER 30, 2017 CONSTRUCTION OF TOURISM INFRASTRUCTURE IN MARELISI IS FINISHED babogoeb dgfingndogongggab berggendaggonko bogs abestabotadeneaiee bsdzdomginasbobrryoges boggeo pings 4969 giSsogiabdergba ed gob Ego, 305Gi99 Heol goghgonby GeByoqg WF nad 386090 eo genadg Gor oadbop0bdéagsenenbdgrn%o ean bulyiengbqbo. dmadonb dgbagatob, e2gon enhadsSr@goenab 526806¢gboo, a 6od6ygpn bodgBhengbeb bogoéigbad oggamgdeyebs grdenggg.%> agogsb gsBegobo6n,frd Bogepabiba brdger-baogoyoob shmgbyepe domo ugbosoaryen Sgbobgergere Beghemgetb eo Gab abgzere gadgntmnzern aggoeo. 439630 foseafoeso Exkggota dognonbo gy ebye bpyAHnBb,Sobgeeabe go Fobdmagag6b ghm-gha ggb 4 oxo36 Bgbobgergend,bowug gobonghgbyeqn gaygern datnderngbad ogdababgeogno wo Uacogabe babgy 86. bg osbgoagenogera boggggdeb a2zdbebgbgdo wo agoomrdefignds gababgabgdqnog abye0 ybabgg0b 8g9 goB—qe BgaZdbeb," = ygboonds cnstooBobo gop (gg bob Fob axegoepedoago Bybogndserngggob eabdghner 336 98g dabsdgergene gBab égabognagagno RILEIORS, boxe ooadond gntgangBin dae 396g gsboorgdebbavggo, Fodag egneendGnggiad fon, esdon dan gesaygecngbo aogorrgbom ghogonbe gubogs. 204 gabomgdo doeyoa6 anlotgabre, of guns bmggcon wo anegaeon dbragseabo Aasqpoab ggufigoghyb.obgoooBzyga Boggh, fd gaboonghad Agbaeginsb. pstghcoab debog%y8boy g98 3fggn boo aubotgbgqngdo go dagerodgnate gotm. Sggbegnh 9 en aqhos", ~ afb db aggoqrndGngo Bnbsbeyg, ovda6 Booby body LosdyBorgbo sbo@sd apgoqwedting ByEnyoBagnng gens bad Bonderednin gabsbrtyegeno, J4enaqond ,vagstaggere ahabdab badgertie Botonggna gordo egdgbabo 3996 nfsdgghnddghadengdeondgbb gsb6qs" guéigeeg8be Shonfbo Brdgabstagendge dnererergng dp yHEqirdues sbergnagnd *yg9396sb," dbergepae b08g0b0 go aadinbood beryoogryo gi8jnmedgbob gebeab qobatlizén BbaéQ09éne CIDA performed the infrastructure works in the Village of Marelisi, Knaragauli Municipality. Outdoor lighting poles, garbage bins, solar power WI-FI and electronics multifunction charging equipment were installed in the village. Project Manager David Tarimanishvill explains that the necessity to carry out these works has been demonstrated by the fact that the central entrance of Borjomi-Karagauli National Park is located in Marelisi and represents a busy touristic attraction, “Park is visited by the half of million tourists annually; Marelisi represents one of the main entrances, where the administration and guest house of the protected areas are located. Improvement of infrastructural facilities will create more comfort for the tourists, "said Tarimanishvil Recently, rehabilitation of the main road to the park was finished by the local municipality, also within the framework of the project outdoor lighting system was installed, and locals mention that it became safer to move in the village at night time. "We needed outdoor lighting, this is forested village and wild animals bother us. Now, | hope they will avoid the lighting. Train rides sometimes happen at night, we are happy and thankful. This is @ big relief for us"- says the local, Tamar Maisuradze CIDA implemented the works in collaboration with the local municipality, within the framework of the project "Increasing opportunities for Poor Communities and Micro Entrepreneurs Involved in the Georgian Tourism Sector’ ‘The project was implemented by the Biological Farming Association “Elkana’, with financial support of the World Bank and Japan Social Development Fund. 3190M83960, 2017 NUTT HO RY UMN AU) SUN Pg eas Ne UR Ney cel FH IUD BN ndgebghb, Moorgdgab ces6sBoyerae Higggb yond anrtymg hobs s6eniegnacagtn Jar Afri ge6abni6 srbqqnggte dyrsge atabingerjngogbobng" quégergtBa aundaton Bgbggeho dobanggenBigooer6, goo by MiBgnqanb, dyogqG bab dengdgab shoergsB4qs Arsafinenggbn gobagotonggeerd aghigagoab bsobo9g%rb Wn? agabaoygpeb doggg yond yghotnd” aboengab gn andggnynatgdo eaphhObgs AFgoaepdo BoBoeregdl sboeno Fogbn- segggdeb Aggg" (erzaabatn 92g00 og db2gbgbgertg) fob geg069. 03668) Fogbob dodg6yeorbsBy abaya go SnBoeregbad Bggoogdb +3830 yb: Sghagetb eababiogen 3 sboeagabMb Gobo Fado babadhow goqog490. Ahagebe gabsbybghorge sbomgsBogahob spebybob byengighad Bododin obgghgab goxgnggisb eo Snbfosegen> By Bgghqdoan Bybosergheyebgbob gobgonoégbab. Sw Fae "eu ae eBay tf OCTOBER 31, 2017 PREC aR ULE RL oN am Le (On October 31, in the framework of the project, Improving Secondary Crime Prevention Process for Juveniles and Children in Conflict with the Law in Georgia, a meeting with Georgian writer Dato Turashvili was held. Participants of the project and beneficiaries of Crime Prevention Center of the Ministry of Justice attended the meeting. The writer presented the new book “The King of Forests" (Legends about David Aghmashenebell). The author talked about the importance of the book and answered the questions of teenagers; At the end of the meeting, participants got a book from the writer as a gift: The meeting served to encourage young people to promote culture, art and to develop cognitive awareness of the participants he projects implemented by CIDA in partnership with the Georglan Center for Payenosocal| (GcRT) and aims to prevent juvenile crime. The projects fundea by European Union, rei xe 89©0S K396 BILIbIB 15 |