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Increasing Institutional Capacity of Vocational Educational Institutions

09-Dec-2019

Increasing Institutional Capacity of Vocational Educational Institutions

  PMC Research has launched a new project entitled “Strengthening VET institutions’ capacity in the development of needs-based project ideas and proposals.”   The project aims to train management teams of vocational colleges in the accurate assessment of ...

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Meeting with Governor and Five Mayors to Present Design for a Regional Landfill in Kvemo Kartli

09-Dec-2019

Meeting with Governor and Five Mayors to Present Design for a Regional Landfill in Kvemo Kartli

  PMCG and its international partner – the Engineering Company (HPC) - held a meeting with Kvemo Kartli’s Governor and the mayors of five municipalities (Tetri Tskaro, Marneuli, Dmanisi, Bolnisi and Tsalka) and the project beneficiary – Solid Waste Management Co...

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Evaluating Progress of Penitentiary and Probation Reforms

03-Dec-2019

Evaluating Progress of Penitentiary and Probation Reforms

    We recently started working on a European Commission project focused on monitoring and assessing the implementation of the Strategy and 2019-2020 action Plan for the Development of Penitentiary and Crime Prevention Systems in Georgia. The aim of the pro...

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Evaluating GIZ Program Dedicated to Private Sector Development and Technical Vocational Education

03-Dec-2019

Evaluating GIZ Program Dedicated to Private Sector Development and Technical Vocational Education

    PMC Research is implementing a final evaluation survey to evaluate the results achieved within the program - Private Sector Development and Technical Vocational Education and Training South Caucasus – implemented by the South Caucasus Office of GIZ. &nb...

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PMC Research Elected as Fully-Fledged Member of Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) at Pre-presidency Conference in Zagreb

29-Nov-2019

PMC Research Elected as Fully-Fledged Member of Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) at Pre-presidency Conference in Zagreb

  We can happily announce that PMC Research has become a fully-fledged member of the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) through which it will actively contribute to the work and development of the organization. It is both a great honor and respons...

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Presenting Research Outcomes: “Trade Facilitation Component of the Peace Initiative - A Step to a Better Future”

29-Nov-2019

Presenting Research Outcomes: “Trade Facilitation Component of the Peace Initiative - A Step to a Better Future”

  On November 26, PMC Research presented the results of its research entitled “Trade Facilitation Component of the Peace Initiative - A Step to a Better Future,” and held a subsequent discussion thereon.   The research is focused on the Georgian-Abkh...

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EU-Supported Khulo Local Action Group Partake in Kazbegi Study Visit to Enhance Guesthouse Management Knowledge

28-Nov-2019

EU-Supported Khulo Local Action Group Partake in Kazbegi Study Visit to Enhance Guesthouse Management Knowledge

During November 9-10, the EU-supported Khulo Local Action Group (LAG) organized a study visit to Kazbegi, in cooperation with the Kazbegi LAG to share experiences in the field of guesthouse management. Thirteen guesthouse operators participated in the workshops, whic...

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Increasing Institutional Capacity of Vocational Educational Institutions

27-Nov-2019

Increasing Institutional Capacity of Vocational Educational Institutions

PMC Research has launched a new project entitled “Strengthening VET institutions’ capacity in the development of needs-based project ideas and proposals.”The project aims to train college management teams in the accurate identification of colleges' goals and mission. ...

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Meeting with EBRD Regional Director to Discuss Collaboration Opportunities

19-Nov-2019

Meeting with EBRD Regional Director to Discuss Collaboration Opportunities

On November 19, we hosted Catarina Bjorlin Hansen, Regional Director for the Caucasus at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), to review our partnership to date and to discuss future initiatives. “It’s very important that we have the opportunity...

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Introducing Performance Management Systems in 23 Municipalities of Georgia

13-Nov-2019

Introducing Performance Management Systems in 23 Municipalities of Georgia

We recently launched a new project aimed at developing and implementing performance management systems for two municipal services (cleaning of streets and other public areas; and municipal waste management) in 23 municipalities of Georgia.   The project aims to...

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Hotel Price Index (September, 2019)

28-Oct-2019

Hotel Price Index (September, 2019)

In Georgia, the average cost of a room1 in a 3-star hotel was 145 GEL per night in September 2019. While the average cost of a room in a 4-star hotel in Georgia was 227 GEL per night and the average cost of a room in a guesthouse2 was 73 GEL per night.  

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Hotel Price Index (August, 2019)

19-Sep-2019

Hotel Price Index (August, 2019)

In Georgia, the average cost of a room1 in a 3-star hotel was 151 GEL per night in August 2019. While the average cost of a room in a 4-star hotel in Georgia was 230 GEL per night and the average cost of a room in a guesthouse2 was 75 GEL per night.  

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Hotel Price Index (July, 2019)

30-Aug-2019

Hotel Price Index (July, 2019)

In Georgia, the average cost of a room in a 3-star hotel was 148 GEL per night in July 2019. While the average cost of a room in a 4-star hotel in Georgia was 224 GEL per night and the average cost of a room in a guesthouse was 73 GEL per night. The average cost of a room in...

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Introducing Performance Management Systems in 23 Municipalities of Georgia

13-Nov-2019

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We recently launched a new project aimed at developing and implementing performance management systems for two municipal services (cleaning of streets and other public areas; and municipal waste management) in 23 municipalities of Georgia.

 

The project aims to develop a performance management system (PMS) for these two municipal
services to help the local authorities to better plan, manage, assess and improve service provision. The PMSs are to be piloted in eight municipalities through the Municipal Services Development Agency (MSDA). In addition, PMSs should be successfully replicated in a further 15 municipalities, in cooperation with the MSDA. Thereafter, plans are also in place to introduce another 16 municipalities, taking the total to 39.



“Via piloting, replicating and promoting PMSs and an E-tool in a total of 39 municipalities of Georgia, and the project will significantly contribute to the provision of efficient and effective municipal waste management and cleaning services by local self-governing bodies. More specifically, through PMSs, local authorities of target municipalities and service providers will be able to: better plan their work at both strategic and operational levels; track daily progress towards the achievement of annual operational plans; assess the efficiency and effectiveness of their routine work; track progress towards the achievement of national and local strategic objectives and targets outlined in the National Waste Management Strategy and Municipal Waste Management Plans; and carry out corrective measures to achieve strategic and operational goals. Ultimately, all of the above steps will lead to happier consumers across the country,” said team leader, Mariam Shotadze.

The activities are part of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) project  “Development of Performance Management System for Street Cleaning and Waste Management Services in 23 Municipalities of Georgia.”

 



Please kindly follow the link below for detailed information about the project: 
Development of Performance Management Systems for Street Cleaning and Waste Management Services in 23 Municipalities of Georgia

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