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Trainings Conducted as part of the “Civil Society Organizations Supporting Free Trade with Europe” Project

14-Nov-2017

Trainings Conducted as part of the “Civil Society Organizations Supporting Free Trade with Europe” Project

In September and October 2017, PMC Research Center conducted trainings and stakeholder meetings about value chain analysis methods in seven regions of Georgia. More specifically, the trainings were carried out for civil society organizations (CSOs) in Kakheti, Kvemo Kar...

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Supporting Georgian National Communication Commission to Advance its Business Processes

11-Oct-2017

Supporting Georgian National Communication Commission to Advance its Business Processes

PMCG has started assisting the Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC) to improve its business processes, under the USAID HICD 2020 Activity. For the GNCC, it is vital to have well-structured business processes to be able to fulfil its mandate, which incl...

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Reviewing Anaklia Deep Sea Port Baseline Action Plan

10-Oct-2017

Reviewing Anaklia Deep Sea Port Baseline Action Plan

PMCG, together with Antea Netherlands, recently started working on a project designed to study the Baseline Contamination Rectification Commitment Action Plan of Anaklia Deep Sea Port (ADSP) before giving it their seal of approval. Before the construction of Anakli...

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Product Selection for Value Chain Analysis Discussed in Adjara

29-Sep-2017

Product Selection for Value Chain Analysis Discussed in Adjara

On September 23, PMC Research hosted a working meeting to discuss and select the most valuable agricultural product for Adjara in order to conduct a value chain analysis (VCA), as part of the European Commission (EC) project “Regional Civil Society Organizations as Vect...

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PMCG Gathers EU Project Teams for Networking Event

27-Sep-2017

PMCG Gathers EU Project Teams for Networking Event

On September 22, PMCG staged a networking event, hosting Team Leaders and Deputy Team Leaders from all EU-funded projects in Georgia in which PMCG is a partner. In addition, representatives of the State Minister’s Office on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration (OSMEEA...

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Supervising Construction and Rehabilitation of Water Supply and Sewerage Systems in Georgian Towns

22-Sep-2017

Supervising Construction and Rehabilitation of Water Supply and Sewerage Systems in Georgian Towns

 PMCG, together with Hill International and Temelsu launched the Asian Development Bank (ADB) project, to supervise construction and rehabilitation works of water supply and sewerage systems in three Georgian towns – Bolnisi, Chiatura and Marneuli.The project team ...

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PMCG Consultant Shares Performance Improvement Experience at ISPI-EMEA 16th Annual Conference, Bologna, Italy

20-Sep-2017

PMCG Consultant Shares Performance Improvement Experience at ISPI-EMEA 16th Annual Conference, Bologna, Italy

Vano Tavadze, PMCG’s Senior Consultant in Institutional Capacity Building and Monitoring and Evaluation, participated in the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI)-EMEA 16th Annual Conference – Reshape Ecosystems, Re-Imagine Organizations, Reinvent Per...

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New Project to Support Rural Development in Khulo

19-Sep-2017

New Project to Support Rural Development in Khulo

 On September 15, the European Union launched a new development project entitled “Promotion of Rural Development and Diversification in Khulo Municipality”. The project is being implemented by Caritas Czech Republic in Georgia (CCRG) together with PMC Research...

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PMCG’s CEO Shares Expertise at 10th International Local Economic Development Forum

14-Sep-2017

PMCG’s CEO Shares Expertise at 10th International Local Economic Development Forum

On September 13, PMCG’s Chairman and CEO, Aleksi Aleksishvili, delivered a presentation to the 10th International Local Economic Development Forum (LED), organized by Tbilisi City Hall in cooperation with international organizations, including the Asian Development Bank...

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Georgian-German Startup Forum

11-Sep-2017

Georgian-German Startup Forum

On September 4, Georgian-German Startup Forum was held at Technopark, organized by PMC Research in collaboration with Georgia’s Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA). The event aimed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience regarding entrepreneurship and ...

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99: Tourism- January-September, 2017

13-Nov-2017

99: Tourism- January-September, 2017

  In 2017, compared to the corresponding period of 2016: • In the first three quarters, the number of tourists increased by 29%; in the third quarter, the proportion of tourists making up total international travelers reached its peak at 52.1%.• In the first three quarters...

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98: Development of the Agricultural Sector- January-June, 2017

07-Sep-2017

98: Development of the Agricultural Sector- January-June, 2017

  In the agricultural sector: In the last eight years, total production output has fluctuated between 7.8% and10.3% of gross domestic product In the first quarter of 2017, foreign direct investment amounted to negative US$0.3 mln In the first half of 2017, the volume o...

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97: Remittances - January-June, 2017

26-Jul-2017

97: Remittances - January-June, 2017

  In the first half of 2017: Remittance inflows to Georgia amounted to $629 Mln Remittance outflows from Georgia amounted to $96.3 Mln Inflow from Russian Federation, United States, Italy, Greece, Israel, and Turkey amounts to 81% of total remittance inflows to Georgia...

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Strengthening Government of Autonomous Republic of Adjara Institutional Capacity for Program Budgeting

01-Apr-2013
Start Date:
April, 2013
End Date: December, 2013
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: Government of Autonomous Republic of Adjara
Origin of Funding: USAID/G3

 

 

 

 






Project Description:

 

PMCG provided technical assistance to the Adjara Government over a nine-month period under the USAID Good Governance in Georgia (G3) program. The project aimed to increase the GoARA's program budgeting capacity for all GoARA agencies including the GoARA Chairman’s administration, four line Ministries of Adjara, sub-agencies, as well as LEPLs of GoARA.

PMCG experts prepared an analytical Rreport of the GoARA program budgeting processes. The document made recommendations for improvement of the mid-term planning processes and overall program budgeting processes as well. One of the main objectives of the project was to develop a Program Budgeting Manual for GoARA, which was successfully developed and this contained such important issues as: a detailed overview of the standard program budgeting process with deadlines and responsibilities; and all necessary forms for developing a Program Budgets for GoARA agencies as well as clear instructions for utilization of the above- referenced forms.

Additionally, the PMCG team provided program budgeting training for representatives of GoARA Ministries and its agencies, that covered technical and methodological aspects of the program budgeting process, including: developing programs, monitoring of program implementation, reporting, etc.

Subsequently, programs and sub-programs of GoARA agencies for 2014 (including GoARA Chairman’s Administration, four line ministries of Adjara, sub-agencies, as well as LEPLs of GoARA) were developed. The program was discussed and agreed with the Ministry of Finance and Economy and a broad group of stakeholders.


Background information:

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Good Governance in Georgia (G3) program aims to address governance at local and national level. Since 2011, Management Systems International (MSI), implementer of the G3 program, has been working at the local level to promote more responsive, engaged and professional local governments.

The G3 program has contributed to transparency and accountability in public spending. In ten partner municipalities and cities across the country, G3 has promoted active civil society participation, raised the awareness of citizens of local government issues and promoted the improvement of service delivery as well as the functions of local government councils and executive bodies.


Follow the links below for more detailed information

Adjara Autonomous Republic Rural Development Strategy
Mid-Term Institutional Development Strategic Plan for the Adjara Forestry Agency (AFA)
USAID Georgia, G3 Program - Training Courses for Senior Civil Servants in 14 Newly-Created Municipalities
Institutional Development of the Ministry of Agriculture of Autonomous Republic of Adjara, ENPARD ADJARA





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