The goal of this project is to improve the digital skills and competence of rural enterprises through needs-based, tailor-made, and individually-targeted coaching. Furthermore, the project envisages fostering synergies and sustainable cooperation between rural enterprises in Khulo and Lagodekhi municipalities and the key relevant stakeholders, including local action groups (LAGs), ensuring the engagement of the relevant communities.
The aim of this project is to address the current shortcomings of the tax dispute resolution (TDR) system and to align it with good international practices, ultimately resulting in the establishment of a fair, effective, and efficient TDR system. In order to achieve the project goals, the project team will develop more than one scenario envisaging the reform of the TDR system and will perform regulatory impact assessments (RIAs) thereon.
PMC Research Center (PMC RC) is in the process of piloting new public and private sector cooperation mechanisms to develop upskilling and reskilling vocational education and training (VET) programs in the ICT sector.
This project is part of USAID’s Industry-led Skills Development (ILSD) program implemented by International Executive Service Corps (IESC). The ILSD program gives the private sector a leading role in catalyzing demand-driven skills development throughout Georgia.
The main objective of the project is to contribute to a more strategic EU business presence in the Latin America and Caribbean region and greater regional coordination in line with the regional dimension of the CARIFORUM–EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
This project entails carrying out a rapid evaluation of the outcomes of the Georgia National Innovation Ecosystem (GENIE) project spanning March 2016 to October 2021.
The main goal of the project is to increase the capacity of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development (MoESD) of Georgia through a series of capacity-building measures to bring about effective planning and implementation of evidence-based, participatory, and accountable public policy.
The main objective of this project is to analyze the current state of the healthcare sector in Georgia and to develop recommendations for the Japan International Cooperation Agency's (JICA) further engagement therewith.
The project aims to develop a gender profile for Guinea-Bissau, thereafter enabling the construction of an implementation plan for a national policy on gender equality and equity, thereby helping to identify priorities for the long-term programming of the European Union (EU) for the period of 2021-2027 in Guinea-Bissau.
The project aims to evaluate the results of the implementation of the Sustaining Border Management and Migration Governance (SBMMG) project, implemented since 2017, as well as a top-up funding project implemented since 2020, both by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).