The Telavi water supply project will be implemented under the Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Development Program. The water supply system of the city was initially developed in the 1930s after which fundamental reconstruction was undertaken in 1966. However, no major measures have been implemented since then, except for some partial rehabilitation works in 2006-2008 and 2014–2017.
The project, which has been commissioned by the UNWTO and the EBRD, supports the tourism service providers in Georgia and helps relevant MSMEs to restructure and refine themselves to cater to the domestic tourism market.
PMC Research Center is conducting a country study of Georgia in the course of which we will cover labor migration management in Georgia and existing schemes. The study aims to assess the perspectives of different stakeholders, to address the perceptions of labor migration, and to examine the role of skills development in the country.
The purpose of the project is to enhance balanced spatial and economic development of Batumi City Municipality in Georgia. The proposed solutions should cover the planning of new developments, maintaining historical values and cultural heritage, rehabilitation and reconstruction of degraded areas, and interconnection of various parts of the city.
The purpose of this evaluation is to share the results achieved by the Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) project with key stakeholders, and to enhance future programming regarding economic growth by recommending ways to strengthen the involvement of Ukrainian SMEs in trade and investment.
The study aims to support interventions pursuant to both more balanced and inclusive ethnic representation in the public service, and the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (indicator 16.7.1b). For this purpose, the research focuses on several goals including: studying the demographic characteristics of the public sector in Georgia; understanding the challenges faced by underrepresented groups (i.e. ethnic minorities) in gaining employment in the public agencies of Georgia; and exploring the challenges and gaps in the existing data collection and analysis methods and their compatibility with SDG 16.7.1b.
The objective of the project is to support cities’ resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic by arranging capacity-building activities and targeted support in the directions of digitalization and crisis management in the southeastern Europe (SEE) region, and promoting the Connective Cities Network’s development through more active and practical involvement.
The research project aims to assess the impact of foreign students on both the Georgian economy in general and on the Georgian higher education system in particular.
This project is targeted at creating a platform to stimulate constructive and systematic policy debate among different political and social groups in Georgian society. Among other goals, the project aims to encourage young researchers in Georgia to publish valuable policy research papers on important policy issues.
The National Agency of Mines (NAM) of Georgia has started a modernization process with the general aim of improving the sustainability of the mining sector and boosting investments therein. One of the key priorities is to support the growth of Georgia’s GDP and its rural development, by attracting investments in the mining sector. This assignment will support the NAM in this regard by improving the attractiveness of the country’s mineral potential for investors and responsible mining companies.