In 2016, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GoIRA) formed the ‘Displacement and Returnee Executive Committee’ (DiREC) to provide policy and operational support in the development of a policy framework as well as in the coordination of humanitarian and development efforts. The concept of the EZ-Kar project was derived from the interlinked DiREC strategy and corresponding multi-ministerial technical working groups - which pursued a programmatic approach. The project was formally agreed upon by the World Bank and the GoIRA in December 2018.
The EU, along with the Swiss Cooperation Agency, has been cooperating with civil society and NGOs in Bolivia, ranging from ad-hoc activities to the development of the first roadmap strategy (2014-17), which was updated and resulted in the adoption of a strategy for the period of 2019-2022. Currently, the EU’s dialogue with CSOs is organized into the following seven sectoral areas: governance, rural development and food security; coca and the fight against drug trafficking; education; environment and climate change; health; culture and tourism; and the production sector and employment. In addition, multi-sector meetings are held on operational issues, transparency, the legal environment, and monitoring and financing mechanisms.
This is a research initiative that gathers researchers and practitioners from both sides of dividing lines to explore local needs and perceptions of everyday peace in conflict-affected communities by employing an innovative Everyday Peace Indicators (EPI) methodology.
The project follows the OECD report entitled “COVID-19 and Greening the Economies of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia” which analyzed measures related to COVID-19 in 11 EECCA (Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia) countries and assessed their potential to advance the transition to a greener, climate-resilient, and low-carbon economy. The aim of this project is to further develop a detailed report on cases of particular EECCA countries, namely Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
PMCG, as a subcontractor to DAI Global, is implementing this USAID-funded 5-year program, which aims to improve public financial management (PFM) through boosting the revenue raising system, streamlining the budget management process, optimizing public expenditure management, and assisting in cross-cutting PFM reform.
This project is being implemented in the context of the “Open Program Energy Sector” financed by the German government, the overall objectives of which are to increase transmission reliability and capacity and to improve the security of the energy supply in Georgia. The Accompanying Measure of the “Open Program Energy Sector” shall contribute to accomplishing the Program’s overall objective and shall therefore support the GSE in the sustainable implementation and operation of the Infrastructure Component of the “Open Program Energy Sector..
This study aims to investigate the community needs of the population in Pankisi Gorge. The corresponding survey will enable the Pankisi Community Organization to gather valid data regarding pressing issues prevalent in targeted villages and to advocate these issues at the local level.
In recent years, Egypt has succeeded in establishing a macro-fiscal environment, during which time good progress has been made on budget consolidation, leading to more sustainable public finances.
The main goals of this project are to examine the application and enrollment procedures in vocational education and training (VET) programs and to provide an assessment of the preliminary results of the newly-introduced policy changes. The study relies on an analysis of qualitative and quantitative data to garner insights into the challenges regarding the enrollment process in vocational programs and to provide relevant recommendations.
The project is designed to assess the e-work market demand among enterprises from the following cities of Georgia: Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Rustavi, and Poti. It is also designed to help match this demand with the rural labor force of the following municipalities: Keda, Khulo, Borjomi, Akhalkalaki, Tetritskaro, Kazbegi, Lagodekhi, and Dedoplistskaro.