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ToT for the RDFG Staff Engaged in TVET and Young Farmers Centers’ Component Implementation

On December 9-13, 2019, within the Visegrad-funded project V4 Rural Development Experience for Sustainable Growth, Katalin Czippan, the representative of the Cz&K Consulting from Hungary provided a consultancy and ToT training for the Association Rural Development for Future Georgia’s (RDFG) staff members engaged in TVET and Young Farmers Centers’ component implementation. Within the event, Katalin

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Regional Development for the Future’ Network Established

Serbia Becomes one of the Eastern European countries replicating RDFG’s experience   The successful experiences and achievements of the NGO Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) are becoming increasingly attractive for developing Eastern European countries. It is crucial to support socio-economic development and provide technical assistance to local governments to develop and adapt advanced

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With the help of the EU Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) supports the development of Algeti National Park

Today, the chairman of the Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG), Vano Grigolashvili, chairman of the Agency of protected areas of Georgia, Valerian Mchedlidze and the representative of GFA consulting group Ramaz Gokhelashvili signed a grant agreement at the administrative office of Algeti national park. The agreement envisages to set up a new ecotourism

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Association Rural Development for Future Georgia, with EU Support, Launches New Youth Project in Shida Kartli

On 21 February, Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) launched new youth-oriented project at Gori State University. The project “Innovation and Us” will be implemented in the region of Shida Kartli with the support of Save the Children and the Georgian government’s Children and Youth Development Fund within the framework of the European Union’s

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In the Framework of the EU-supported project implemented in Tetritskaro municipality RDFG organises regional job fair

On 28 September 2018, up to 20 largest employers and 200 job seekers from Kvemo Kartli took part in regional job fair organised in Tetritskaro municipality by the Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) under the EU ENPARD supported project “Rural Development for Sustainable Growth of Tetritskaro Municipality” and in cooperation with Social Service

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Tetritskaro Local Action Group (LAG) members met to wrap up the first grant competition announced under EU ENPARD project implemented by RDFG

On 20 September 2018, at the meeting of the members of Tetritskaro Local Action Group (LAG) that was held at City Hall of Tetritskaro municipality, in the framework of EU ENPARD project “Rural Development for Sustainable Growth of Tetritskaro Municipality”, Association Rural Development for Future Georgia and the members of Tetritskaro LAG announced the results

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RDFG representatives’ visit to Racha-Lechkhumi Kvemo Svaneti region

On 9 August, Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) visited Racha-Lechkhumi Kvemo Svaneti region and met with the representatives of the municipalities. At the meeting with the governor of Racha-Lechkhumi Kvemo Svaneti region and the representatives of the municipalities RDFG presented the activities of the organisation and its projects supporting regional development in Georgia.

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Youth start solving community problems

For the past few weeks, throught EDKK project high school students at the recently formed Youth Clubs in Koda, Shaumiani, Dmanisi, Tsintskaro and Sagarejo schools have been meeting to discuss how to solve their community problems as perceived by youth themselves. Tea Mkheidze, RDFG Liaison Officer, visited each of the schools and worked closely with

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RDFG Met Peace Corps Volunteers

On January 27, the Association “Regional Development for Future Georgia“ successfully engaged in organized Resource Fair for 24 organizations and Peace Corps volunteers at Kachreti Ambassador Hotel and shared practice of cooperation with the volunteers to future partners and colleagues. Also, the event was attended by the USAID/Georgia Deputy Director Thomas R. Morris and Peace

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”RDFG” DRR Centre hands over the necessary equipment to the MIA Emergency Management Agency staff

On January 23, DRR Centre (Disaster Risk Reduction Centre) of the Association ”Rural Development for Future Georgia” (RDFG) handed over necessary equipment for responding chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear incidents to the MIA Emergency Management Agency staff at the Tbilisi sea rescue base in a festive atmosphere with the Polish Embassy representatives. Four cabins for

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