Advocacy – Completed projects

Empower local communities to protect their rights and advocate for their needs in close cooperation with local and central governments as well as other stakeholders in central government. RDFG applies a range of tools to increase opportunities for social capital and civic awareness among the population.

 
Ongoing projects Completed projects
 
 
Economic Development through Agricultural Assistance for IDP Farmers in Kvemo Kartli and Kakheti regions (EDKK)
 
Donor: The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany
Start/End date: 1 January, 2016 – 1 July, 2018
Location: Kvemo Kartli, Kakheti
 
The EDKK project is designed to contribute to the poverty reduction and social inclusion for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in Georgia, focusing on the creation of a strong and competitive rural production, processing and marketing sector that contributes to the economic development and employment for old and new caseload IDP farmers and youth in Georgia. Project activities include strengthening of farmers Regional Center (Extension service center) and young farmers’ centers and farmers’ unions/cooperatives, arranging demonstration farms and organizing training and consulting on business development, disaster risk reduction and climate change related issues.


Provision of Operational Space/Social Community Centers
 
Donor: Save the Children International
Start/End date: 1 December, 2013 – 30 April, 2014
Location: Shida Kartli
 
The project Goal is to secure integration prospects and protection of persons living in war-affected communities near Georgian-South Ossetian Administrative Boundary Lines (ABL) through finding durable solutions, which will be achieved through following objectives:

  1. Expanded access to quality community-based protection services through psychosocial and referral support for IDPs and host communities.
  2. Enhanced capacity of IDP families and host communities to prevent and respond to the protection needs of IDPs and vulnerable host community members.
  3. Increased government’s accountability to respond to the protection needs of IDPs and vulnerable host community members.