Gender Mainstreaming – Completed projects

Mainstream gender perspective in designing, planning and assessing interventions both at grassroots and legislative levels. RDFG’s gender-specific actions equally enable women and men, and boys and girls to participate in – and benefit from – development efforts.

 

Ongoing projects Completed projects
 
 
Advancing IDP Women and Youth in Shida Kartli
 
Donor: German Embassy in Tbilisi
Start/End date: 1 July, 2014 – 31 December, 2014
Location: Shida Kartli
 
The Project aims to empower IDP women and youth and diversify opportunities for employment, self-reliance, livelihoods and skills development through improved access to vocational training, creation of income-generating activities and enhancing entrepreneurial skills.
 
Contact person
Nelly Revazishvili – RDFG Rural Development Project Manager
E-mail: nrevazishvili@rdfg.ge


Community Technology Access (Year 2, Phase II)
 
Donor: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Start/End date: 1 June, 2011 – 31 December, 2011
Location: Shida Kartli
 
The project goal was to provide computer literacy trainings and to diversify opportunities for employment, self-reliance, livelihoods and education of the population of concern through improved access to distance learning, vocational training, initiation of income-generating activities and enhancing entrepreneurial skills. The project activities included: provision of basic computer literacy training for targeted beneficiaries in nine CTA Centers; provision of distance learning and vocational training opportunities; promotion of entrepreneurship and enhance job opportunities; administration and maintenance of www.idpclub.ge web portal.