22 Khorava St. Tbilisi. Georgia
The mission on WomenSid Georgia is to:
WomenAid Georgia receives financial support from WomenAid International and through partnership, aims to facilitate the efforts of a large number of federal, municipal, social, religious, commercial, and other organisations to raise awareness of the Georgian public and government on the status of children and women and channel effective assistance.
- Provide women and their families with humanitarian emergency relief;
- Develop public health and education strategies to preserve, protect and improve health and education of individuals;
- Initiate educational and training programs;
- Implement sustainable development strategies designed to provide relief from poverty and suffering, including microcredit activities;
- Promote human rights of women and children.
WomenAid Georgia has been awarded a grant by the United Nations Association, International Organization on Migration and WomenAid International to implement an Anti-Trafficking Multi-Media Campaign. The project will be implemented through the WomenAid Georgia Health & Gender Equity Centre. The project aims to develop and launch a multimedia campaign "Be Smart! Be Safe!" which presents to Georgian society at large and particularly those most at risk from irregular migration and trafficking, a set of government endorsed Safety Rules/Guidelines and initiate appropriate methodology for improved data collection and research.
Last updated: April 2000
A print version of much of the information contained in this NIS Third Sector Organizations section can be found in the The Post-Soviet Handbook (Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1999).