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Lela’s new profession - Embarking on a journey in social work

Lela Gogoladze is a social worker and one of the active participants from Borjomi Municipality who successfully completed the training Child protection and advanced her knowledge in the field, which she can apply in practice to better address the problems and needs of vulnerable children and families in her region. “Working in this field was so exciting for me, that it has become my new profession. I love my job, it brings a sense of fulfilment and motivation to my professional life. My passion and desire to help the most vulnerable children and families, especially those who are not integrated into the community and require support to become self-sustained and resilient, led me to a life-changing experience. We, social workers, help others overcome various challenges and make a positive impact on people's lives ”, - Lela Gogoladze. 

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14 May
Statement on the law on 'Transparency of Foreign Influence'

World Vision Georgia regrets the adoption of the law on 'Transparency of Foreign Influence.' This legislation poses a significant risk of hindering the vital role of civil society in Georgia. 

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26 March
With Joint efforts of World Vision Georgia and partner organisations asylum-seeker and refugee school children will study Georgian language in the public schools

On 26 March 2024, the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the LEPL National Center for Teacher Professional Development (TPDC) and donor organizations – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Georgia, World Vision Georgia Foundation and Gudavadze Patarkatsishvili Foundation to support the provision of asylum-seeker and refugee school children with Georgian language learning support in the public schools.

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25 March
Head of the Austrian Development Agency Georgia Office paid a visit to World Vision Georgia to oversee the progress of joint projects

Alexander Karner, Head of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) Georgia Office recently paid a visit to World Vision Georgia office. During his visit, he met and talked with the local staff to oversee the progress of ongoing projects. World Vision Georgia has been actively working toward advancing Child Welfare and Public Health Systems in the country with the financial support of the Austrian Development Agency. 

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6000
Child Beneficiaries
4
Day Centre and Shelter
1000
Trained Caregivers
2000
Trained Parents
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