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Khatuna's Story

Khatuna Tvildiani is a single mother who lives in a rented apartment in Kutaisi with her two small children. World Vision Georgia Imereti Development Center assisted the family in selecting a furnished apartment and financed the rent of the apartment for 3 months. She was trained in Business Plan Development and Financial Management, which helped her develop small business initiative of making handicrafts. Nowadays Khatuna is tutoring students on felt work.

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29 November
Kety's Story - Her way to successful entrepreneurship

Keti is a caring mother of two children and already successful entrepreneur. However, this path was not so easy for her - " I went through countless days of hopelessness and despair, wondering if a mother alone with children can cope with this difficulty and It was caring and love for children that gave me the strength and motivation to continue," said Ketevan. Early motherhood, eagerness to study, harsh family conditions, raising children alone, and intense labor for children's welfare were big challenges for a young woman.

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25 November
World Vision Georgia joins 16 days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

Today World Vision Georgia marks 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, we’re calling on you to join our # Orange the World: END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN NOW movement. By joining the campaign, World Vision Georgia declares its commitment and readiness to invest even more in addressing gender inequality and to engage with its strategic partners at all levels for maximizing impact across Georgia and all relevant sectors. 

This year, World Vision in Georgia commits to implement Gender-transformative activities that entail deliberate actions to girls’ and women’s empowerment across all sectors, as the way to prevent and reduce gender-based violence, overcome socio-economic adversity and ultimately impact the wellbeing of the most vulnerable children at the community and systems levels. 

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24 November
A multi-sensory room for children with multiple disabilities

On November 24, a multi-sensory room was opened in the space of Tbilisi public school N200, which was organized collaboratively by World Vision Georgia Tbilisi Urban Program and the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, in order to support children with multiple disabilities.

The multi-sensory space was opened by Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia- Eka Dgebuadze and the Director of World Vision Georgia - Ekaterine Gurgenadze.

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