PMCG’s Mikheil Janelidze and Bondo Bolkvadze Lead OSCE Conference Supporting Turkmenistan’s Potential WTO Membership

Sep, 2020

On September 2-4, PMCG’s representatives, Mikheil Janelidze and Bondo Bolkvadze, led a regional conference entitled "World Trade Organization (WTO) Membership as a Balance of Rights and Obligations: Best Practice of OSCE Participating States,” hosted by the OSCE Center in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
Enhancing Chiatura Municipality's Water Supply System - Locals Updated on Progress

Sep, 2020

On September 9, we conducted a public discussion designed to introduce upcoming plans regarding the construction and rehabilitation of water and sewerage systems in Chiatura with representatives of the municipality and the local population.
Assisting Kyrgyz Ministry of Finance (MoF) to Enhance its Central Treasury

Aug, 2020

PMCG continues to actively work with the Ministry of Finance (MoF) of the Kyrgyz Republic to develop effective program-based budgeting, implementation and monitoring processes as well as to increase fiscal accountability and transparency. Among many other activities, we are reforming its Central Treasury to safeguard its productive functioning.
Introducing Digital Marketing Tools to Boost Local Businesses in Khulo Municipality

Aug, 2020

On August 3-8, PMC Research conducted a six-day training course on digital marketing for 35 second- and third-round rural development grant competition beneficiaries in Khulo municipality in order to boost the visibility, and ultimately the revenues, of their businesses.
Gori Municipality Inspiringly Driving Diverse Changes to Realize its Touristic Potential

Aug, 2020

Gori Municipality is vigorously taking advantage of the opportunities introduced to it by the EU’s Mayors for Economic Growth (M4EG) initiative to bring a tangible economic impact to the local community, especially in the tourism sector. Since 2019, it has been implementing the Local Economic Development Plan and its performance has been commended by the World Bank. The achievements recorded by Gori set an example to follow for other local authorities of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries and all countries in transition when it comes to facilitating sustainable economic growth and job creation.
Enhancing Fundraising Capacity of MAC to Transform the Lives of the Most Vulnerable

Aug, 2020

We recently launched a new project aiming to enhance the fundraising capacity of the McLain Association for Children (MAC) Georgia so that the organization can plan, implement, and manage its fundraising campaigns more effectively, with a view to making it a financially viable entity. In the course of the project, we will develop fundraising documents and procedures, and strengthen the capacity of its staff in order to carry out fundraising activities successfully.
PMCG Officially Established in Ukraine

Aug, 2020

We are pleased to announce that, after more than a year of having permanent representation in the country, we have officially opened an office in Kyiv, Ukraine. Our goal there is to engage in projects aimed at advancing the economy and supporting the development of democracy and good governance through policy, structural and administrative reforms.
PMC Research Joins Atlas Network to Enhance International Partnerships Facilitating Economic Development

Aug, 2020

We are pleased to announce that PMC Research recently became a partner of the Atlas Network through which it will contribute to making the world freer, and more prosperous, transparent and accountable, with the principles of individual liberty, property rights, limited government, and free markets all ensured.
PMCG Support to Enhance Sanitary Conditions for Over 200,000 Residents in Kvemo Kartli

Aug, 2020

We are working in Kvemo Kartli to enhance the living conditions of the local population through boosting sanitation in the region.  
Discussing the Challenges Facing the Creative Industries Development in Georgia

Jul, 2020

On July 15, we presented a policy document entitled "Challenges for the Development of Creative Industries in Georgia" and subsequently held a discussion about piracy, which represents one of the major challenges in the development of creative industries in Georgia, and the ways in which this might be addressed.  
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