The EU, along with the Swiss Cooperation Agency, has been cooperating with civil society and NGOs in Bolivia, ranging from ad-hoc activities to the development of the first roadmap strategy (2014-17), which was updated and resulted in the adoption of a strategy for the period of 2019-2022. Currently, the EU’s dialogue with CSOs is organized into the following seven sectoral areas: governance, rural development and food security; coca and the fight against drug trafficking; education; environment and climate change; health; culture and tourism; and the production sector and employment. In addition, multi-sector meetings are held on operational issues, transparency, the legal environment, and monitoring and financing mechanisms.
In recent years, Egypt has succeeded in establishing a macro-fiscal environment, during which time good progress has been made on budget consolidation, leading to more sustainable public finances.
The project is designed to assess the e-work market demand among enterprises from the following cities of Georgia: Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Rustavi, and Poti. It is also designed to help match this demand with the rural labor force of the following municipalities: Keda, Khulo, Borjomi, Akhalkalaki, Tetritskaro, Kazbegi, Lagodekhi, and Dedoplistskaro.
The main objectives of the project are to conduct comprehensive analysis of state support programs in Georgia and to provide evidence-based recommendations for the modernization of these programs.
PMCG, as a local sub-contractor of Abt Britain Limited, is supporting the Government of Georgia (GoG) by developing a draft strategy for a vibrant leasing industry, which will serve as a tool supporting the growth of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), and stimulating fixed capital formation in the country under the Technical Assistance Facility Eastern Partnership (TAF EP), which is a part of the Good Governance Fund (GGF) program implementation mechanism, funded with UK aid from the UK Government.
Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN) with the financial support of the EU, implemented the project “Water for the Poor,” the objective of which was to protect and promote the right to health and to adequate living standards of citizens in vulnerable groups in multi-ethnic communities of Georgia. The specific objective of the action was to protect health and social rights through the reduction of discrimination and the introduction of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) standards and improve the well-being of women and youth in multi-ethnic rural communities of Kakheti (Akhmeta, Sagarejo, and Lagodekhi municipalities) and Kvemo Kartli (Dmanisi, Marneuli, Tetritskaro, and Tsalka municipalities).
This project aims to describe both the history and the current situation of clusters of the Guria and Kvemo Kartli regions of Georgia, to analyze their business operations, to develop a cluster map, and, finally, to elaborate both short-term objectives and a long-term vision for the development of the clusters.
The goal of the project is to exchange experiences and innovative solutions quickly and efficiently across regions in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, so that cities in GIZ’s Connective Cities Network can better prepare for the effects of the pandemic and increase the efficiency of their responses to local outbreaks. To attain this goal, PMCG will conduct research and moderate virtual events within the international network of the GIZ-funded Connective Cities platform. The themes of research and virtual events will be health, business, and governance in relation to the pandemic response at municipal level.
The main objective of our activities is to strengthen the public financial management (PFM) and domestic revenue mobilization (DRM) systems in the Maldives.
The project is designed to create a platform to stimulate constructive and systematic policy debate among different political and social groups of Georgian society.