PMC Research is writing a chapter in a book entitled “China's Belt and Road Initiative: Potential Transformation of Central Asia and the South Caucasus” under the Emerging Markets Forum project on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The chapter has been given the following title: “The Belt and Road Initiative in the South Caucasus.”
The main goal of the project is to establish a regular process and framework for the monitoring and reporting of fiscal risks in order to advance the government’s public investment agenda.
The main objective of this project is to provide assistance to the Ministry to create a legal basis for existing, as well as new, models of inter-municipal cooperation, to define key operational procedures, and to identify legislative or practical obstacles hampering inter-municipal cooperation. This will contribute to the transfer of new functions and finances to local self-governments and to the improvement of local capabilities in terms of service delivery.
The main goal of the project is to strengthen organizational performance and bolster the institutional effectiveness of Georgian Gas Transportation Company (GGTC) under the USAID Georgia Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) 2020 Activity.
PMCG is assisting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia (MFA) to strengthen the human and institutional capacity of its legal entity of public law (LEPL) known as the Diplomatic Training and Research Institute (DTRI) under the USAID Georgia Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) 2020 Activity.
The main goal of the project is to support Kutaisi and Batumi City Halls to develop investment catalogues in order to investments domestic and foreign direct investments in their respective municipalities.
The main objective of the project is to address the challenges associated with poverty and unemployment in the municipality and to elaborate a joint local development strategy (LDS).
The project is designed to support the Ministry of Finance of Georgia (MoF) to improve and institutionalize public investment management (PIM) methodology, covering the processes of project screening, pre-selection, project appraisal, project selection, budgeting, project implementation, monitoring and ex-post evaluations.
The project is designed to support the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia (MoESCS) in the implementation of Short-Cycle Educational Programs (SCEPs) in the Georgian education system.
The main goal of the project is to develop an alternative educational path through the implementation of SCEPs providing a bridge between the fifth and sixth levels of education. After completing SCEPs, students will be able to continue their studies in bachelor’s programs as the VET programs will be linked to higher education programs and will create rewarding career development paths for individuals.
Moreover, the project will also contribute to addressing the currently limited stakeholder engagement in VET activities, will increase the quality and relevance of professional education and training, will expand access to training opportunities, and will ensure better coordination between various stakeholders.
PMC Research is working on the applied research project “The regional market assessment in Georgia using components of Smart Specialization” under the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)-supported project “Economic Participation of Internally Displaced Persons and Vulnerable Local Population in the South Caucasus” (EPIC) implemented by Action Against Hunger.