UN Resident Coordinator in Georgia Sabine Machl paid a 2-day visit to World Vision Georgia Kakheti Development Center, with the aim of identifying the needs that can be addressed and learning organization’s successful practice in three main directions: Child Protection, Early Childhood Development, and Youth Empowerment.
During the visit, representatives of World Vision Georgia and the UN Resident Coordinator discussed areas of coordination and future perspectives.
The meeting was held at Telavi City Hall, where together with local government representatives was discussed The Youth Strategy 2018-21, developed with the active involvement of World Vision Georgia. The document aims to promote the empowerment of young people. One of the topics of the meeting was family support services, created with WVG support, as well as the modules and results of school and kindergarten staff training.
The UN Resident Coordinator also visited World Vision Georgia Early Childhood Development Center, which supports early childhood development and education, raises awareness about early education and offers various services to children, including children with special needs.
Guests visited Shalauri Kindergarten, restored by World Vision Georgia, as well as met with representatives of local NGOs, women members of the Beekeepers Association, members of youth clubs, representatives of the Parents' Club, and preschool education staff.