The European Union provides over €100 million for projects in Georgia annually, covering areas such as governance and education, water and energy, human rights and security.
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The project under the EU4Youth initiative has been developed by the Danish Red Cross (Dansk Rode Kors) and its partners in co-applicants Belarus Red Cross Society, Armenia Red Cross Society, and Georgia Red Cross Society. The project will improve education and employment opportunities for disadvantaged youth groups.
The project under the EU4Youth initiative is developed by Stichting Save the Children Nederland (NL) + Oxygen Foundation for Protection of Youth and Women Rights (AM), Children And Youth Development Fund (GE) and CF Slavic Heart (UKR). The project will develop the entrepreneurial potential and increase employability of disadvantaged youth in three Neighbourhood countries, ensure their increased access to education and training opportunities and advocate for development and implementation coherent and cross-sectorial youth policies at local and national levels.
The project under the EU4Youth initiative has been designed by World Vision Germany in close collaboration with World Vision offices in Armenia and Georgia as well as the Global Developments Fund to address unemployment and lack income opportunities for youth in rural areas. The project will target young women and men aged between 15 and 35 years old, particularly those with fewer opportunities and support them to get a job or start their own business.