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gpmrCiDA launches a new project in the migration field in which its lawyers will protect the rights of the potential and returned migrants.

The project “Partnership for Migration Rights” (G-PMR) is implemented with the support of the Open Society Foundations and it aims to unite the efforts of the Regional Civil Society Network, government, business and media for the purpose of effective protection and strengthening of the rights of current, potential, and returned migrants through awareness raising and advocacy. The purpose of the project is promoting state policy in the field of migration for ensuring the sustainability of the process. Within the framework of the project, legal assistance will be provided for all interested persons on migration issues.

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Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00
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On May 12-13, CiDA’s Project Manager of “Partnership for Migrants’ Rights” (GPMR), Tornike Abashidze, attended a general council in Brussels of the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM).

Current topics in the migration field were discussed in the general meeting. The participants also voted on and unanimously supported CiDA’s membership in the platform.

PICUM is a non-governmental organization whose mission is to protect the rights of undocumented migrants across Europe. It unites 156 organizations of 31 European countries, which have an opportunity to deepen international partnership and participate in the development of the protection mechanism of unconditional migrants across Europe.
Through membership of PICUM, CiDA becomes part of the largest network in Europe related to undocumented migration and will be engaged in the monitoring of the migration policy in the European Union, as well as effective support of the process of Georgian undocumented migrants in Europe.

CiDA has recently begun a project on migration that offers free legal consultations to migrants. The project is implemented with the support of the Open Society Foundations and it aims to unite the efforts of the Regional Civil Society Network, government, business, and media for the purpose of effective protection and strengthening of the rights of current, potential, and returned migrants through awareness raising and advocacy.

Monday, 15 May 2017 00:00
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Civil Development Agency (CiDA) has been implementing a project that aims to improve the economic condition of eco-migrants living in the Kvemo Kartli, Kakheti, and Samtskhe -Javakheti regions of Georgia.
The project, “Raising the Economical and Infrastructural Capabilities of Eco-Migrants in Managing the Migration Process”, is funded by the European Union and unites three components: 1. Support women eco-migrants for small business start-ups 2. Rehabilitation of infrastructure 3. Advocacy.

The project is due to finish, but small businesses are already starting to raise income for eco-migrant families.

Natela Dumbadze, from Samtatskaro village, is one of the women whose prior wish was to have a tractor, as the whole family had a real hardship of working in the fields by own hands. Now, they have relief because of new techniques, and as a result, vegetable gardens have significantly increased and they are now expecting harvests of potato, cabbage, onion, etc. Apart from their gardens, the owners rent the tractors to neighbors in need and they receive additional income, which is about 400 GEL per month.
Overall, within the project, CiDA bought four tractors in Samtatskaro village, which is located right across the Azerbaijani border line.

25 year-old Tatia Geladze, from Heretiskari village, began a strawberry producing business. CiDA arranged the construction of a greenhouse for strawberry plants. She and her family planted hundreds of plants and they are just starting to harvest the fruit. Tatia is not afraid of large yield, as the demand is high among both local and private traders.
“I have been always thinking that I should return in Adjara, from where my family is. When I see the project result and my contribution in it, I can hardly imagine to leave it and go somewhere else. For the first time, I am sure that I will be living here for a long time and will try my best to become a successful entrepreneur”, Tatia said.
Lali Gejadze has a touching story. During the grant application process her mother in law won a grant to open a beauty salon in Heretiskari, but she was not in the country at that time. Due to hardship, she had left the family and to go work in Turkey and send money back. After the grant was approved, she came back to her village and took courses in beauty salon to learn all the necessary skills.
The salon is now open and she welcomed first clients in early March, and the salon will actively continue working after her courses are finished in two months.
“I missed my family, especially my two year old boy, whom I left because of the bad economic situation in my family. When I first heard that I would have my own salon, where I could work and serve local people, I felt incredibly happy. I want to learn everything in a short period of time to run my small business successfully. What is most important is that I am back at home,” she says.

The project, “Raising the Economical and Infrastructural Capabilities of Eco-Migrants in Managing the Migration Process”, is funded by the European Union and is implemented by the Civil Development Agency (CiDA), Regional Development Center (RDC) and the Georgian Association for Educational Initiatives (SIQA).

Thursday, 04 May 2017 13:35
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CiDA is carrying out a project which aims to improve economic conditions of eco migrants living in Kvemo Kartli, Kakheti and Samtskhe -Javakheti regions of Georgia. Representatives of the project, “Raising the Economical and Infrastructural Capabilities of Eco-Migrants in Managing the Migration Process”, had field visits in the villages of Tsalka and Ninotsminda municipalities and observed infrastructural projects going on there.

In the villages settled by eco migrants the following facilities will be opened in the near future: Kindergarten in the village of Sakdrioni, where both Georgian and ethnic Armenian children will attend the classes, water supply repairing work will be done in the village of Tbeti at the school of the village and ritual palace; a sport palace will be opened in the village of Gorelovka, and an ambulatory as well as youth center will be opened in the village of Imera. CiDA finances rehabilitation and construction work and local municipalities took responsibility to equip those facilities with necessary items.

The project “Raising the Economical and Infrastructural Capabilities of Eco-Migrants in Managing the Migration Process” is funded by the European Union. The Project is implemented by the Civil Development Agency (CiDA), Regional Development Center (RDC) and the Georgian Association for Educational Initiatives (SIQA).

Friday, 05 August 2016 00:00
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