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SCOPE-supported Project Participants from Pankisi Gorge Win First Prize at Earth-Day Hackathon | scope | 23 Apr 2018


A team of three students from Pankisi Gorge, involved in SCOPE-supported project, won the first prize in Earth day Hackathon organized by SDSU students and US Embassy in Tbilisi.


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“Future Generation for Active Citizenship” | mt | 13 Apr 2018


On April 4, 2018, Kobuleti City Hall hosted a conference “Future Generation for Active Citizenship” organized by students of Momavlis Taoba program’s partner schools in Adjara region. Students made a presentation of implemented projects: protection of environment, prevention of bullying, road safety, rights of people with special needs. The students also shared information about their future plans and activities.



Mr. Davit Mchedlishvili, the Chairman of Kobuleti City Council, attended the meeting. He appreciated students’ initiatives and promised to support them, he also shared information about the youth projects being implemented by Kobuleti City Council and invited the students to join them. 


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Students Met with Members of the Parliament of Georgia | mt | 13 Apr 2018


On April 4, 2018, civics students of MT program 30 partner schools of Imereti region visited the Parliament of Georgia and had a meeting with Mariam Jashi, a Chairman of the Committee of Education, Science and Culture and her deputy Genadi Margvelashvili.



The issues concerning the education were discussed at the meeting. Members of the Parliament focused on the construction of new schools in the regions, arraignment of wheelchair ramps, better conditions for teachers and the importance of improvement of modern teaching methods through establishing digital technologies. Students also shared their plans and initiatives they want to be involved in.


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9th graders and police officers team up to organize fun meetings for elementary school kids | scope | 26 Mar 2018


Police officers and two of their 9th graders, from SCOPE program schools in Batumi, participated in intensive trainings in non-formal education to acquire a special module.  The module is designed for elementary school kids and is based on dynamic afterschool activities and games, linked to important values, such as general safety concepts, children’s rights and cyber security.

After the training, the meetings will be arranged for elementary school students by the team of the police officer and two 9th graders, as a result, the 9th graders and police officers get a chance to plan, work and cooperate for the good of their school and community.



 


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SCOPE Community Awareness Raising Projects Up and Working | scope | 11 Jan 2018


By the end of 2017, all five projects funded in the framework of Raisin Community Awareness component of SCOPE program are underway. Projects durations vary from 6 to 8 months. Special attention is paid to gender balance in groups. 


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The Importance of Civic Education: Students Present Projects & Result | mt | 13 Dec 2017


At the presentation held in Tbilisi’s Public School N186 on Wednesday, students presented their projects realized within the school’s civics club Delta, attended by representatives of the PH International Georgia office, and Laura B. Berger, USAID Georgia’s Democracy, Governance and Social Development Office Deputy Director, who, after being introduced to the students projects, answered their questions about the importance of civics education, sharing with them the existing practices, examples and experiences of civic participation of youth in the US.


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New initiatives for schools - Legal Culture, Forensics’ and Science and more | scope | 29 Nov 2017


The representatives of the schools from Mtskheta, Gori, Pankisi and Tbilisi took great interest in the initiatives of SCOPE school programs for the goal of preventing juvenile delinquency, for supporting the community activities of the police and for offering students a window into certain roles and career paths. 


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Agreements Signed to Implement Community Awareness Activities in Regions | scope | 21 Nov 2017


On November 6, Schools, Community and Police Engagement – Georgia (SCOPE) held a cluster meeting for its Raising Community Awareness component participants. PH International provides sub grants to five local NGOs to implement the final component of SCOPE.


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ACPI Launches Third Programmatic Year | acpi | 21 Nov 2017


This fall ACPI started a new, third programmatic year and presented upcoming activities at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Adjara Autonomous Republic


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The Taste of Knowledge | mt | 27 Oct 2017


Students and school administrators  at Sachkhere # 2 public school, with the support of parents, created a school cafeteria with the mini-grant funds. A kitchen space was renovated and the kitchen equipment needed to prepare meals and different dishes were purchased. Now, students as well as community members can study the culinary arts and conduct different activities such as cooking competitions and workshops. Volunteer parents and teachers are actively engaged and have developed a set of guidelines for the kitchen’s operation. 


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