PH International is seeking host families for university students from Russia ages 18-20 interested in environmental sustainability. We are currently recruiting interested host families for July 2-20th and/or August 13-31st or a portion of the participant’s stay during these dates.
On May 13, 2016 representatives from Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) visited “Family and Community” NGO in Metsamor to observe the community initiatives within the INL funded AM CALLS project
During the last week of April 2016, in cooperation with Microsoft, PH International with its IT for Youth project hosted the DigiGirlz events in Russia! The events were held within Microsoft global initiative #MAKEWHATSNEXT and aimed at igniting girls’ interest in technology studies and IT careers, and giving them the opportunity to discover their full potential with the help of technology and explore their possible IT-career paths.
In March 2016, Momavlis Taoba Program announced a social media contest -"Social media for positive changes”. Rusudan Zedginidze, a civics club student of Village Zveli public school was one of the successful participants of the contest. She prepared a project on protection of the environment and created a Facebook page titled "My Tidy Country Begins with Me".
On April 22nd students from Daba Khulo and Ghordjomi schools paid a visit to Khulo Police Station in frames of Adjara Community Policing Initiative (ACPI) program, which is funded by Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).
Students of Chokhatauri Virgin Mary School implemented a civics classroom project to improve outdoor infrastructure of their school. School teachers, parents, community members, local Government and business representatives joined the initiative.