Students of the village of Ozurgeti public school conducted an advocacy campaign to increase public awareness about the needs of people with special needs. Students studied the Georgian regulations for better integration of people with special needs into society, and prepared a video clip for informing people about them. Supported by the school administration, a ramp was constructed at the entrance of the school.
Students of the Village of Akhalabastumani Public School in Zugdidi municipality established good cooperation with local organizations to renovate and equip the laboratory of natural sciences in the school.
The goal of the mini-grant project “Friendship is a Bridge” initiated by Gurkeli public school students was to open a small computer center in the village and provide an employment opportunity for a local resident with special needs.
"Project Harmony, Inc." (PH International), with the support of the U.S. Embassy in the Russian Federation, is proud to announce the third year of the Fort Ross Quest Contest – “Journey from Fort Ross”.
One of the most significant recent achievements of IT4Youth has been launching the nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs to provide young people from all backgrounds with the chance to start/continue their Computer Science education and learn programming skills that are becoming a necessary requisite for many technology careers.
Training "Basics of Programing" was held on October 17, 2016 by IDEA Center of NGO 'Parostok' (Sprout), working in Vinnytsya. The participants were students of Vinnytsia Institute of Economics and Social Sciences, of the Ukraina University. Durinng the trainning, youth gained knowledge and skills in coding that can be useful for their further study and work.
On September 20, 2016 a museum of the victims of Soviet political repressions was opened in Kaspi Gymnasium. The museum is located in the basement of the gymnasium, which used to be a former Militsiya (police) building during the Soviet Union, where the victims of political repressions were detained.
An essay writing workshop for the students of MT program partner schools was held in Ateni Gorge. The workshop was facilitated by the journalist Nino Chibchiuri. Nino was a participant in an essay contest in Egypt and her essay on the topic “Religion and Democracy” was one of the best.
Students of Village Bejano Armenian-language public school in Samtskhe-Javakheti region carried out an advocacy campaign to arrange conference hall in the school with the support from MT mini-grant project.