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17.12.2014 | access ge | Second Rotation of Students Graduate the Access Program in Akhaltsikhe and Ozurgeti
On December 10, 2014, English Access Microscholarship Program held its second graduation ceremony in Akhaltsikhe and Ozurgeti. 25 students from socially and economically disadvantaged families that have been enrolled in the program for two years, said good-bye to Access and promised to keep in touch, continue developing their language skills and act as mentors and advisers to the new recruits in case if the program continues.

15.12.2014 | access ge | Access Program Changes Lives
Salome Abramishvili, 15, joined the English Access Mictroscholarship (Access) Program in Telavi, Kakheti region in September 2012 and has been one of the most hardworking and motivated students ever since.

Funded by the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi and implemented by PH International, Access Program aims to make the study of English accessible to adolescent from an economically disadvantaged background. In addition to working on their language skills, the participants of the program become familiar with various aspects of U.S. and western democratic values and culture, develop leadership qualities and interpersonal skills.

04.12.2014 | ge calls | Armenian resource officers visiting Georgia

As part of the exchange program between PH international Georgia and PH International Armenia, ten Armenian resource officers visited Georgia. The goal of the visit was to share experience concerning the cooperation between the schools, police and other structures.

During the visit, several interesting meetings were held at the Office of Resource Officers, at schools and the police academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The guests attended the lessons at schools that were delivered with participation of resource officers and police officers. At the MIA Police academy, they had a chance to meet with several department heads and to discuss several topics, such as community-oriented police, domestic violence, juvenile questioning procedure specifics, and staff recruitment, training and other. They also observed different learning and training facilities of the academy. 

03.12.2014 | ge calls | Football and Community policing in the districts of Ge Calls participant schools

With the initiative of the police officer, inspector-investigator Joseph Kurtskhalia who has been involved in GE Calls program for more than five years a football competition was organized in the school #64. The school enrolled in the Ge-calls program (formerly - Georgian Legal Socialization Program) in 2012 ever since, they continue the legal culture lessons and after-school programs with participation of local police officer.

As part of community policing, carefully planned football games with the leadership of the police officers proved to be extremely positive byproduct of the program, in which youth participate, learn skills, communicate with police officer in casual environment and have sense of belonging. That,  as a result,  reduces delinquent actions at schools and in the neighboring community.


17.11.2014 | mt | MT Holds Workshop for Partner NGOs

On November 13, PH International organized a workshop for the regional implementing partner NGOs of the Momavlis Taoba Program (MT).

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