Civics club students of Batumi public school #14 decided to involve outside partners to improve heating facilities at their school. Students, with support of the teacher wrote a letter to Supreme Council of Adjara and explained the needs in terms of the obsolete heating system and absence of connection to the natural gas supply system of the city. Later on, a meeting was arranged with the Head of the Supreme Council Avtandil Beridze.
Students in Adjara decided to mobilize people in their schools and communities for participation in state cancer screening program. Some time ago students have signed memorandum of cooperation with Navy hospital of Batumi. The idea to conduct cancer screening among local population came up during a meeting at Navy Hospital, which has facilities for a free medical research.
Professional development trainings were organized by the National Forum of Civics Teachers at
the Center for Training in Consultancy in January and February. Topics for the trainings were
identified in consultation with the National Examinations Centre, based on needs that were discussed during the civics teachers’ national conference in 2013
Students of school-based civics clubs in Tbilisi decided to support children with disabilities from the youth center “Parents’ Bridge”. Students organized fun activities for these children, while a psychologist from McLain Association helped with a training.