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Media about BLSP | blsp | 14 Dec 2017


PH International in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Education  from  Herzegovina Neretva and Zenica Doboj Canton, works on the project of juvenile delinquency. In the implementation of this project participate two schools from Mostar, Ivana Gundulica and Fourth Elemnetary School. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and it will last for two years.


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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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School TV Studio | mt | 27 Oct 2017


Students of the Rustavi # 1 public school are implementing a mini-grant project called “School TV Studio”. The school administration fully supports the project and provides students with financial and technical support.



 Students, with the support of a local TV studio director, organized a series of trainings to develop journalism skills among their peers. In addition, they plan to develop short scripts and film stories on different topics that are of interest to youth. Part of the equipment needed for the TV studio was purchased with grant funds. 


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Movies in the Community | mt | 27 Oct 2017


With the help of the school administration, students of Kutaisi # 7 public school decided to arrange a movie series at their school. The space and technical equipment were donated by the school administration and the projector was purchased with the grant funds. To support increased integration among the school and its community, students offer film screening on a variety of different topics. The films are selected in consultation with local interests and are based on the results of a survey.


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Guides’ Club | mt | 27 Oct 2017


Students of Telavi European High School created a Guides’ Club at school for students to serve as tourist guides to locals and foreigners to see the sights of the Kakheti region. The students, with the help of school teachers, selected the youth guides and offered them free educational courses to gain the guiding skills necessary and to increase their awareness about local historical heritage sites. They plan to cooperate with guesthouse owners in Telavi town and to prepare and disseminate informational booklets about their service among the community. 


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Tbilisi hosted Youth Employment Forum 2017 | yes georgia | 23 Oct 2017

On June 5, 2017, Tbilisi, Georgia hosted a Youth Employment Forum 2017 to provide a platform for reflection and discussion in order to assess the achievements and challenges and revise current practices and strategies for youth employment. The Forum was organized in order to ensure that the employment issue of Georgian youth was put on the policy agenda. 

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