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News | Program: Momavlis Taoba - Civic Education Program

Online conference with a psychologist Maya Tsiramua | 28 Mar 2020


Follow a healthy lifestyle, plan your day, activate your social contacts, talk with friends and family members, avoid stressful information and avoid tobacco and alcohol. These are the recommendations that psychologist Maya Tsiramua advised students, teachers, and parents during an online conference.

The online conference guest talked how to overcome stress during a COVID-19 pandemic and how to manage emotions during the challenging time.

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Civics teacher Nino Dighmelashvili appreciates online civics resources created within USAID’s “Momavlis Taoba” program | 26 Mar 2020


“The digital resources created within the Civic Education Program “Momavlis Taoba” supports me to plan and organize online lessons. The students especially liked quizzes- questions with answers to be marked.
It should be mentioned that even those students who were used to be “passive” during ordinary classes are now very active. They sent me the results of the quiz very soon” –said Nino Digmelashvili, civics teacher of Tbilisi public school #59.

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Civics club students’ online conference with a doctor Tea Danelia | 20 Mar 2020


Online conference with a doctor Tea Danelia mostly addressed the issues concerning basic prevention measures against the new COVID-19. How does the virus spread? Why the virus is called “corona”? How long does the virus survive on surfaces? When will a COVID-19 vaccine be ready? Are children at risk? How is it prevented? What are the most common symptoms of the COVID-19 disease? – These were the questions asked by civics students during the conference.

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Manana Chkhaidze, civics teacher and principal of Kakuti village public school | 16 Mar 2020


Manana Chkhaidze, civics teacher and principal of Kakuti village public school in Kobuleti municipality summarized the results of students' participation in civics projects.

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Irma Gordeladze a civic education teacher and environmental protection activist | 9 Mar 2020


Irma Gordeladze is a civic education teacher at Baileti Village Public School. She teaches students what is active citizenship and how to solve community and school problems. Irma Gordeladze is actively involved in environmental protection activities and promotes public awareness of the issue.
Together with her followers, she protested against the extraction of inert materials from the bank of Achi River in Ozurgeti municipality. As a result of her efforts, the community united to protect the unique nature of the river bank and the extraction works have been suspended.
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Giulgiun Mamedkhanova is from Takhalo village in Marneuli municipality. | 26 Feb 2020


Giulgiun Mamedkhanova is from Takhalo village in Marneuli municipality. She is a third-year student at Tbilisi State University. At the same time, she is a volunteer journalist, beginner filmmaker, author of the cognitive program at Radio “Marneuli” and intern in the theater “Era”.

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Nana Margania is a civic education teacher of Vartsikhe Village Public School. Ms. Nana is one of the winners of the program’s equipment contest. | 21 Feb 2020


Nana Margania is a civic education teacher of Vartsikhe Village Public School. Ms. Nana is one of the winners of the program’s equipment contest.
As Nana said, her involvement in the program activities helped her in professional growth and development of her practical skills. Moreover, she has become a leading teacher.
She emphasized that civic education lessons become more interesting for her students. Civics supplemental books created within MT program helped them develop their knowledge and skills and apply this knowledge into practice.

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Students from different public schools presented the results of their civics projects | 17 Feb 2020


Students from different public schools of Shida Kartli, Kvem Kartli, Imereti, Kakheti, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti, Adjara and Guria regions within USAID civic education program “Momavlis Taoba” presented the results of their civics projects.

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Civics club students of the Anaga village public school decided to improve the water problem in the community. | 10 Feb 2020


Civics club students of the Anaga village public school decided to improve the water problem in the community. The students conducted a survey that showed that the school and kindergarten had water shortages and the village clinic had no water supply at all and that this was the most important problem to be addressed in the village.

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Students of the public school of the Gantiadi village in the Tsalka municipality decided to improve road safety for the school community | 3 Feb 2020


Students of the public school of the Gantiadi village in the Tsalka municipality decided to improve road safety for the school community, as the school is located near the central road, and students often crossed this road.
Students wrote a letter to the local authorities requesting support for painting zebra crossings and installing road signs in front of the school.

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