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The students of the village Jalaurta School organized a free course of computer programs for women of their village

Georgia | Momavlis Taoba - Civic Education Program | 15 Mar 2019


The students of the village Jalaurta Public School in Sachkhere Municipality organized a free course of computer programs for women of their village. Training course in information technologies was conducted by school IT teacher for 10 female participants.

“Women's unemployment is one of the main problems in our country as well as in our village. In order to increase women's employment opportunities, we thought about strengthening their skills. We plan to launch initiatives in this direction” says Nino Tsartsidze, school-based civics club leader.

The students conducted information campaign on women's rights. They prepared and distributed brochures in the community. The training and conference were held at school, where women who changed the world were introduced to the local community groups.

The project was implemented with the support of civics teacher of the village Jalaurta Public School in Sachkhere Municipality, in the framework of mini-grant project of “Momavlis Taoba” program.

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