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Students from different public schools of Adjara region presented their projects

Georgia | Momavlis Taoba - Civic Education Program | 6 Dec 2019


Students from different public schools of Adjara region presented their projects aimed at preventing trafficking and gender-based violence, advocating and solving community problems and promoting school safety in village Salibauri public school #1. Students also presented a performance on gender-based violence and a film on bullying prevention.
David Hoffman, USAID Georgia Mission Deputy Director, Adam Schmidt, Director of the Democracy, Governance and Social Development Office of USAID Georgia, Marina Ushveridze, Chief of Party of Civic Education Program, Maia Khajisvili, Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Autonomous Republic of Adjara, Maia Katamadze, Director of Batumi Educational Development and Employment Center, civics teachers, representatives of school administration and Educational Resource Center took part in the event.
At the end of the event, USAID representatives presented the books of literature to students of village Salibauri school.

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