PH International

Momavlis Taoba - Civic Education Program

Country: Georgia
Category: Educational Development Programs

About

Web Site: http://civics.ge

Momavlis Taoba (Future Generation) Program is implemented by PH International with the financial support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The program is implemented in partnership with the Centre for Training and Consultancy and 11 regional partner NGOs with participation of 480 schools nationwide, in all regions of Georgia. The purpose of MT is to 1) promote greater  civic engagement of young people; and 2) enhance civil society’s role in promoting transparent and accountable governance at the national and local levels by expanding and institutionalizing secondary school civics education curricula and practical applications.

Program News

Civics club students initiated organic food fair in Zugdidi. | 17 Oct 2019

In Zugdidi central square school-based civics club students of village Jumi public school, in the framework of a mini-grant project, organized an expo-sale of agricultural products and an information campaign on the importance of healthy food.
The students cooperated with the National Food Agency to get information about healthy nutrition, then prepared and placed a wallpaper about the harmfulness of GM foods and the benefits of organic foods at school. In addition, information brochures were disseminated in the community. A seminar, a film screening and an exhibition of drawings were also organized.

> More

A tower in their village was granted a status of cultural heritage | 4 Oct 2019

As a result of the civics club students’ initiative, a tower in their village was granted a status of cultural heritage

Students of USAID funded “Momavlis Taoba” program partner school of Sasireti village in Kaspi Municipality had a meeting with the representatives of the Public Defender's Office in Shida Kartli.  The students talked about a tower in the village - the historical monument of XVI-XVIII centuries, that needed rehabilitation. Representatives of the Public Defender's Office visited the historical monument together with the students and requested the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia to support students’ initiative.

> More

The professional development training for civics teachers | 30 Sep 2019

The professional development training "Planning of Interactive Lesson" was held for civics teachers from different regions of Georgia in the framework of civic education "Momavlis Taoba" program.
The training will help teachers develop interactive teaching methods and approaches; and create effective lesson plans. The training was organized by the Civic Education Teachers Forum.

> More
>All News

Success Stories

A tower in their village was granted a status of cultural heritage. | 3 Oct 2019

Students of USAID funded “Momavlis Taoba” program partner school of Sasireti village in Kaspi Municipality had a meeting with the representatives of the Public Defender's Office in Shida Kartli. The students talked about a tower in the village - the historical monument of XVI-XVIII centuries, that needed rehabilitation. Representatives of the Public Defender's Office visited the historical monument together with the students and requested the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia to support students’ initiative.
The National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia appreciated the initiative and granted the status of cultural heritage to the tower of Sasireti village.
> More

Lado Apkhazava, A Civics Teacher Received National Teacher Award of Georgia | 17 Oct 2017

Lado Apkhazava, a civics teacher from the village Chibati in Guria region of Georgia, received the National Teacher Award. Award ceremony took place in the capital Tbilisi on October 5, World Teachers’ Day.
> More

Students Advocate for the Improvement of Local Infrastructure | 1 Dec 2016

Students of the Village of Matani Public School #2 in Akhmeta municipality advocated for the improvement of local infrastructure; in particular the system of potable water in the village needed renovation as there was a lack of water and its quality was not suitable for drinking. Students collected signatures of the community members and prepared a request letter addressing Governor of the village.

As the result of the students’ efforts the problem was solved quickly; a new water reservoir with filtration system was installed in the village.
> More
>All Success Stories

Staff