Georgia: new youth centre to open in Shida Kartli region next year with EU support
December 5, 2022

Georgia: new youth centre to open in Shida Kartli region next year with EU support


The European Union, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Georgian non-governmental organisation ‘Kona’ (კონა), will build a youth centre in the village of Kvemo Chala, in the Shida Kartli region of Georgia. 

The new centre will open its doors to young people affected by the conflict in 2023. The work of the centre will promote youth education and civic engagement.

This initiative was supported by the European Union in Georgia and UNDP in Georgia as part of the wider EU4Dialogue programme.

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