With the support of the Caucasus Research Resource Centre (CRRC) in Georgia, World Vision conducted a baseline evaluation under the scope of the EU4Youth project ‘SAY YES – Skills for jobs’. The goal of the evaluation was to assess the current situation in the target regions and to collect relevant information for the project’s implementation such as baseline values and realistic targets but also specific recommendations to address existing issues.
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