With the support of the Caucasus Research Resource Centre (CRRC) in Georgia, World Vision developed a vulnerability mapping report under the scope of the EU4Youth project ‘SAY YES – Skills for jobs’. The purpose of the report is to lay out these findings and understand in which municipalities there are more vulnerable young people, aged 15-25.
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