Women and Children with Disabilities in Georgia: An Overview of the Data
November 10, 2021

Women and Children with Disabilities in Georgia: An Overview of the Data

UN Women prepared this publication and UNICEF in the framework of the UN Joint Programme “Transforming Social Protection for Persons with Disabilities in Georgia”, supported by the Joint SDG Fund.

The data and analysis provided in this report lead to a wide-ranging set of conclusions related to the challenges that people with disabilities face in Georgia and recommendations surrounding the generation of data on people with disabilities in Georgia.

UN Women, 2021



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