Enabling Georgia's most vulnerable youth to become productive, contributing adult citizens through mentoring, training and employment.

Project Description
Project aims to enable the most vulnerable youth in state care to successfully transition to productive, independent and self-reliant living through creating access to new services.
Specific Objective
- To increase social skills of the youth under the State Care System in Kakheti, Shida Kartli and Mtsketa-mtianeti regions, which are useful for their further employment.
- To establish six social enterprises (two per region), where trained youth will be hired after internship period.
- To develop an effective training and mentoring system for extremely vulnerable youth aged 14-16 to allow them to acquire relevant skills for future local employment.
- To provide hands-on, practical employment experience for trained, extremely vulnerable youth aged 16-18 in social enterprises (SE) to enable them to transition to independent, productive lives.
Expected Results
115 teenagers receive social skills training on 8 different topics.
115 adolescents are trained on the topic “Social Enterprise Management”.
35 adolescents are employed, among them 15 in social enterprises.
20 teens are in an active job searching process.
92 teenagers took an internship course
6 Social enterprises are created in three regions of Georgia
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PROJECT DETAILS
Georgia
Priority Area:
Partnership that empowers
Subsector:
Youth participation and leadership
Topic:
Youth, Education
Project Status:
Completed
Start Date:
01.12.2016
End Date:
30.04.2019
Implementing Organisation:
FUND CHARITY HUMANITARIAN CENTRE ABKHAZETI
Funding by the EU:
€300 034
Social Media Links:
Facebook: CHCAGeorgia
EU Project Number:
379-336

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