YEAs in Georgia in cooperation with “Knowledge Café Gavazi” visited village Gavazi on April 15 to promote EU-Georgia relations, the EU’s support environment and EU opportunities for youth. Local YEA, Nika Chugoshvili was the organiser of the activity. During the second part of the event with the help of local students YEAs planted bushes in the garden of public school, put up stand-sign “European Garden” and installed two outdoor benches.
As a result, the event gathered 50 students as well as teachers who got more information about the EU, the EU-funded opportunities for young Georgians, as well as YEAs worked to raise awareness about environmental issues and the EU’s support to Georgia. Also, students and YEAs planted bushes that will be evergreen and will remain in the school as a symbol of the EU’s support to Georgia.
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