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Project Donor Period Budget
Supporting Development of E-Trancparency and E-Participation in the Municipalities of the Imereti Region Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF) 2018 $13,640

Project aims to improve transparency and citizen participation mechanisms in the municipalities of Georgia. 

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Promoting Prosecutorial Independence through Monitoring and Engagement (PrIME) European Union 2018-2020 €333,321.64

PrIME aims to support the increase of an external and internal independence of the Prosecution Service of Georgia for ensuring impartiality and fairness in the Georgian prosecution and investigation systems.

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Facilitate the Landing of 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the National Level UNDP – Governance Reform Fund (GRF) through Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) 2017-2018 $82,440

The objective of the sub-project is to strengthen the data collection and coordination, capacities of leading national SDG mechanisms, along with the capacity development of civil servants to effectively monitor SDG implementation and apply newly-acquired skills in the development of the first progress report on SDGs implementation in Georgia. 

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Enhancing Openness of State Archives in Former Soviet Republics Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation (OSI) 2017-2018 $84,155.5

The overarching goal of the project is to ensure openness of Soviet archives in the post-Soviet space.

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Transparent Public Procurement Rating – Assessing Public Procurement Legislation and the Enforcement Process in the Eurasian Region and Beyond Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation (OSI) 2017-2019 $155,292

The project aims to build on the experience of the project – “Transparent Public Procurement Rating (TPPR) – Assessing Public Procurement Legislation and the Enforcement Process in the Eurasian Region” and expand the (TPPR) and its common standard for assessing the legislative framework of public procurement beyond the Eastern Partnership Countries, in Central Asian States (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan), Visegrad Countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia), Albania and Mongolia. 

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Combating Clientelism in Local Investments and Financial Transfers Open Society Initiative for Europe through Expert Forum Association 2017-2019 $8,360

The main objective of the project is to contribute to improving the effectiveness, transparency and accountability in budgeting and procurement in Romania, Moldova and Georgia. 

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Project to Support the Independence and Transparency of the Constitutional Court Open Society – Georgia Foundation 2017–2018 $32,450

The goal of the project is to initiate and support a reform of the Constitutional Court, promote the Court’s transparency, effectiveness and independence, evaluate its work and increase public awareness about the Court’s activities.  

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Empower Society for Strengthening Good Governance International Visegrad Fund, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands 2017 - 2018 €49,670

Main project objective: Empower the Georgian public to effectively monitor and control the government as well as increase the level of openness and accountability of the Georgian government.

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New E-Governance Initiatives to meet OGP Commitments in Georgia Tetra Tech ARD/USAID Good Governance Initiative, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia 2016 - 2018 $72,685

The aim of the project is to support three pilot municipalities and 2 Ministries in implementing effective electronic tools of engagement and citizen participation. 

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Strengthening the System of Parliamentary Democracy in Georgia UNDP 2016-2018 $257,520

The programme contributes to UNDPs overall programme aim to establish the Georgian Parliament as a credible institution with a greater role in national policy-making and European integration.

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Public-Private Dialogue (PPD) Quality Tracking in Georgia Governing for Growth (G4G) in Georgia / USAID 2015-2018 $94,700

The goal of the project is to support the Government of Georgia to create a better enabling environment in which legal and regulatory reforms are fairly and transparently conceived, implemented and enforced providing a level playing field for small and medium size enterprise growth.

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