Projects

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Project Donor Period Budget
Develop Building Integrity and Transparency Strategy and Action Plan for the CityHall of Zugdidi Municipality USAID Good Governance Initiative in Georgia, Tetra Tech ARD 2020 GEL 44,025

The overall objective of the project is to strengthen resilience of Zugdidi City Hall system against the threat of corruption

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Core Support The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) 2020-2022 SEK 9,100,000

The overall objectives of the Core Activities are Supporting Democratic and Good Governance in Georgia through evidence-based research, monitoring, and advocacy

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Promoting Open Governance Principles at the Parliament of Georgia and Supreme Council of Ajara (SCA). European Union (EU) 2019–2022 €290,000.00

In the framework of the project, UNDP is collaborating with the IDFI to promote open governance principles in the work of the Parliament of Georgia and SCA in order to enhance openness, transparency and accountability of the institutions, including through greater citizen engagement.

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Contributing to PAR through Civic Monitoring and Engagement European Union (EU) 2019-2021 €499,435.55

The action aims to promote the implementation of the Public Administration Reform through innovations, capacity building, multi-stakeholder dialogue and civil society engagement in monitoring and revision of the PAR Action Plan.

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Potential Gender-Determined Differences in Civil Service Career Paths in Georgia UNDP Georgia 2019 $15,000

The research project aims to identify the key ways in which gender determines differences in career paths and the extent to which these differences are perceived as detrimental to the individual civil servants and the civil service as a whole.

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Enhancing Openness of State Archives in Former Soviet Republics and Eastern Bloc Countries Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation 2019-2020 $78,980.64

Project goal is to encourage the rethinking of Soviet and totalitarian past by fostering research and promoting the openness of state archives in post-Soviet and post-socialist countries. 

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Development of Educational Certification Program in Fighting Corruption Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation 2019-2020 $80,397.42

The impact of the project will be to develop and sustain a community of professionals and activists – corruption hunters, who will engage with corruption prevention, corruption risk management and with shedding light on facts of individual and systemic corruption.

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Studying How Major International Anti-corruption Platforms Promote Transparent & Accountable Public Procurement in Georgia and Eurasia Region Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation 2019-2020 $51,456.96

The goal of the project is to secure Georgia’s democratic state-building achievements by tackling the growing problem of corruption, with a particular focus on corruption-proofing the public procurement system.

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Empowering Watchdog Community for Government Accountability International Visegrad Fund 2019-2020 €33,670

The project aims to empower Georgian public to effectively monitor and control the government, and enhance availability of public data.

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Good Governance for Georgia (3G) Luminate 2019-2021 $390,000

Project aims at increasing public oversight of state institutions, and increasing transparency and accountability of the government 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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Facilitating Implementation of Reforms in the Judiciary European Union 2018-2020 €45,900

The main objective of the project is to support real reforms of the judicial system through monitoring, evidence-based advocacy, strengthening of individual judges and promotion of dialogue with them. 

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