Facebook Twitter Google+ Wordpress YouTube RSS Channel Newsletters

Women Can, Women Act, Women Change!




IDP Georgia

Go to Active news 

Page 21 of 21



Koba Subeliani Met Abkhazian Refugees Living in the Building of the Former Prof-Institute


The building was totally roofed, electricity was changed, inner communication was arranged and the space was legally authorized to be owed by the IDPs

Read more

Humanitarian aid donated by the EU was not delivered to the IDPs


Recently in Khelvachauri Region, a number of spaghetti packages, which were considered as the humanitarian aid for the victims of conflict 2008, were exchanged in mandarins

Read more

Mathias Yorsh Meets IDPs


Head of the monitoring group of the Council of Europe will meet IDPs and see their basic living conditions

Read more

Heavy rain floods IDP settlement in Tserovani


Heavy rain has flooded hundreds of houses of IDPs in the compact settlement of refugees in Tserovani village

Read more

European Union provides 22 displaced households with new homes


At an official ceremony held in Senaki (the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region) 22 displaced families received keys to their new homes

Read more

Georgians displaced in South Ossetian conflict get Internet access thanks to UN


Thousands of Georgians displaced by the 2008 conflict with Russia over South Ossetia are getting access to computers for their education and livelihood purposes, thanks to an initiative by the United Nations refugee agency

Read more

Go to Active news 






Beyond the Shelter

The youth exhibitions and installations

Women’s Fund in Georgia is honored to invite you to 2016 Kato Mikeladze Award Ceremony


Video archive

Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


Gender policy

Three women vie to become next Paris mayor

With a nod from parliament, Greece gets first female president

Barack Obama: Women are better leaders than men


Photo archive

Swedish politicians visit in WIC



To end slavery, free 10,000 people a day for a decade, report says

Interpol rescues 85 children in Sudan trafficking ring

Mother Teresa India charity 'sold babies'


Hot Line

Tel.: 116 006

Consultation Hotline for victims of domestic violence

Tel.: 2 100 229

Consultation Hotline for victims of human trafficking

Tel.: 2 26 16 27

Hotline Anti-violence Network of Georgia (NGO)

ფემიციდი - ქალთა მიმართ ძალადობის მონიტორინგი
eXTReMe Tracker