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An assessment of socio-economic integration and livelihood needs of IDPs in Georgia

"An assessment of socio-economic integration and livelihood needs of IDPs in Georgia." Written by Sean Loughna and produced by ACT for the Georgian Ministry of IDPs, funded by the EU, December 2015. Part of the project "Forging Ahead: Process-Oriented TA," implemented by a Consortium led by Hulla & Co. Human Dynamics KG. This study examines the extent of socio-economic integration of internally displaced people (IDPs) in Georgia and their livelihood needs.

Supporting the Livelihoods of Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia: A Review of Current Practices and Lessons Learned

"Supporting the Livelihoods of Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia: A Review of Current Practices and Lessons Learned." Produced by the World Bank, May 2013. This report aims to contribute to the development of an IDP livelihood strategy and to more comprehensive investments in economic opportunities for IDPs. The report analyzes current projects that seek to overcome those challenges and build economic opportunities for the displaced.

Intentions Survey on Durable Solutions: Voices Of Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia

"Intentions Survey on Durable Solutions: Voices Of Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia." Produced by the Institute of Social Studies and Analysis, June 2015, from UNHCR. A report on a survey of 2,001 IDPs in Georgia who have shared their aspirations, thoughts and feelings regarding their future.

Economic and Social Vulnerability in Georgia

"Economic and Social Vulnerability in Georgia." Written by Franziska Gassmann, George Berulava, and Michael Tokmazishvili, 2013, from UNDP. This report presents a comprehensive baseline analysis of the dimensions, patterns and determinants of social and economic vulnerability in Georgia, with a partiticular focus on Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), people with disabilititi es and the populatiti on living in high mountain regions.

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