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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.

Human Rights Situation of Internally Displaced Persons And Conflict Affected Individuals In Georgia

"Human Rights Situation of Internally Displaced Persons And Conflict Affected Individuals In Georgia." Produced by the Public Defender of Georgia, 2013. This report was published by the financial support of the offices of Council of Europe and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Georgia and reviews the issues which IDPs face and remain unresolved.

Aging in Displacement: Assessing Health Status of Displaced Older Adults in the Republic of Georgia

"Aging in Displacement: Assessing Health Status of Displaced Older Adults in the Republic of Georgia." A study conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Institute for Policy Studies, April 2012. Supported by a grant from the US Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. This study assesses appropriate and valid measures of physical and mental health status among displaced older adults, measures prevalence of physical and mental health outcomes across different displaced populations, and provides policy makers and program practitioners with measurement tools and evidence to inform improved response to older adults, especially in protracted situations of displacement in urban areas.

Georgia: EU Country Roadmap for Engagement with Civil Society, 2014-2017

"Georgia: EU Country Roadmap for Engagement with Civil Society, 2014-2017" produced by the EU. This report assesses the state of NGOs in Georgia and makes recommendations for activities designed to strengthen dialogue, capacity, and engagement.

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