Children and Youth Protection and Development
Children and Youth Protection and Development

Supporting children and youth development in Georgia through the promotion of formal, non-formal and vocational education and through the acquisition of health protection and life skills.

Strategy:
Provision of 24-hour care-service to vulnerable children and youth in Small Group Homes. Ensuring for them proper education, good living conditions and personal development; taking care of their health and recreation. Supporting the development and institutionalization of rehabilitation and reintegration support services for vulnerable (being in conflict with the law) children and youth. The integration of IDP and conflict-affected children and youth in the local community and supporting their non-formal education and civic activities.

Current Projects

Past Projects

  • Enabling Georgia’s Most Vulnerable Youth to Become Productive+

    Enabling Georgia’s Most Vulnerable Youth to Become Productive Project Name: Enabling Georgia’s Most Vulnerable Youth to Become Productive, Contributing Adult Citizens through Mentoring, Training and EmploymentProject Objective: To help vulnerable children, who are in state care to successfully transition to productive, independent and self-reliant living throu Read More
  • Small Group Homes+

    Small Group Homes Project name: Small Group Homes Project objective: To create conditions that meet the standards for children under State care; preparation for independent life. Read More
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  • Distance Friendship+

    Distance Friendship Project name: Distance Friendship Project objective: To identify and satisfy the needs of children under State care Read More
  • Trainings in Financial Education for Young People and Families Living in Conflict-Affected Villages+

    Trainings in Financial Education for Young People and Families Living in Conflict-Affected Villages Project name: Trainings in Financial Education for Young People and Families Living in Conflict-Affected VillagesProject objective: To enhance skills in finance management Read More
  • Teaching Wood Cutting and Wood Decorative Processing to Juvenile Convicts Using Electric-Mechanical Devices+

    Teaching Wood Cutting and Wood Decorative Processing to Juvenile Convicts Using Electric-Mechanical Devices Project name: Teaching Wood Cutting and Wood Decorative Processing to Juvenile Convicts Using Electric-Mechanical Devices Project objective: To organize groups studying wood carving at Rehabilitation Centre #11 Read More
  • To Support Former Convicts’ Reintegration Through Tattoo Removal+

    To Support Former Convicts’ Reintegration Through Tattoo Removal Project name: To Support Former Convicts’ Reintegration Through Tattoo RemovalProject objective: To support reintegration in society and removal of prison tattoos Read More
  • Youth Participation and Development+

    Youth Participation and Development Project name: Youth Participation and DevelopmentProject objective: To support the development of civil society and gaining the skills ,necessary for satisfying the needs of community Read More
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KUTAISI HEAD OFFICE
Tel.: + 995 431 24 16 51
E-mail: pr@chca.org.ge

TBILISI OFFICE 
Tel.: +995 322 944 544
E-mail: tbilisi@chca.org.ge

BRANCH OFFICE GORI 
Tel.: +995 370 27 34 84
E-mail: gori@chca.org.ge 

BRANCH OFFICE ZUGDIDI
Tel: +995 415 25 19 21
E-mail: zugdidi@chca.org.ge

BRANCH OFFICE BATUMI
Tel: +995 422 227 857
E-mail: batumi@chca.org.ge

BREANCH OFFICE TELAVI
Tel.: +995 599 862 298
E-mail: telavi@chca.org.ge

Where We Work

Georgian CHCA