Community Development and Advocacy
Community Development and Advocacy

To strengthen social capacities and infrastructure of conflict affected population in order to improve their living conditions and strengthen social capital.

Strategy:
To achieve above mission CHCA employs several strategies. First, we promote community organization into CBOs and/or action groups that take initiative to address local community needs; second, we promote public dialogues and advocacy for social issues including housing; finally, CHCA addresses issues of integration of IDPs into local infrastructure through establishing homeowners’ and neighborhood associations that will improve housing conditions and local urban policies of municipalities.

  • Community centered development
  • Dialogue with stakeholders
  • Creativity and international best practices

Current Projects

Past Projects

  • The way forward for reforms in the housing sector: empowering grassroot homeowners associations+

    The way forward for reforms in the housing sector: empowering grassroot homeowners associations The way forward for reforms in the housing sector: empowering grassroot homeowners associations in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine Read More
  • Towards a Fairer Society+

    Towards a Fairer Society Term: March 2017 - February 2018 Project Objective: Creating/developing CBOs/Strengthening their capacities and Raising the network of Pro-integration Alliance. Read More
  • Enhancing the Participation of Regional CSOs in Policy Dialogue on Social Inclusion in Georgia+

    Enhancing the Participation of Regional CSOs in Policy Dialogue on Social Inclusion in Georgia Project Objective: the project main goal is to strengthen the link between public and civic actors and harmonize their activities in the area of social inclusion by establishing a joint advisory body, the Advisory Council on Social Inclusion (AC), and piloting PIN Social Integration Program on Progr Read More
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  • Creation and Development of Homeowners' Associations+

    Creation and Development of Homeowners' Associations Creation and retraining oh Homeowner's Associations and Maintenance Groups; capacity building for target municipalities. Read More
  • From Dependency to Self-sufficiency – Innovative, Effective and Scalable Livelihood Solutions for Georgia+

    From Dependency to Self-sufficiency – Innovative, Effective and Scalable Livelihood Solutions for Georgia Project Objective: The project aims at supporting the economic integration of IDPs and war affected communities by providing sustainable livelihood solution. The project activities will be implemented through the following three components: Livelihoods, Advocacy and Capacity Building Term: March 201 Read More
  • Implementation and Evaluation of Land Leasing Pilot for IDPs in Georgia+

    Implementation and Evaluation of Land Leasing Pilot for IDPs in Georgia Project Objective: To explore the opportunities for land leasing in IDP and host communities, identify the gaps and challenges and suggest solutions for improvement. In order to achieve this, the project will mobilize and train communities and authorities alike and work in close collaboration with s Read More
  • Activism and Transparency for Self-Governance in Shida Kartli+

    Activism and Transparency for Self-Governance in Shida Kartli Project Objective: To educate and activate grassroots education and participation in the implementation of the Self Governance Law to promote activism and transparency. Term: September 2015 - June 2016 Donor: Funded by the U.S. Embassy in Georgia        Target Regi 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