Future Generation (MT)

Name: Future Generation (MT; Momavlis Taoba)

Implementation period: 2014-2017

Implementation area: Georgia – EDEC: Imereti, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti regions


Donors /Partners: 

  1. United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  2. PH International
  3. Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia


Overall budget:

Part of the budget assigned to EDEC:  226,470 $

Objective: Development of civic education programs in target schools; support practical application of the knowledge among schoolchildren, promote greater civic engagement of young people; enhance civil society’s role in promoting transparent and accountable governance.

Target group(s): Students, teachers, parents, local governments

Beneficiaries: Principals of public schools in Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti, civic education teachers, 9th– to 11th-grade students

Conducted activities:

  1. Civic club have been set up in 27 schools
  2. Support of up to 300 classroom initiatives were
  3. Support of up to 350 club initiatives
  4. 25 group visits to various organizations and companies
  5. Celebration of up to 20 international days
  6. Up to 40 students underwent internships in various organizations
  7. Up to 20 meetings were held with qualified experts and celebrities
  8. The practice of using auxiliary textbooks for civic education has been introduced in more than 100 schools


Achieved results: During the implementation of the project, civic education clubs were established that are actively involved in school life and are involved in formats of cooperation with local governments. The practice of using the introduced civic education textbooks has significantly improved the quality of civic education teaching and the application of the acquired knowledge in practice.

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