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Civil Education Camp for Women and Youth

Admission to the Civil Education Camp for Women and Youth Living in the Guria Region is Now Open


Within the EU-supported project “Green Guria – Support for Local Democracy and Rural Development for Inclusive and Sustainable Green Growth,” CENN, in collaboration with partner organisations Young Pedagogues’ Union, Institute of Democracy, and Keda and Guria Local Action Groups (LAGs), – invites women and youth living in the Guria region to participate in a Civic Education Camp.

The purpose of the Civic Education Camp is to support women and youth in the Guria region in overcoming economic challenges and improving their living conditions. Participants will have the opportunity to attend thematic lectures and develop projects aimed at identifying and solving problems within the municipality. Successful project ideas developed by camp participants will receive funding, enabling them to implement these projects in their municipalities.

Young people aged 18-30 and women aged 18-55 living in Guria who are interested in working on solving socio-economic and environmental problems at the local level can participate in the camp.

The camp will be held in two sessions:

• August 13 – August 17, 2024 (camp for women)

• August 18 – August 22, 2024 (camp for youth)

Interested persons, please fill out the application form in Georgian: https://forms.gle/sYFMtTNmNNVJWsgG6  

The deadline for receiving applications is July 7, 2024, at 00:00 am.

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

It is important that the applicant has an active email address, as information will be sent to the selected participants of the program at the email address specified in the application form.

If you have any further questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following email address: Mariam Ghlonti – mariam.ghlonti@cenn.org  

Good luck! We look forward to your participation.

CENN implements the project in cooperation with partner organisations, the Young Pedagogues’ Union, the Institute of Democracy, and the Local Action Group of KEDA (LAG), supported by the European Union within the European Neighbourhood Program for Rural and Agricultural Development ENPARD IV. The project aims to reduce poverty and improve the economic and social environment, as well as the living conditions of vulnerable communities, through civic engagement, inclusive rural development, and green growth.