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LIST OF PROJECTS

 

UN Joint Programme for Gender Equality

Executing Agency: UN Women

Donor Funds: Swedish Government

Year of Implementation: 2016-2020

Project objective:

Setting up regional crisis centers for sexual violence and DV victims/survivors

 

Love & Respect - Preventing Teen Dating Violence”

Project donor: European Commission Erasmus+ program

Year of implementation: 2017-2019

Project objective: Promoting establishment of an  European partnership among young people to prevent teen dating  violence.

 

Prevention and Elimination of SGBV  Refugee Community

Project donor: UNHCR

Year of implementation: 2017, 2018

Project objectives:

  1. Reduce risk of SGBV (including DV)

  2.  Improve quality of response to SGBV incidents. 

Prevention and Elimination of SGBV in IDP and Refugee Communities

Project donor: UNHCR

Year of implementation: 2016

Project objectives:

  1. Raise public awareness, increase sensitization and create inclusive environment 

  2. Provide legal, medical, psycho-social counseling and other assistance

  3. Establish effective communication with the IDP community on sexual and gender-based violence

 

UN Joint Programe for Gender Equality

Project donor: UN Women

Year of implementation: 2016

Project objective:

  1. Support the government in setting up a network of crisis centers for sexual violence and domestic violence victims

Contributing towards Prevention and Elimination of SGBV in Georgia

Project donor:UNHCR

Partner organizations: Association Atinati (Zugdidi), Human Rights Education Center (HREC), Gori Gender Resouce Center, Sakhli-Gori  Office

Years of implementation: 2012-2015

Project objectives:

  1. Provide psycho-social rehabilitation forSGBV victims

  2. Raise awareness on the problem of gender-based and sexual violence

  3. Promote civic education on childern’s rights and domestic violence  in the following regions: Kakheti, Shida kartli, Zugdidi

UN Joint Programme to Enhance Gender Equality in Georgia

Project donor: UN Women

Years of implementation: 2012-2014

Project Objective:

  1. Establish a crisis center model  for domestic violence victims

                                

“Shield”- Enhancing Prevention and Response to Domestic Violence in Georgia

Project donor: UN Women

Years of implementation: 2010-2011

Project objectives:

  1. Carry out capacity development of shelter and hotline staff

  2. Develop internal regulations and the staff code of conduct for shelters

Promoting protection of victims of Domestic violence

Project donor: Global Fund for Women

Years of implementation: 2010-2012

Project objectives:

  1. Raise awareness amongst domestic violence victims/ survivors on available legal mechanisms of protection

  2. Increase the availability of information on relevant resources and services from the government and civil society organisations

Contributing towards Prevention and Eimination of SGBV in Georgia

Project donor:UNHCR

Partner organizations: Association Atinati (Zugdidi), Amagdary-Women Employment Centre

Year of implementation: 2010

Project objectives:

  1. Establish crises centres in Tbilisi, Gori and Zugdidi (West Georgia)

  2. Provide psycho-social rehabilitation of SGBV victims

  3. Provide SGBV victims with post – rehabilitation services

  4. Raise awareness on the problem of gender-based and sexual violence

  5. Network amongst  organizations working in the field of violence against women

Promoting Psycho-social Rehabilitation of Internally Displaced People

Project donor: Italian Development Cooperation and the Italian Embassy

Year of implementation: 2009

Project objectives:

  1. Assist highly vulnerable IDP sub-groups (e.g. mothers with many children, single mothers, families without breadwinners, children, teenagers and victims of violence)

  2. Provide psychological counselling and group work to these sub-groups

  3. Impart new knowledge and skills through handicraft activities

 

Advocacy for/Rehabilitation of the Victims of Domestic Violence

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2008- 2010; 2009-2010

Project objectives:

  1. Promote the protection of domestive violence victims/ survivors

  2. Promote the services available to domestic violence victims/ survivors (e.g. psychological, legal, medical consultations)

  3. Study the needs of children in domestic violence cases

  4. Shape public opinion on domestic violence through various media platforms (e.g. television, radio programmes, publications)

Contributing Towards Prevention and Elimination of SGBV in Georgia

Project donor: UNHCR

Years of implementation: 2007- 2009

Project objectives:

  1. Provide psycho-social rehabilitation of SGBV through individual and group therapy

  2. Establish a hotline service

  3. Set up shelters and shelter services

  4. Shape public opinion towards SGBV through  training sessions and meetings

 

Contributing towards Prevention and Elimination of SGBV in Georgia: Expanded Activities in Gori and Tbilisi

Project donors: UNHCR and UN Joint Project “UN Initiative in Support of Gerater Gender Equility in Georgia”(participating agencies: UNDP,UNICEF,UNIFEM, UNFPA and UN RC Office)

Year of implementation: 2008

Project objectives:

  1. Establish women’s rehabilitation clubs in Tbilisi and Gori

  2. Provide services (e.g. psychological consultation/ rehabilitation, group work, medical and legal consultation) to SGBV victims at these clubs

Documentary Film ”Let You Always Sing, Mother”

Project donors: Swiss Cooperation Office in Georgia and the National Centre for Cinematography of Georgia

Year of implementation: 2008

Project objective:

  1. Depict the problems and livesof women in different regions of Georgia

Popularization of Law on Domestic Violence

Project donor : The Embassy of Switzerland in Georgia

Years of implementation: 2007- 2008

Project objective:

  1. Raise awareness about domestic violence, including relevant laws, amongst youth and educators in Kakheti region (Gurjaani, Telavi, Sagarejo, Kvareli)

Promoting Activation of the Mechanisms of Domestic Violence Victims’ Legal  Protection

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2007- 2008

Project objectives:

  1. Provide victims of domestic violence with services (e.g.individual and group psychological consultation/rehabilitation, legal and medical consultations)

  2. Promote the implementation of domestic violence law and  monitor the implementation of this law

  3. Shape public opinion on domestic violence through various media platforms (e.g. television and radio programmes, publications, advertising activities)

Advocacy for/Rehabilitation of the Victims of Domestic Violence

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2006- 2007

Project objectives:

  1. Provide psycho-social rehabilitaion for domestic violence victims (e.g. individual and group psychological consultation-rehabilitation, legal and medical consultations)

  2. Initiate new therapy- social hearing

  3. Cooperate with law-enforcement bodies to raise their awareness of domestic violence

  4. Promote the inculcation of domestic violence law

  5. Shape public opinion on domestic violence through various media platforms (e.g. television and radio programme, publications, training seminars and advertising activities)

Promoting Implementation of “The Law of Georgia on Combating Domestic Violence, Prevention of and Support to  itsVictims”   

Project donor: Mamacash

Years of implementation: 2006-2007

Project objectives:

  1. Raise awareness of domestic violence and appropriate police response amongst law enforcement bodies

  2. Raise awareness of available mechanisms for legal protection against domestic violence

  3. Define a common strategy  amongst organisations working with domestic violence victims in the areas of protection of domestic violence victims and the provision of services for such victims

Raising Awareness of  People  with Disabilities on Domestic Violence Issue

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2006-2007

Project objectives:

  1. Raise awareness of gender-based violence and the law on domestic violence amongst people with disabilities

  2. Shape public opinion on people with disabilities to assist in their integration with society

  3. Explore and define the attitudes of people with disabilities towards domestic violence and related laws

  4. Develop a film on gender violence, with focus on domestic violence

The Law on Privatization as one of the Factors Escalating  Violence against Women

Project donor: Global Fund for  Women

Year of implementation: 2006

Project objective:

  1. Explore and reveal the links between property issues, protection and realization of women’s property rights, and domestic violence

Raising Awareness of Health Workers on Domestic Violence Issue

Project donor: Gender Innovations Fund and Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2005-2006

Project objectives:

  1. Strengthen health workers’ response to cases of domestic violence

  2. Conduct training seminars with health workers ondomestic violence and appropriate response

  3. Develop and introduce mechanisms of registration/documentation of domestic violence cases by health workers

  4. Lobby development of the domestic violence response mechanisms in the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Welfare

 

Domestic Violence –Promoting Public Opinion Development

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2005-2006

Project objectives:

  1. Provide psycho-social rehabilitation for domestic violence victims (e.e.g psychological and legal consultations)

  2. Lobby the developed draft law on domestic violence, in cooperation with other organizations

  3. Shape public opinion on domestic violence through various media platforms (e.g. press conference, social advertising, posters, billboards, leaflets)

   

Promoting Domestic Violence Prevention

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2004-2005

Project objectives:

  1. Provide psycho-social rehabilitation for domestic violence victims (e.g. individual and group psychological consultation-rehabilitation, legal consultation)

  2. Promote legislative reforms on domestic violence , including preparation of recommendations for the draft law on domestic violence, in cooperation with other civil society organisations working in the field of domestic violence

  3. Shape public opinion on domestic violence through various media platforms (e.g. press articles, advertisements, publicizing the centre’s findings)

 

Domestic Violence- Is a Crime!

Project donor: US Embassy

Year of implementation: 2004

Project objectives:

  1. Effect change in public attitudes towards domestic violence

  2. Create receptive climate amongst the public and government for the adoption and successful implementation of the anti-domestic violence law

 

Domestic Violence-Society and State

Project donor: Mamacash

Year of implementation: 2004

Project objectives:

  1. Monitor the implementation of the Plan of Action for Combating Violence against Women (2000-2005)

  2. Make the state accountable for the responsibilities undertaken in the Plan of Action

  3. Increase public awareness ofdomestic violence and shape public opinion on this issue  

Domestic Violence – Promoting Public Opinion Development

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2003-2004

Project objectives:

  1. Rehabilitate domestic violence victims by providing psychological and legal consultations

  2. Develop recommendations for legislative regulation of domestic violence in the following fields: physical abuse; procedural legislations; alimony; common property of spouses, and inheritance

  3. Lobby the developed recommendations in governmental structures

  4. Shape public opinion through various media platforms (e.g. press articles, advertisements, publicising the centre’s research)

  5. Monitor police response to domestic violence cases in two police departments of Tbilisi in order to identify specific law-enforcement practices of dealing with domestic violence cases and develop recommendations for improvements of appropriate responses

  6. Conduct training for police officers; the training will be developed on the basis of the results of the monitoring in the same police departments

  7. Conduct lectures on the role of police in combating domestic violence in the Police Academy of Georgia

Rehabilitation Club for Victims of Domestic Violence

Project donor: CORDAID

Year of implementation: 2003

Project objectives:

  1. Establish rehabilitation club for domestic violence victims

  2. Provide individual and group psychological rehabilitation to these victims

Domestic Violence

Project donor : Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2002-2003

Project objectives:

  1. Protect the interests of domestic violence victims and provide them with services (e.g. psychological and legal counselling)

  2. Lobby the family violence issue together with lawmakers and executives, with reference to CEDAW

  3. Promote legislative reforms on domestic violence in governmental structures

  4. Carry out research  on public attitudes, stereotypes, and the widespread forms of domestic violence

  5. Carry out networking;

  6. Carry out capacity building activities of the organisation

 

Raising Public  Awareness on the Urgency of Domestic Violence  and Exploring the Issue

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2001-2002

Project objectives:

  1. Protect the interests of domestic violence victims by providing them with services (e.g. psycho-social and legal consultations)

  2. Lobby the family violence issue together with lawmakers and executives, with reference to CEDAW

  3. Promote legislative reforms on domestic violence in governmental structures

  4. Plan and implement joint measures and activities with governmental and non-governmental organisations working on similar problems

  5. Research and disseminate information to improve consulting practices and to establish a gendered approach (Original is gender approach, please check this is accurate) towards family violence

  6. Develop the organisation’s capability

  7. Expand publicity work to increase the centre’s effectiveness in the issue of family violence

Raising Awareness on Domestic Violence Issue Among the Police and Educators Working in the Commissions of Minors Affairs

Project donor: Open Society -Georgia Foundation

Year of implementation: 2002

Project objectives:

  1. Raise the awareness of domestic violence amongst the police and educators working in the commissions of minors affairs

  2. Promote appropriate police response in domestic violence cases

 

Sakhli-Advice Centre for Women

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 2000-2001

Project objectives:

  1. Ensureoperation of the centre

  2. Provide legal counseling to centre beneficiaries

  3. Advertise the centre’s activitiese

  4. Promote the setting up of an official network to protect domestic violence victims

 

Public Awareness Campaign

Project donor: Project Harmony, USA

Year of  implementation: 2002

Project objectives:

  1. Shape public opinion on domestic violence through various media platforms (e.g. televisions, radio, printed media)

  2. Educate public on the urgency of the domestic violence problem and protection of victims

Sakhli-Advice Centre for Women

Project donor: Oxfam

Year of implementation: 2000

Project objectives:

  1. Incorporate the Advice Centre as a juridical person (NGO)

  2. Ensure operation of the centre

  3. Protect domestic violence victims by providing them access to services and resourcesCollaborate with mass media

  4. arry out awareness-raising activities

  5. evelop the organisation’s human resources

 

Raising Awareness of Women on Their Rights

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation:1998-1999

Identification of Needs and Requirements of Socially Unprotected Facets (the poor,  refugees)

Project donor: Oxfam

Years of implementation: 1997-1998

დონორები და პარტნიორები / DONORS AND PARTNERS 

ძალადობის მსხვერპლთა დახმარების ცხელი ხაზი 116006

The National Domestic Violence Hotline Number 116006

გადაუდებელი დახმარების ერთიანი ნომერი 112

Unified Emergency

Number 112