Water, sanitation and hygiene in Georgia: Standard implementation in a multiethnic population

Water, sanitation and hygiene in Georgia: Standard implementation in a multiethnic population

30 December 2019
“Once a week, sometimes twice, a car would come with water, and we stood in a line with our vessels. We might have got water, or maybe not. The water was arriving in cisterns for 28 years and was very expensive. Moreover, we had to carry water from far away to wash clothes or dishes, and this was…
“Once Erasmus, always Erasmus”: how education brings Georgia closer to the European Union

“Once Erasmus, always Erasmus”: how education brings Georgia closer to the European Union

03 April 2017
“Studying in Denmark was a life-changing experience: it made me want to become a school teacher back home, where I am determined to implement modern teaching and learning methods” says Tinatin Nakashidze, a 22-year-old Georgian student, who studied at University College UCC in Copenhagen for one…