United Nations Development Programme
Immediate Response to 2012 Natural Disaster in Georgia
Three regions of Georgia – Kakheti, Mtskheta-Mtianeti and Samtskhe-Javakheti, were heavily damaged in a hailstorm in July 2012. The government of Georgia approached UNDP and World Bank for technical assistance in conducting a thorough recovery needs assessment and developing an integrated recovery framework.
What We Do
A Joint Needs Assessment was conducted immediately after hailstorm of July 2012. Report identified short, mid and long-term needs of the affected regions and laid foundation to a draft recovery framework. In December 2012, UNDP in partnership with the National Environmental Agency of Georgia, initiated works for hazard mapping of Telavi – the biggest city in the Kakheti region, as the most affected urban area.
UNDP provided rapid assistance to the affected villages to help farmers take care of their damaged vineyards and fruit gardens.
Who finances it?
- Start date:
- August 2012
- End date:
- December 2014
- Georgraphic coverage:
- Kakheti, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Samtskhe-Javakheti
- Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia; Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia; Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia
Focus AreaEnvironment and Energy
Millennium Development Goal
- Immediate Response to 2012 Natural Disaster in Georgia English
Contact Person in UNDP
Environment and Energy Team Leader