Skills for Employment and Income Generation

Summary

UNDP Georgia education
Vocational training in carpentry. Zugdidi, Georgia. May 2011. Photo: David Khizanishvili/UNDP

This initiative is part of UNDP’s long-term support to the development of professional education and vocational training in Georgia. It contributes to increasing the quality of vocational training and focuses on improving employment prospects of economically vulnerable.  

What We Do

We work closely with the professional colleges in Kakheti, Imereti and Samtskhe-Javakheti to improve the quality of vocational training and provide better access to the modern education technologies and training practices. 

We also help professional colleges to become local hubs of economic activities and establish effective and mutually beneficial relations with business, industry, academia, experts and vocational workers.

Expected Results



  • Compatibility of vocational education with the demands of local labour markets.
  • Increased public awareness about vocational training and other services of professional colleges. 
  • Enhanced sustainability of vocational colleges through positioning them as the hubs of local economic activities, facilitators of employment and partners to local businesses.

Who finances it?

UNDP US$ 430,000

Delivery

2013 US$  18,173.42
2012 US$ 351,732.9
Overview
Status:
Ongoing
Start date:
January 2012
End date:
December 2014
Geographic coverage:
Imereti, Kakheti, Samtskhe-Javaketi
Partners:
Vocational Education and Training Centres in Kutaisi, Kachreti and Akhaltsikhe
Project Document
  • Skills for Employment and Income Generation English
Millennium Development Goal
Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
Contact Information

Revaz Sakvarelidze

Project Manager

revaz.sakvarelidze@undp.org.ge

8/18 Shrosha Street

Tbilisi 0179 Georgia

Contact Person in UNDP

George Nanobashvili

Economic Development Team Leader

george.nanobashvili@undp.org