A Year after the WarGocha Petriashvili was an agronomist in Nuli, a small village close to Tskhinvali. Now he lives in the Akhalsopeli settlement far away from home and plans to grow wheat.
From Small BeginningsDali Chilachava fled from her home village in Abkhazia in 1993 when the first conflict broke up. Now she lives in Samegrelo, a region of Georgia that shelters more than 80,000 displaced.
Mobile Technology for Safe CommunitiesThe Georgian word elva means "lightning" or "express message", which is the name of the information sharing platform developed for the communities across conflict divides.
Rebuilding Lives in the Crisis AreasNana Shonia is a dentist in a small village at the administrative boundary line with Abkhazia. Her patients come from both sides of the conflict divide since she is the only dentist in the area.
Day to DayArmed conflict, social unrest and economic disruption left Abkhazia with crumbling infrastructure and growing poverty. UNDP assists with basic needs, such as critical infrastructure, medical service, water access and sanitation.