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  • Connecting Lives with Agriculture Connecting Lives with Agriculture “Blueberry farming was new in our village. People were doubtful when we started. But now, as they see our field blooming, they feel much keener to follow our example,” “says Tengiz Mikeladze from Ajara.

  • Farmer of TomorrowFarmer of TomorrowTengiz is a type of a farmer who was born into farming; who listens to his seedlings, and tirelessly removes the weeds for better harvest. Every new leaf makes his heart swell.

  • Sheep, Grass and WaterSheep, Grass and WaterThe EU-funded project "Clima East: Sustainable Management of Pastures in Georgia" promotes effective pasture management in the Vashlovani Protected Areas and makes the lives of Tush shepherds more stable and secure.

  • Peace Building Game OnPeace Building Game OnTech-driven initiatives of peace for Abkhaz and Georgian youth.

  • After the FloodAfter the FloodNatela Benidze from the rural village of Chalistavi was one of those people hit hardest by flooding and landslides in Georgia.

  • Confidence that Leads to AchievementConfidence that Leads to AchievementYouth camps, professional training, research, healthcare services and business development make an incomplete list of joint UNDP/EU initiative.

  • A Year after the WarA 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 BeginningsFrom 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 CommunitiesMobile 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.

  • Earth, Wind and Organic PollutantsEarth, Wind and Organic PollutantsThe problem of Persistent Organic Pollutants has no boundaries; it affects us all, says George Nikolaidis from Greek waste management company.