Irma, Ketevan and Keti— three achievers who move forward against the odds, and change the world one step at a time.
Georgian and Polish post-industrial cities follow the same path of urban revival.
The power of art helps reach out for the Georgian people with the message of Global Goals.
Rustavi youngsters prove that once you re-imagine how a city looks, you can re-imagine its future.
Barbare Jorjadze’s Room opens a space for discussions on feminism and gender equality.
Local civil initiatives encourage citizens to become more active in running their regions.
The Social Good Summit 2016 "I Can / მე შემიძლია" triggers public activism across the Georgian society for the rights of people with disabilities.
Small farmers start agriculture cooperatives to benefit from rural development and new farming practices.
200 thousand residents of Rioni river basin feel safer with the modern methods in flood management.
Villages that border conflict divides suffer from insecurity, decaying infrastructure, poor social services and growing poverty. UNDP helps bring back hope for better future.