Our Stories

  • 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.

  • I am a WomanI am a WomanPhikria Margiani, 32, is a local choir conductor. After attending the UNDP training in civic engagement, Phikria decided that her experience and communications skills could help improve daily life of her community.

  • 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.

  • Building Better FutureBuilding Better FutureThe Batumi Business Incubator is a part of UNDP’s ongoing effort to boost economic development in the region and assist small and medium businesses throughout the most vulnerable cycle of their development.

  • Seeds of KnowledgeSeeds of KnowledgeMusa Usmanov is a refugee from Chechnya. Musa makes a living by fixing shoes, but he dreams of starting his own cattle farm in the near future.

  • Vocational Education Equips Youth for CareersVocational Education Equips Youth for CareersLast year, 19-year old Nino Narmania learnt that she needed computer skills to do her favourite job—sewing and making clothes.

  • Business for PeopleBusiness for PeopleBusiness Incubator in Batumi offers local companies vital support at the most vulnerable cycle – early stage development.

  • The Voice of GeorgiaThe Voice of GeorgiaGeorgia is summing up results of the MY World survey.