What Georgians want in the next decade

24 Oct 2013

imageFrom Left to Right: Inita Paulovica, Deputy Resident Representative, Niels Scott, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Georgia, David Usupashvili, Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia and Vladimer Papava, Rector of Tbilisi State University

On the UN Day, 24 October, preliminary results of the United Nations global survey MY World in Georgia were announced at Tbilisi State University.

The preliminary data shows that most of Georgians opt for education (78%), jobs (71%) and health (66%) as priorities in the next 10 years.  Another key issue is good governance mentioned by 49% of the survey participants.  

The voices of over 3,000 people in Georgia have been captured since the survey kicked off in August 2013. The data was acquired through in-depth focus groups, the online platform and SMS voting.

Niels Scott, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Georgia, David Usupashvili, Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia and Vladimer Papava, Rector of Tbilisi State University assessed the preliminary results of the survey.

Contact Information

Sophie Tchitchinadze, UNDP in Georgia, 599 196907, sophie.tchitchinadze@undp.org

Maka Gvritishvili, UNDP in Georgia: 551 988999, maka.gvritishvili@undp.org