UNDP assists Georgia in building strong and competent local self-governance institutions that will act as catalysts in stimulating regional and local economies and foster the inclusion of people into policy-making for the benefit of all citizens, including women, men, youth, displaced and minority groups.
To achieve that, we work in following three areas:
- Establishment of policy and institutional frameworks to foster decentralization of governance and local and economic development (LED);
- Enhancement of capacities of national and local government institutions to deliver quality services at the local level, enable business environment and promote local economic actors;
- Economic and social empowerment of local communities to ease their access to decision-making.