Develop the country’s agricultural economy and build local self-governance.
In many ways, Georgia is still trying to find its place in a post-Soviet world. The Rose Revolution of 2003 left a shaky civil society and an impoverished rural population.
- Economic opportunity: Helping small-scale livestock producers increase their bottom line
- Disaster preparedness: Building a durable agricultural sector more resilient to natural disasters
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