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
All stories about Georgia
Georgia: Village Members in Georgia Rebuild Bridges, Hope January 30, 2003
Georgia: Water Power November 12, 2002
Georgia: Overcoming Doubts October 21, 2002
In Elia, a district of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, the residents of neighboring apartment blocks decided there were several things they wanted to change to improve life for families in the community.
Georgia: One wish October 17, 2002
In many ways Levan is like any 13-year-old boy in any country around the world. He is bright, inquisitive and has a passion for sports. "My wish is to become a soccer player, the best shooter on the national soccer team and to win the world championship," he says.
Georgia: 13.5 Million Grant Assists Communities in Georgia September 21, 2000
Mercy Corps has been awarded a $13.5 million grant through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to improve social services and strengthen local communities in eastern Georgia.