Georgia is a target destination country for Ukrainian refugees due to the proximity to Ukraine, lack of a language barrier (Russian is a common spoken language in both countries), cultural similarities, and other reasons. Ukrainian refugees are in need of support to cover their basic needs, including medicine and hygiene items as well as access to healthcare services. They also need to improve their economic situation. Particularly, female-headed households, women and children need support, as they constitute a majority of the refugee population.
To provide a safety net and contribute to economic recovery and resilience for conflict-affected Ukrainian communities in Georgia.
To support Ukrainian refugees in Georgia, particularly women and children, address immediate basic needs, improve their access to social services and enhance their economic recovery in a dignified manner.
ER1. The most vulnerable groups of Ukrainian refugees cover their basic needs through provision of different types of assistance packages.
ER2. Improved protection, integration, and access to social services for women and child refugees.
Elaboration of the beneficiary database of the cash assistance program
Provide multipurpose cash assistance to the vulnerable Ukrainian households
Distribute different types of kits to address the immediate needs of vulnerable groups
Expand consultation service of the legal assistance
Conduct rapid gender analysis to identify needs for women, girls and marginalized groups
Provide information sessions for women and girls on reproductive health and gender related topics
Support capacity-building of IDPs and Eco migrants agency to enhance service provision for refugee women and children
Georgia, countrywide, with focus on Tbilisi, Kartli, Adjara AR, Imereti, Kakheti regions
20.08.2022 – 31.12.2023
Neighbour in Need
This project contributes to the following sustainable development goals (SDGs):