Publications

Reintegration Assistance Referral Guide Has Been Released

IOM has produced the 2017 reintegration assistance referral guide in close cooperation with its partners in the governmental and non-governmental sectors. This publication shall serve returning migrants with substantial information on the conditions that they can expect when coming back to their native Georgia and thus help them in getting back on their feet without undue complications.

IOM-მა 2017 წლის სარეინტეგრაციო დახმარების გზამკვლევი სამთავრობო და არასამთავრობო სექტორში მის პარტნიორებთან ერთად გამოსცა. ამ პუბლიკაციის საშუალებით დაბრუნებული მიგრანტები მიიღებენ მნიშვნელოვან ინფორმაციას საქართველოში მათთვის მოსალოდნელი პირობების შესახებ, რაც მათ საშალებას მისცემს საკუთარ ქვეყანაში ცხოვრებას ზედმეტი გართულებების გარეშე დაუბრუნდნენ.
 

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IOM Summarizes Achievements in the 4th and Final Issue of the Project Newsletter

The overall aim of the EU-funded project "Reinforcing the Capacities of the Government of Georgia in Border and Migration management" (More for More) has been to enhance the capacities of Georgian authorities in integrated border management and migration management and to ensure that key targets under the Visa Liberalization Action Plan (VLAP) were met. 

 and find out about our achievements.

IOM Summarizes Achievements in the 3rd Issue of the "More for More" Newsletter

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has now completed two and a half years of implementation of the EU-funded project “Reinforcing the Capacities of the Government of Georgia in Border and Migration Management” (More for More).  The primary goal of the project is to assist the Georgian authorities in implementing the Visa Liberalization Action Plan (VLAP) and in dealing with the challenges posed by the management of border and migration flows.

 and find out about our achievements and future plans.

 და გაეცანით ჩვენს წლევანდელ მიღწევებს და მომავალი წლის გეგმებს. 

IOM Summarizes Achievements in the Second Issue of the "More for More" Project Newsletter

IOM has completed the first 20 months of implementation of the EU-funded project “Reinforcing the Capacities of the Government of Georgia in Border and Migration Management” (More for More). The overarching objective of this project is to assist the Georgian authorities in implementing the Visa Liberalization Action Plan and in dealing with the challenges posed by the management of borders and migration flows. 

 and find out about our achievements and future plans
 
 და გაეცანით ჩვენს წლევანდელ მიღწევებს და მომავალი წლის გეგმებს. 

United Nations Partnership for Sustainable Development

Georgia 2016 - 2020

Over the last decade Georgia benefited from significant political, social and economic development reflected in improved human development, governance, social and economic indicators. Three landmark elections in 2012-2014 led to peaceful transfer of power by means of transparent and credible elections. The latter along with improved international scores for democracy, media and civil society development as documented by Freedom House, National Democratic Institute (NDI), Worldwide Governance Indicators (WGI) project; IREX media sustainability index and Civil Society Organizations (CSO) sustainability index demonstrates the country’s continuous progress towards consolidated democracy.

However, in parallel to visible improvements, institutional capacities are yet to be improved at different levels of government institutions. 

2016-2020 UNPSD document

IOM Summarizes Achievements in the First Issue of the "More for More" Project Newsletter

 and find out about our achievements in the first year of project implementation and plans for the second year.

 და გაეცანით ჩვენს წლევანდელ მიღწევებს და მომავალი წლის გეგმებს. 

Migrant Health Survey

The Migrant Health Survey project was funded by the IOM Development Fund (IDF) and implemented jointly by IOM and NCDC. The Survey included diverse groups of migrant population residing in Georgia, such as internally displaced persons (IDPs), returned migrants, foreign migrant students and detainees, asylum-seekers and trafficked persons. The Survey studied the prevalence of non-communicable diseases’ (NCDs) biological and behavioural risk factors among these groups, their mental health and psycho-social support needs and focused as well on the knowledge, attitude and practices of Georgia’s migrant population pertaining to NCDs.

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