CARE’s work in Georgia
CARE began working in Georgia in 1991, when the country was suffering a severe economic crisis. We have continued to work through periods of civil unrest, distributing food and other essentials to people forced to flee from fighting. We particularly focus on vulnerable groups such as orphans, disabled people, pensioners and one-parent households. We address the underlying causes of poverty through a combination of income generation and business development, agriculture extension and infrastructure rehabilitation, good governance and civil society development. We work with local organisations to empower women from conflict-affected areas to participate in decision-making.
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