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To Better Respond to Pandemic, CCR Delivers Pulse Oximeters to ESCUAC
July 14, 2021 News

To Better Respond to Pandemic, CCR Delivers Pulse Oximeters to ESCUAC

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) immediately tailored its activities to support Georgian healthcare system in proper and timely management of the occurred unusual situation. Thanks to International Visegrad Fund, CCR greatly alleviated the work of rural doctors in West Georgia.

Together with Slovak Aid, Czech Caritas supports mountainous Racha
June 29, 2021 News

Together with Slovak Aid, Czech Caritas supports mountainous Racha

The damage caused by the Covid-19 pandemic to the economy and human well-being is especially severe in the mountainous regions of Georgia, where the majority of the population is dependent on tourism and entrepreneurship is less developed.

In 2021, Caritas Czech Republic celebrates six years its mission in Georgia
May 31, 2021 News

In 2021, Caritas Czech Republic celebrates six years its mission in Georgia

The year 2021 Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) marks six years since the registration of its branch in Georgia. In 2015, the local representation of CCR was officially registered as “Caritas Czech Republic in Georgia”. Since that time, Czech Caritas has implemented about twenty development projects and improved the lives of thousands, focusing in particular on people with disabilities, children with autism, and people living in mountainous regions.

Thanks to Visegrad Fund, Caritas delivered hygiene and protective equipment to the ambulatories
May 25, 2021 News

Thanks to Visegrad Fund, Caritas delivered hygiene and protective equipment to the ambulatories

Since the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic, Caritas Czech Republic (CCR) has been assisting Georgian health care system to respond adequately to suddenly emerged challenges. Under the partnership with International Visegrad Fund, Czech Caritas extends its material support to rural ambulatories in Western Georgia, which provide medical services to local communities of internally displaced persons (IDPs).

“We Help Where Needed” – Caritas Czech Republic Tackles Georgia’s Waste Management Problem
May 14, 2021 News

“We Help Where Needed” – Caritas Czech Republic Tackles Georgia’s Waste Management Problem

Every year, about 900,000 tons of municipal waste is generated in Georgia, 700,000 tons of which are dumped in landfills. Currently, data on the amount and specificity of generated waste is not available in 47 out of 56 municipalities (that is to say, with the exception of relatively larger cities and towns such as Telavi, Gori, Akhaltsikhe, Kutaisi, Ozurgeti, Batumi, Tbilisi, Rustavi and Borjomi).