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Why Improvement of Primary Health Care System in Georgia Matters
July 30, 2021 Stories

Why Improvement of Primary Health Care System in Georgia Matters

Scaling up primary health care (PHC) interventions across low and middle-income countries could save 60 million lives and increase average life expectancy by 3.7 years by 2030. Caritas Czech Republic actively works to improve the quality of primary health care (PHC) services in Georgia and provide it with comprehensive IT solutions.

65-Year-Old Nani Proves Early Diagnosis of Cancer Saves Lives
July 15, 2021 Stories

65-Year-Old Nani Proves Early Diagnosis of Cancer Saves Lives

Thanks to the Zugdidi Screening Center built by Caritas Czech Republic (CCR), a 65-year-old woman – Nani Saghrishvili learned about breast cancer diagnosis at an early stage and has already defeated the disease. "As my doctor tells me, from now on I can say goodbye to cancer forever" says Nani with joy.

Story of Ani Butskhrikidze
June 1, 2021 Stories

Story of Ani Butskhrikidze

Ani is raising her husband’s late brother’s (bereaved) children along with her own. She is also taking care of her disabled mother and elderly father. Ani had to suddenly move from Tbilisi to Racha.

Story of Nana Dvalidze
June 1, 2021 Stories

Story of Nana Dvalidze

 Nana and her family have been actively pursuing cattle breeding for years, and in recent years they’ve also added beekeepingto their traditional activities. They now produce milk, cheese, butter and curd, as well as sour cream and honey. Nana and her family have loyal customers, especially during the summer, when Racha is full of tourists.

“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).