As part of the ongoing “Green Guria – Supporting Local Democracy and Rural Development for Inclusive and Resilient Green Growth” project, supported by the European Union, CENN, in collaboration with partner organizations—the Young Pedagogues’ Union, the Institute of Democracy, and the Local Action Group of KEDA (LAG)—continues to support LAG members in enhancing their organizational skills.
Within the project’s framework, a series of organizational training sessions continues in all three regions of Guria: Ozurgeti, Chokhatauri, and Lanchkhuti. At this stage, approximately 80 LAG members from all three municipalities have received training in legal, institutional, and financial management.
Egnate Shamugia, the senior researcher at the research institute Gnomon Wise, shared knowledge and practical experience with the members of the Ozurgeti, Chokhatauri, and Lanchkhuti Local Action Groups (LAGs) about the mechanisms of inclusion in the decision-making process by local self-government bodies and their use.
The training cycle aims at organizational development and support for Local Development Groups (LAGs). The next planned training sessions will cover private and public cooperation, facilitator skills and facilitation, public relations, advocacy and lobbying, grant management, fundraising, and gender mainstreaming issues.Members of the LAGs can register for the next organizational training sessions. To participate, please complete the appropriate registration form:
Registration link for Ozurgeti LAG members:
Registration link for Chokhatauri LAG members:
Registration link for Lanchkhuti LAG members:
Information about the exact dates of the training sessions will be provided to those interested in participating in the next few days after registration.
The “Green Guria – Supporting Local Democracy and Rural Development for Inclusive and Resilient Green Growth” project is implemented by CENN in cooperation with partner organisations: the Young Pedagogues’ Union, the Institute of Democracy, and the Local Action Group of KEDA (LAG), supported by the European Union within the European Neighbourhood Program for Rural and Agricultural Development ENPARD IV.