“Injicio” and youth initiatives

“Injicio” is a Latin word and means some kind of challenge. Initiation is a chemical process when a chain reaction begins with external influence.

In order not to confuse you, this is a manifestation of the initiative.

We talk about young people and this is our intention - active young people take initiatives.

The Women Fund “Sukhumi” operates in 10 municipalities (Samtredia, Terjola, Bagdati, Vani, Tkibuli, Senaki, Zugdidi, Tsalenjikha, Chokhatauri, Kobuleti). Previously, youth clubs were formed in separate schools in the city / village, meetings were held. Now municipalities are creating Youth Empowerment Centers, which bring together representatives of different schools.

During the 6-month training course, participants get acquainted with various topics, with the technique of conducting meetings. And from the first month they begin to conduct activities in their schools. After completing the full course, the most active ones are given the title of trainer.

It is difficult to single out any school, the initiated events are held everywhere. Children practically implement what they have learned, and they really like it.

They conduct information meeting, a film screening, a role-playing game, a survey, a video preparation, an action...

School teachers actively participate in the events.

Such activities are the best illustration of the results of our work.

But it is also important for schools. For example, one of the schools in Tkibuli municipality was included in the list of the Ministry of Education of Georgia as the most active and creative school in non-formal education. As a result of our 6-month work, three leaders were chosen who held interesting events. Information about them was published on the school's Facebook page. This is how the distinctiveness of this school was noticed.

This is our success story...

The project is implemented with the support of the organization Brot

 für die Welt - Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst (Germany)

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