During the ordinary meeting members of Zugdidi IDP Initiative Group spoke about networking, responsibility of network members, importance of teamwork.

They once again expressed their position that they are ready to actively engage in the process of identifying the challenges of IDPs and solving their problems.

The participants expressed their views about creation of a local network of Zugdidi municipality. According to them extensive networking will contribute to IDP problem solution.

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

During the ordinary meeting of Khoni Women Initiative Group was devoted to the discussion of the principles of creating and operating the network: what strategic directions should the network have in order to actively work in terms of implementing 1325 UN Resolution at the local level. Group members are motivated to be actively involved in both local and regional networks. The meeting identified the most sensitive issues for the local community.

At the end of the meeting, the participants watched a clip in which the women talk about the training cycle. As a result of the trainings, the competence of each of them increased in different directions. They will work actively in their communities to change the lives of IDP women and girls for the better.

 

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

During the ordinary meeting, the members of Kutaisi Initiative Group once again underlined that they would be actively involved in the process of IDP needs identification and solution of their problems.

People living in the IDP settlement mentioned the challenges that worry them for many years. Those participants who live in multi-storey buildings together with local residents also spoke about their problems.

The meeting focused on creation of network and networking. The strategic directions of the Women Network were discussed, the purpose of which is the implementation of 1325UN Resolution at the local level.

 

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

Many issues were discussed at the trainings. Concrete things were remembered and concrete ones were learned...

In this small video record, the women spoke about the benefits, exchange of experience, joint work of the training. The cycle of trainings strengthened the participants: IDP Women Initiative Groups established in Kutaisi, Tskaltubo, Khoni, Senaki and Zugdidi municipalities.

Now all five municipalities have competent active women leaders who can identify problems in IDP communities, advocate and solve them, they can change the living conditions of IDP girls and women and their families for the better.

 

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

What does UN Security Council Resolution 1325 mean? Why is it important to localize the National Action Plan at the local level?

These issues were discussed at online training, which was attended by members of IDP Women Initiative Group of Kutaisi, Tskaltubo, Khoni, Senaki and Zugdidi.

The participants got acquainted with the content of the Resolution and the National Plan. During group work, questions about the tasks and activities planned at the local level were discussed. After the training, the participants will be actively involved in the process of localization of the National Action Plan.

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

Gender violence, domestic violence - these issues do not lose their relevance. Therefore, one training was devoted to this topic.

The program included theoretical materials, practical exercises, animated film. Participants had the opportunity to discuss about the role and approaches of society, the solidarity of women and the shortcomings of state structures in terms of working for violence prevention.

Participants - members of the IDP Women Initiative Groups of Kutaisi, Tskaltubo, Khoni, Senaki and Zugdidi - were actively involved in the training process.

It was noted that the work of the non-governmental sector is obvious and is reflected on the awareness of women and the development of their skills.

 

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

Why did I join the project? What experiences can I share with IDP women and girls? What will I get as a result of participation in the project?

These questions are answered by the leaders of the IDP Women Initiative Groups of Kutaisi, Tskaltubo, Khoni, Senaki and Zugdidi. They mention the importance of their inclusion in the project, they sharpen the attention to the fact that women activists are interested in solving the problems of IDP women and girls, improving their living conditions. Trainings, which are held within the framework of the project, contribute to the increase of their knowledge and competencies.

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

A training on: "one window" principle, methodology, possibilities and prospects was held for the members of the IDP Women Initiative Group

Through the presentation, the participants understood what the “one window” principle means, got acquainted with the advantages of this method: what is interest of this process and how effective it is for problem solution, why it is interesting for IDPs, for different structures, who is the motivations etc.

Practical exercises, which were used during the training, ensured the maximum inclusion of participants.

The discussion showed that participants can practically work according to this method, they can avoid visits from cabinet to cabinet with documents and they do not have to prove the urgency of their problem to government representatives.

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

The meaning and objectives of the “one window” principle was discussed at a training for the IDP Women Initiative Group in Kutaisi.

This principle is an opportunity to simplify bureaucratic barriers and solve problems rapidly.

The participants received information about the importance of the meeting, organized according to the "one window" principle. The participants realized why this method is the best and how to conduct a meeting, in order to get the desired result.

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

  • - It is interesting for us to be involved in this project, we share our experience, which helps us to present problematic issues correctly and to figure out ways of their solution.

    - It is good when practical work and theory are combined. Today I realized how important informing, relevant skills and experience are.

    The participants thus expressed interest in the training topic.

    The training was held in Tskaltubo with members of the IDP Women Initiative Group.

    The participants received information about the meetings organized on the principle of "one window". It became clear to them why it is important to apply the "one window" principle, who is the responsible / relevant agency, who can be the beneficiary and how the meeting will be conducted.

    The training process was conducted by discussing live examples.

The project is implemented with the support

 of the UN Women organization

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