Civil Society Organization “Ruduni” is one of the organizations established in Lanchkhuti. “Ruduni”, is implementing a small project "Raising public awareness on the role and importance of municipal e-services." The organization has prepared an information booklet, which fully describes the electronic services offered to the population by the website www.lanchxuti.gov.ge and the electronic manager lcman.ge.

The local newspaper "Yes and No", which operates in Lanchkhuti municipality and has 3,000 subscribers, was used together with the other sources for dissemination of the booklet to the public. The booklet prepared by "Ruduni" together with the newspaper was received by all its subscribers in 15 territorial units of Lanchkhuti municipality.

The project is implemented with the support the European Union - #EU4Georgia

The next meeting of the working group was held in Lanchkhuti, which discussed the results of the second phase of the needs assessment and the changes achieved in the access to e- resources of the local self-government.

The contribution of the local CSOs involved in the project: Lanchkhuti Information Center and the Georgian Rural Hall in the development and access to e-services in Lanchkhuti Municipality is noteworthy.

The project is implemented with the support the European Union - #EU4Georgia

Another consultation meeting was held in Lanchkhuti. The representative of Imereti Scientists Union "Spectri" met with the members of partner organizations – Georgian Rural hall and Lanchkhuti Information Center.

The meeting discussed issues related to the project progress. Particular attention was paid to the needs research, which has begun in eight municipalities where the project “A common forum for CSOs from Guria, Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi for PAR Roadmap monitoring” is being implemented.

 

The project is implemented with the support the European Union - #EU4Georgia

"Development of e-services in local governments aiming at improving the availability of e-services for citizens" - a round table on this topic was held at the City Hall of Lanchkhuti municipality. The meeting was attended by representatives of local government, non-governmental sector, mass media, educational institutions.

Assistant of the project curatorial organization Imereti Scientists' Union “Spectri” Tamar Moseshvili underlined the importance of involving civil society in monitoring the roadmap for public administration reform. The head of the partner organization of the project "Georgian Rural Hall" Amiran Gigineishvili drew attention to the "Electronic Manager" developed within the framework of the project. And the head of the second partner organization "Lanchkhut Information Center" David Gogichaishvili, as well as representatives of local government and stakeholders spoke about the importance of the gradual development of the availability of e-services for the citizens.

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The first station –Lanchkhuti official web page http://lanchkhuti.gov.ge/

Take a look to the right of the screen. Everything seems to be familiar in the list, but there is one different name: electronic manager https://lcman.ge/

This is precisely the innovation that we must tell you about - a unique web application that has no analogue in Georgia (and not only). It was created especially for Lanchkhuti. The author of the application is Amiran Gigineishvili - radio engineer, programmer, designer, researcher, economist, PR specialist.

Mr. Amiran is a member of Lanchkhuti City Council and a member of the board of the Local Governments Association of Georgia. He has many years of working experience in civil society organizations, participated in more than 40 trainings in the USA and various European countries. At the moment he is the chairman of the "Georgian Rural Hall" http://www.darbazi.org.ge/

Georgian Rural Hall is one of the most successful civil society organizations and our active partner in Lanchkhuti. Within the framework of the sub-grants component, the organization has implemented a small project “E-communicator of accountability and transparency for Lanchkhuti municipality”.

The monitoring time has come: representatives of Imereti Scientists' Union “Spectri” got acquainted with the progress of the project and attended one of the meetings that the Georgian Rural Hall held for local civil society organizations.

The project manager Amiran Gigineishvili presented a version of the web application, which he developed with the programming language ASP.NET C ++ using MS SQL server. The algorithm for sending a letter by a citizen and receiving a response, as well as public information, was discussed. The participants of the meeting independently sent e-mails and worked in other fields in test mode.

The third monitoring envisaged by the project, which reflects the progress of public administration reform in municipalities, has been completed. Monitoring in Lanchkhuti was carried out by partner organizations - Lanchkhuti Informational Center and Georgian Rural Hall. During the ordinary meeting of the working group, representatives of these organizations made a presentation of the monitoring results. They also talked about the results of the implemented small projects and the goals and objectives of the recently financed small projects.

The work is carried out in the framework of the project “A common forum for CSOs from Guria, Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi for PAR Roadmap monitoring”.

Two organizations work with us in Lanchkhuti in the framework of the project “A common forum for CSOs from Guria, Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi for PAR Roadmap monitoring”.

Lanchkhuti Information Center and Georgian Rural Hall - these two civil society organizations are actively involved in the work process. They were the ones who received the first grants for the implementation of small projects in the municipality.

On April 20, representatives of Imereti Scientists’ Union "Spectri" held a consultation meeting with members of these organizations. The stages of implementation of the funded projects and other important issues were discussed.

The next meeting of Lanchkhuti working group was dedicated to discussing the role of youth in the public administration process and their needs. Representatives of youth CSOs participated in the meeting together with the members of the working group, in particular, the members of newly established organizations within the framework of the project - "Lanchkhuti Youth Movement" and "Ruduni". The meeting discussed urgent problems in the direction of introducing public administration. high motivation of young people and willingness to contribute to the further development of civil society was highlighted. Representatives of the partner CSOs - Lanchkhuti Information Center and the Georgian Rural Hall took an active part in the meeting.

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