Charity Humanitarian Centre "Abkhazeti" (CHCA)

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CHCA aims to improve the livelihoods of conflict-affected and other socially vulnerable people in Georgia

Charity Humanitarian Centre "Abkhazeti" (CHCA), established in 1995, is a Georgian, non-Governmental, non-profit organization that aims to improve the livelihoods of conflict-affected and other socially vulnerable persons and enhance their social and economic integration.

CHCA's Target Groups

  • Internally displaced persons (IDPs)
  • Persons living in the conflict zones
  • Socially vulnerable families
  • Former migrants
  • Children and youth
  • Persons in conflict with the law

CHCA Implements Projects in the following Areas:

  • Livelihoods and Economic Development
  • Community Development and Advocacy
  • Children and Youth Protection and Development
  • Peace and Confidence Building 

 CHCA Directly Targets 5,000 Beneficiaries per Year.

Projects

CHCA carries out a Livelihoods and Economic Development:

  • Qualification for Re-Integration - a Way back to Society
  • Zrda Activity in Georgia
  • From Dependency to Self-Sufficiency: Innovative and Effective Livelihoods Solution for Georgia
  • Supporting Business Initiatives of Former Prisoners
  • Social Enterprises for IDPs in Georgia
  • Enhancing Livelihood Opportunities for Eco-Migrants in Georgia

CHCA carries out Community Development and Advocacy:

  • The way forward for reforms in the housing sector: empowering grassroot homeowners associations
  • From Dependency to Self-Sufficiency: Innovative and Effective Livelihoods Solution for Georgia
  • Towards a Fairer Society
  • Enhancing the Participation of Regional CSOs in Policy Dialogue on Social Inclusion in Georgia

CHCA works for Children and Youth Protection and Development:

  • Small Group Home
  • Enabling Georgia’s Most Vulnerable Youth to Become Productive

CHCA carries out Peace and Confidence Building:

  • Provision of Urgent Medical Assistance to Extremely Vulnerable People Living in the Occupied Territories of Georgia

CHCA Geographic Coverage:

  • Tbilisi
  • Kakheti
  • Kvemo Kartli
  • Mtskheta-Mtianeti (including Akhalgori)
  • Shida Kartli
  • Imereti
  • Samegrelo
  • Adjara
  • Abkhazia

Donors:

  • International Organizations: European Union, USAID, UN Agencies: UNHCR, UNICEF, UNDP;
  • Embassies: Embassies of Poland and US in Georgia;
  • Foundations and International NGOs: Stichting Vluchteling - Dutch Refugee Foundation, Danish Refugee Council, Save the Children, Open Society Georgia Foundation;
  • Government of Georgia: Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Assistance, Ministry of Corrections and Legal Assistance, Ministry of Justice;
  • Private Sector: Microfinance Organization "Crystal"

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