The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) – Georgia, with financial assistance from Polish Aid, commenced a project targeting children and adults with disabilities.
The project "Increasing access to services for children with disabilities and adults with difficult behavior in Georgia", started in September 2022 and will end on June 31, 2023. During the project, ADRA Georgia cooperates with Society Biliki.
The purpose of the project is to renovate and establish the Child and Youth Development Center for children with disabilities in Khashuri. The core objectives of the project are to improve access to education and social services for children and adolescents with disabilities.
The main infrastructure will be changed in the building envisaged by the project, including the repair of the floor, walls, and ceiling, and water, electrical and heating systems will be installed. According to the same project, in 2023 the employees of the center will be trained. ADRA Georgia will provide the center with the necessary furniture, equipment, and materials for speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy.
As a result of a project in Khashuri which is the central part of Georgia and is the 9th largest settlement in Georgia with a population of 52,000 inhabitants will have the first Child and Youth Development Center for children with disabilities (aged 0 to 7), there was a need for such services.
Project co-financed by the Polish development cooperation program of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. The publication expresses exclusively the views of the author and cannot be identified with the official stance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
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