Annual review of Government of Georgia and UNICEF’s joint programme
TBILISI. 6 December. 2004. Trainings for health workers, provision of vaccines for routine immunization, drafting of the legislation for banning import of non-iodized salt, creation of five resource centres on early childhood development, development of Life Skills curriculum and training of teachers, integration of disabled children in schooling system, establishment of an inter-ministerial commission on social reform and child welfare, active work of the Children and Youth Parliament, setting uo pf a national database on children – These are some of the activities being implemented this year within the joint programme of cooperation between the Government of Georgia and UNICEF.
The review of the implementation of this joint programme of cooperation was the main goal of the meeting of the Governmental Commission on Cooperation with Donors held on 3 December at the State Chancellery. The meeting was chaired by the State Minister for European Integration Ms Tamar Beruchashvili. The representatives of the various ministries at the level of Deputy Ministers as well as the representatives of the UNICEF Georgia Country Office participated into the discussion.
The participants of the meeting reviewed the progress achieved in implementation of the Government and UNICEF’s joint programme and assessed positively the activities and results achieved. The participants also outlined the main programme directions for the year 2005.
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