Leave No Child Out
Reform of Georgia's juvenile justice system focuses on rehabilitation
27 April 2010: UNICEF's Sarah Marcus reports on a programme to help rehabilitate Georgian juvenile offenders.
Child Development Centre in Tbilisi, Georgia aims to ensure every child’s right to health care
UNICEF’s Guy Degen reports on a new Child Development Centre in Georgia, part of the country’s strategy to ensure access to primary and preventive health care for young children.
Child-friendly spaces help conflict-affected children play and learn in Georgia
UNICEF correspondent Guy Degen reports on child-friendly spaces for children affected by conflict.
Rebuilt water and sanitation systems help heal scars of conflict in Georgia
UNICEF correspondent Guy Degen reports on efforts in post-conflict Georgia to rehabilitate water and sanitation facilities for use by schoolchildren.
Early Childhood Development kits help conflict-affected children in Georgia
Matthew Collin reports for UNICEF on how Early Childhood Development Kits have helped children displaced by the 2008 conflict in and around South Ossetia, Georgia.
Defending the rights of juvenile offenders in Georgia
UNICEF correspondent Guy Degen reports on a UNICEF-supported programme at one of Georgia’s youth rehabilitation centres
Educating children about unexploded ordnance in post-conflict Georgia
April 2009: UNICEF correspondent Guy Degen reports on unexploded ordinance – a harmful legacies of last year’s conflict in Georgia.
In Georgia, old schools find new ways to teach young children
April 2009: UNICEF correspondent Guy Degen reports on new early childhood education programmes in Georgia.
In Georgia, help for disabled children affected by conflict
September 2008: UNICEF correspondent Natacha Ikoli reports on UNICEF support for conflict-affected children living at a residential school for the disabled in Georgia.
Preventing a water crisis in a camp for the displaced in Georgia
22 September 2008: UNICEF correspondent Roshni Karwal reports on the precarious water supply at a camp for the displaced in Gori.
UNICEF sets up centers for displaced people around Gori
27 August 2008: UNICEF correspondent Kun Li reports on conditions for internally displaced families in Georgia.
UNICEF supports displaced women and children in Georgia
UNICEF correspondent Kun Li reports on conditions for internally displaced families in Georgia.
Education campaign raises avian influenza awareness in Georgia’s schools
Institutionalized children return home to family life in Georgia
UNICEF 60th TV spot features famous Georgian Opera singer Paata Burchuladze
UNICEF in Georgia celebrated 60th anniversary of the organization with a number of events. One of the highlights was the launch of the TV spot dedicated to the 60th anniversary featuring famous Georgian opera singer and recently nominated UN Goodwill Ambassador in Georgia Paata Burchuladze.
Youth radio airs peer-to-peer HIV/AIDS education in Georgia
14 November 2006:
Breaking the cycle of child abandonment in Tbilisi, Georgia
UNICEF correspondent Vladimir Lozinski reports on efforts to support single mothers and their children in Georgia.
July 2006: Football offers Lela, 17, a chance to travel outside Georgia
June 2006: New haven for street children in Georgia
June 2005: UNICEF helps to reform juvenile justice system in Georgia
February 2005: 'Kids' Crossroads' - UNICEF helps young people to express their voices
February 2005: UNICEF helps restart immunization in Georgia