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A Child from the UNICEF supported Tianeti Day Care Centre, Tianeti, Georgia, March, 2007

The Well-being of Children and their Families in Georgia - Welfare Monitoring Survey. Second Stage 2011
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WASH Assessment in New and Old IDP Sites and Selected Villages in Georgia - June 2010

The 2010 Assessment built on the process used in 2009, asking communities to rate their own conditions and at the same time undertaking a technical assessment of those same conditions.


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How do Georgian children and their families cope with the impact of the financial crises - Report on the Georgia Welfare Monitoring Survey, 2009 - georgian version
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How do Georgian children and their families cope with the impact of the financial crises - Report on the Georgia Welfare Monitoring Survey, 2009 - english version

The report examines the welfare of the population of Georgian in the context of the global economic crises. It presents a comprehensive analysis of poverty and key welfare indicators. Well-being is examined on a range of dimensions including household consumption, matreial deprivation and subjective experience. 


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Food security, child nutrition and agricultural livelihoods of conflict-affected persons in Georgia - joint FAO/UNICEF/WFP assessment, 2009

This Assessment is a follow-up to the 2008 Emergency Food Security Assessment (2008 EFSA) of conflict-affected populations. The current assessment aims to provide an update of conflict-affected people. This joint assessment combines the expertise of FAO, UNICEF and WFP and focuses on food security, child nutrition and agricultural livelihoods.


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Child Poverty in Georgia - 2008

In partnership with York University UNICEF Georgia undertook the Child Poverty study, based on the secondary analysis of the World Bank’s Living Standards Measurement Survey.


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Assessment of situation, needs and priorities for water, sanitation and hygiene in Georgia IDP settlements- Part I

A joint survey carried out by UNICEF, Action Contre la Faim and the International Rescue Committee. The assessment was conducted during April and May 2009, and covered all remaining IDPs from the August 2008 conflict.

 


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Assessment of situation, needs and priorities for water, sanitation and hygiene in Georgia IDP settlements- Part II

A joint survey carried out by UNICEF, Action Contre la Faim and the International Rescue Committee. The assessment was conducted during April and May 2009, and covered all remaining IDPs from the August 2008 conflict.


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IDD elimination in Kvemo Kartli region - 2008

Assessment of the magnitude of IDD as a public health problem and monitoring the iodine status of the population in Kvemo Kartli region of Georgia.


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Educational Needs of Conflict-Affected Children in Georgia - December 2008

This report was produced as the result of an education needs assessment carried out jointly by UNICEF, IRC, CHCA, Terre des Hommes, Save the Children, and the Halo Trust, endorsed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.


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Child Protection Coping Mechanisms In rural Shida Kartli before and after August 2008

The assessment was carried out over a six-week period in October – November 2008 by Charity Humanitarian Centre Abkhazeti (CHCA), the International Rescue Committee (IRC), Save the Children (SC), Terre des Hommes (TdH), and UNICEF. 


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Interagency Child Protection Assessment of Collective Centres for Internally Displaced Persons - 2008

The assessment was initiated in order to gain a better understating of child protection situation in collective centers. The aim of the research was to identify problems in various protection domains in order to draft conclusions that could serve as basis for future programming for participating agencies as well as other stakeholders.


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Reporting children and media ethics in Georgia - situation analysis - 2008

Study on media ethics and professional standards in reporting on children in Georgia


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Research on school readiness in Georgia - 2007

The research on School Readiness in Georgia is designed to provide evidence for the Early Childhood Development initiative in Georgia. The findings from this research will be integrated into the Early Childhood Development strategy and action pan.


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Quality Monitoring of Iodized Salt in Georgia - 2007

The survey on quality monitoring of iodized salt at a retail level was carried out by the Food Safety, Veterinary and Plant Protection National Service of Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia with the support of UNICEF Georgia, in September-December 2007 throughout the country. 


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Legal Aspects of Controlling Trafficking in Children

A report on the legal aspects of human trafficking in Georgia with specific reference to child trafficking, and its application and compliance to international standards. The document provides an in depth analysis of gaps in the national legal act.


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Assessment of Perinatal Care in Georgia

The study reveals gaps in perinatal healthcare system. The study covered the whole country and assessed all perinatal health care providers in both, urban and rural areas.  


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Base-line Survey - Communication Campaign for Immunization

The purpose of the study was to conduct in-depth research of the immunization behaviour among health professionals and caregivers in order to develop a comprehensive understanding of the current communication and behavioural gaps.


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Analysis of the Juvenile Justice System in Georgia

The analysis was carried out by the professor Carolyn Hamilton with the support of UNICEF in Nov 2006. The document examines the extent to which the current legislation and practice relating to children in conflict with the law is consistent with the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the UN Minimum Standards of Juvenile Justice and current notions of good practice in juvenile justice.


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Supporting State Policy of Child Welfare and De-institutionalization

The study carried out by the Strategic Research Institute with the support of UNICEF examins the situation of children deprived of parental care in Georgia. The main objective of the study was to work out recommendations for rationalization of the existing network of children's institutions.


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Research on Social Inclusion

The research on social inclusion was carried out by the local NGO “Children of Georgia” in 2006 with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and UNICEF. This research was conducted with a child focused philosophy and with the goal of achieving a functional understanding of inclusion process.


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Eliminating Iodine Deficiency in the Republic of Georgia, 2005-2006

To measure the impact of  iodine deficiency disorders' (IDD) elimination efforts, the Government of Georgia and UNICEF conducted a national survey of IDD prevalence in November 2005.


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Rapid Assessment of IDP Children and Youth in Georgia, 2006

The following key-findings are the result of a rapid assessment carried out in September of 2006 in order to determine the situation as per the protection and rights of IDP children and youth living in collective centers throughout the country.


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Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Behaviors Study on Avian Influenza, 2006

This study aims to identify cultural, economic, behavioral and other factors that act as barriers and enablers among key target audiences for the adoption of healthy behaviors and safe practices related to poultry keeping, raising, handling and consumption.


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Immunization Programme Management Review, 2006

A management review of the immunization programme in the Republic of Georgia conducted from 17 to 27 July 2006 by a team of experts from the WHO and UNICEF in partnership with the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs and the National Centre for Control and Medical Statistics of Georgia.


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