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Israel International Cooperation Program "Mashawi" will promote the development of entrepreneurial and technological education in Georgia.
To support the development of entrepreneurial and technological education in Georgia, the Embassy of Israel awarded a small grant to the College of Information Technology Academy.
The grant will be used to introduce a simulation game as an innovative teaching method in the context of entrepreneurship education and at the same time to provide a hackathon, which in turn will encourage technological and innovative teaching and enhance creative thinking in vocational students.
Tamar Kitiashvili, Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia addressed the participants of the event and thanked the Ambassador of Israel to Georgia, Ran Gidor.
"I express my gratitude to the Embassy of Israel in Georgia for giving us the opportunity to benefit from this extraordinary project. Israel, as a country with a distinctive practice of innovative and entrepreneurial education, is the best partner for Georgia in this regard. I hope that through our fruitful cooperation and personal friendship, we will further deepen our partnership with Israel in the field of vocational education." stated the Deputy Minister.
The Israeli Agency for International Development and Cooperation "Mashawi" was established in 1958 by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, allowing dozens of developing countries to learn about Israel's experience and achievements, and to introduce technologies and innovations to their state. Mashawi implements several key programs in Georgia, including educational programs.