Within the scope of the EU program "EU4Youth", three new projects are being implemented to ensure the employment of young people. The implementation of the projects began in the spring of 2018, and are fully funded by the European Union. The beneficiary countries are as follows: Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine and Belarus.
The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia presented the results of several activities carried out in Georgia within the project framework.
The projects funded by the EU help strengthen the entrepreneurial potential and improve the employment prospects of Georgian youth by developing the skills needed for the modern labor market.
The presentation was attended by the Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia - Teimuraz Murghulia the Director of the Eastern European Neighborhood Negotiation - Lawrence Meredith, various organizations involved in the project.
The project is jointly implemented by EU4Youth, Save the Children, the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, Children and the Youth Development Fund.