Organized by the
Children and Youth National Center and the Ministry of Education, Science,
Culture and Sport of Georgia, the Future Camp Anaklia was closed in a
celebratory manner. The Future Camp hosted more than 3,000 students this year.
Furthermore, all six summer camps across Georgia has hosted more than 10,000
guests in 2018.
The project is implemented for the sixth consecutive year and aims to create
educational, sports-friendly and cultural environment for young people in
conjunction with promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Youth summer camps were able to host students from small-scale schools,
occupied territories, as well as admitting representatives of ethnic
minorities, students with special educational needs and so forth.
Besides the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, a number of
governmental entities were involved in the process and will continue to do so
in the future.