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The majority of PMC Research Center's funding comes from international organizations, and in order to be accountable and transparent, PMC Research Center makes information about its projects and funding levels available.

Project Origin of Funding Duration Amount
BAG Index and BAG Investment Survey Business Association of Georgia 2019-2020 USD 9,700
Strengthening VET institutions’ capacity in the development of needs-based project ideas and proposals UNDP 2019-2020 USD 4550
Rapid Assessment for Rural SME Development in Georgia and Armenia Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA), Swiss Embassy in Georgia 2019-2019 USD 10960
Verification of Outcomes of the Program – Private Sector Development and Technical Vocational Education and Training South Caucasus Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) 2019-2019 EUR 3600
Support and Monitoring of Penitentiary and Probation Reforms with the Involvement of Civil Society European Commission 2019-2020 EUR 3000
Supporting the Institutional Strengthening of the Vocational College Gantiadi and Fostering Evidence-based Teaching UNDP 2019-2020 GEL 36,225
China's Belt and Road Initiative: Potential Transformation of Central Asia and the South Caucasus Emerging Markets Forum 2019-2019 USD 5000
Labor Migration from Georgia and Private Employment Agencies (Georgia) Government of Georgia 2019 GEL 5,000
Support to the Development of Livelihoods in Disadvantaged Rural Regions of Georgia – Mestia/Samegrelo - Upper Svaneti Region European Union; CARE; Austrian Development Agency (ADA) 2018-2022 EURO 324,858
Organizational and Technical Capacity Assessment of CCC Network Member Civil Society Organizations European Union 2019 GEL 25,000
Identification of Functional Urban Regions in Kakheti (Georgia) European Union 2019 EURO 24,965
Regional Market Assessment in Georgia Using Components of Smart Specialization The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) 2018 EURO 9,865
Updating Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Georgia with Estonian Experience Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2018-2019 EURO 14, 403
Human Capital Project in Georgia The World Bank 2018 USD 10,000
Country Note on Belt and Road Initiative in South Caucasus Emerging Markets Forum 2018 USD 5000