The project aims to evaluate the extent to which recipients of loans together amounting to US$65 million, supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and facilitated through Georgia’s Credo Bank, can be classified as low-income individuals. The primary purpose of these loans is to provide on-lending to farmers and rural micro and small enterprises engaged in agricultural production, processing, and trade.
The study aims to offer a timely overview of the market for primary consumption goods through analyzing the retail sector’s position in the Georgian economy.
This project is part of the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) initiatives to support the Government of Georgia in implementing a new upper secondary level (grades 10-12) curriculum, aligned with the 2022 - 2030 Unified National Strategy of Education and Science.
The Georgian-Swiss Intellectual Property Project (GESIP) aims to enhance Georgia's socio-economic development by improving the utilization of Geographical Indications (GIs) and enhancing government services for Georgian intellectual property (IP) users. The project directly benefits Sakpatenti and Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia (MEPA), as well as selected stakeholders of the Georgian GI system from the public and private sectors.