The goal of this project is to evaluate US Embassy’s Public Affairs Foreign Assistance Programs in Georgia, namely the English Access Micro-Scholarship Program (ACCESS) and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Support Program (TVET).
We recently started a project which will entail the conducting of a study to assess the state and needs of Black Sea ports amid the Russia-Ukraine war, which has significantly shaken the critical infrastructure landscape in the region.
PMC Research Center (PMC RC) is conducting a study with the objectives of assessing the needs and skills of Ukrainian refugees in Georgia and producing recommendations for stakeholders to develop needs-based services.
This project aims to assess the expected effects of the planned change of the Government of Georgia’s (GoG) Ordinance “On the List of Industries with Specific Operating Conditions" on the business sector.
The goal of this project is to support rural disadvantaged populations to find decent and inclusive employment options by acquiring the skills and knowledge currently in demand on the local labor market. In the course of this project, the organization plans to deliver career management skills development (CMSD) workshops for the above-mentioned target group. Furthermore, a local needs assessment study of the hospitality industry will also be conducted to identify professions in most demand in Lagodekhi and Kazbegi municipalities. Project beneficiaries who successfully complete a CMSD workshop will then be given the opportunity to undertake apprenticeship programs in the fields identified as being in most local demand. For this purpose, the organization will partner with local VET colleges and local businesses.