The overall objective of this project is to promote high-quality international education and to provide secondary-level education to students from the six Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries.
PMCG is partnering with Mathematica Inc. to develop a thorough understanding of the trends in general education in Georgia and to conduct a system diagnosis.
The analysis will focus on assessing the current situation in general education in terms of quality, equity and efficiency, as well as in terms of management, school climate, and learning.
The aim of this project is to evaluate how effectively the current program designs are achieving the desired results of building skills, developing attitudes, and increasing awareness among participants, as well as tracking how the effects of programs are maintained in the long term.
The project aims to evaluate the results of the implementation of the Sustaining Border Management and Migration Governance (SBMMG) project, implemented since 2017, as well as a top-up funding project implemented since 2020, both by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
PMC Research Center is conducting a country study of Georgia in the course of which we will cover labor migration management in Georgia and existing schemes. The study aims to assess the perspectives of different stakeholders, to address the perceptions of labor migration, and to examine the role of skills development in the country.