Facebook Twitter Google+ Wordpress YouTube RSS Channel Newsletters

Women Can, Women Act, Women Change!




One Window Principle meeting was held in Tetritskaro Municipality

Ketevan Nozadze
Category: Ethnic minorities 

On November 18, 2013 in Kvemo Kartli Tetritskaro municipality One Window principle meeting was held. The aim of the meeting was to solve the problems of people living in village Tsintskaro, mainly representatives of national minorities. Meeting was facilitated by Alexandre Rusetski.

Representatives of local municipality and social service agency, as well as the Ministry of regional development and infrastructure and ministry of education and science, attended the meeting. Beneficiaries themselves also participated in the meeting and presented their problems.

6 Cases were discussed. Among them most important for the population was the water supply and gasification issue. At the meeting it was agreed that the problem will be solved by joint effort of the population and relevant ministries. Some of the problems need complex approach and resolution of these problems is possible with the joint efforts of several entities. Beneficiaries received individual consultation, to which ministry or entity they should refer to for the solution of the problems. Except the cases, several issues were identified during the meeting, more specifically, issue of informing population.

Alexandre Rusetski proposed to the decision makers to provide with consultation in case of interest, on how to plan and implement changes correctly.  He also raised the issue of communication with the society; because it is important that population is more informed about their service.

One window principle consultation meeting was conducted in the framework of the project “Women for Equality, peace and development”, implemented by UN Women, Women’s Information Center and Taso Foundation, with the support of Norwegian Government.

Source: Portal GINSC


Tags: Cases meeting Kvemo Kartli Tetritskaro municipality Women for Equality, peace and development

Previous Page 




Beyond the Shelter

The youth exhibitions and installations

Women’s Fund in Georgia is honored to invite you to 2016 Kato Mikeladze Award Ceremony


Video archive

Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


Gender policy

Austria gets first woman chancellor after video scandal

Spain's parliament leads Europe in gender-equality despite rise of far right

Modi's party promises 33 pct reservation for women in India's parliament


Photo archive

Swedish politicians visit in WIC



To end slavery, free 10,000 people a day for a decade, report says

Interpol rescues 85 children in Sudan trafficking ring

Mother Teresa India charity 'sold babies'


Hot Line

Tel.: 116 006

Consultation Hotline for victims of domestic violence

Tel.: 2 100 229

Consultation Hotline for victims of human trafficking

Tel.: 2 26 16 27

Hotline Anti-violence Network of Georgia (NGO)

ფემიციდი - ქალთა მიმართ ძალადობის მონიტორინგი
eXTReMe Tracker