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What is ‘hidden hunger’: A real threat for Georgian children

2015-07-21

Georgia suffers from "hidden hunger” – an ailment resulting from poor nutrition, particularly iron and iodine deficiency, leading to stunted growth in children

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Georgia Nominates Its First Female Defense Minister

Giorgi Lomsadze
2015-05-04

In a Caucasus-first, Georgia has selected a woman, 41-year-old parliamentarian Tina Khidasheli, as its prospective defense minister

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Georgia’s Child Brides: Opting for Marriage over School

2015-04-22

A 2014 study by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) indicated that up to 17 percent of Georgian women marry before turning 18 – one of Europe’s highest rates of underage marriage

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