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Action Against Hunger trains a new cadre of coaches in the Shuttle Methodology



On the 11th March 2024, Action Against Hunger South Caucasus launched a 5-day workshop on the transfer of its Employment & Entrepreneurship “Shuttle” methodology to local partner NGOs under the EU-funded project “Empowering civil society to increase gender equality and counter gender-based violence in Georgia.” The project consortium is led by the Center for Information and Counseling on Reproductive Health - Tanadgoma and includes three other national NGOs, the Women’s initiative Support Group, The Union of Azerbaijani Women of Georgia and the Georgian Network of Women With Disabilities

Marcella Maxfield, Regional Director of Action Against Hunger in the South Caucasus, welcomed the consortium members to the event and stressed the importance of this project, of which one component is focused on the socio-economic inclusion of vulnerable women at risk of exclusion. Over the five days the partner organisation staff and selected coaches will be trained on the methodology, so that they are able to run “Shuttles” in several locations across the country to support 600 vulnerable Georgian and Ukrainian women develop their employability and entrepreneurial skills.



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