Nuestro trabajo en Georgia

Our work in Georgia


In order to ensure adequate availability, access and consumption of food as well as a decent lifestyle in rural communities, Action Against Hunger-Spain (ACF-E) strategically intervenes for the sustainable development of communities through: 

  • Support to small & medium business enterprises
  • Provision of Vocational Education
  • Agricultural cooperative development
  • Access to skills development and knowledge on sustainable agriculture
  • Improving access to markets for farmers
  • Increasing production and marketing capacity of farmers
  • Improved access to agriculture and veterinary related services
  • Capacity & confidence building to local stakeholders

ACF strengthens capacities of local communities and stakeholders to prepare for and respond to as well as recover from disasters and emergency situations through:

  • Strengthening capacities of local authorities, communities, schools and other stakeholders to ensure a coordinated approach, preparedness and efficient response to possible disasters
  • Supporting households in the identification of strategies for reducing their underlying vulnerability and strengthen their resilience
  • Increasing capacities of communities to design, implement and maintain DRM practices



In partnership with national NGOS and vocational training  centers we pilot an innovative methodology for increased  employability of IDPs and host population with particular focus on women and youth. The method is based on a successful experience in Spain.

  • Improving work competences and social skills of selected beneficiaries through the establishment of ‘Employment Shuttles’
  • Methodology based in team work, individual coaching, brokering with the private sector.
  • Capacity building of public stakeholders



ACF works with partners and local authorities for improving health conditions of vulnerable population and ensuring access to adequate water and sanitation facilities. In primary and secondary schools student are targeted as key agents for change. 

  • Availability of drinking water supply and hand washing facilities
  • Improvement of latrine/sanitation conditions
  • Delivery of equipment for solid waste disposal
  • Training on good hygiene practices
  • Waste and water supply management