Oxfam in Georgia

A child with his Grandmother at Tbilisi Children's Hospital. Oxfam has set up rural community health financing schemes to bring access to health care to 50,000 vulnerable people. Photo: David Levine

From our staff

Tatia Vashakidze, Gender Policy programme manager

 Oxfam in Georgia continuously strives to make the biggest possible impact on poverty with the resources we have and help women play an active role in their communities and country as a whole. The most rewarding part of my job is to see how the work we do changes the minds and lives of women and girls across Georgia.

Full details of what Oxfam is doing in Georgia (PDF, 4.6MB)

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