The Needs Assessment of the Population Residing Along the Administrative Boundary Lines in Georgia

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The Needs Assessment of the Population Residing Along the Administrative Boundary Lines in Georgia

In Georgia, communities living adjacent to the Administrative Boundary Lines (ABLs) experience significant social, economic, and security hardships daily.

In 2019, to support efforts to help these communities deal with the persistent challenges, UN Women commissioned Caucasus Research Resource Centers Georgia (CRRC Georgia) to conduct a study on “The Needs Assessment of the Population Residing Along the Administrative Boundary Lines in Georgia” providing comprehensive data collected in 112 villages adjacent to the ABLs.

The publication was prepared by the CRRC Georgia within the framework of the UN Women project “Strengthening Women’s Meaningful Participation in Peacebuilding and Gender Mainstreaming in the Security Sector in Georgia” generously funded by the UK Conflict, Stability and Security Fund.

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Bibliographic information

Subject areas: Peace and security
Resource type(s): Assessments
UN Women office publishing: Georgia Country Office
Publication year
2021
Number of pages
56
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