Sustainability as a priority: REAct is continuing to function in Georgia in 2023

February, 17, the coordinative meeting of national REActors and partner organizations representatives who are involved in the program was held in Tbilisi. The key point of the meeting became approving the one-year work plan, as well as getting introduced to the changes and challenges for 2023.

This year REAct in Georgia will continue to collect, and monitor cases about human rights violations and create reports based on the date. The national Team is going to initiate implementation of the drug policy advocacy plan and will try to mobilize interested partners and recourses to start the process. As a result, REAct will continue to have legal consultation service in 2023, and under the program will be conducted sensitization training for the Medical staff, based on the needs visualized in the previous reports.

«REAct is a unique system for measuring the situation of human rights in a country, that has no analogs, and the sustainability of its functioning is essential.» – said Mr. Kakha Kvashilava, REAct National Coordinator. «It continues to operate in Georgia until the end of 2023, after a short break, which is very important to note, by the support of National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, under Global fund project”.

REAct team already conducted in February one coordinative meeting, also one training on human rights violations and about the system updated – new field that was just added into the system (regarding the identification of the rights), and one training for new REActors to get accuanted with the online platform, as some organizations, changed their representatives and also for the national organizations that just started the partnership with the tool.

REAct Georgian Team hopes for the continued sustainability of the REAct system in Georgia and to have possibility to implement all the needed activities responding identified needs in country, that were not included in this year’s plan to increase the efficiency of the outcomes and actually change the human rights situation in the country.

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