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Strengthening Human and Institutional Capacity in Georgia

The USAID Human and Institutional Capacity Development PLUS project developed individual skills and strengthened the institutional capacity of select entities that play a strategic role in implementation of the government of Georgia’s reform program.

​The Human and Institutional Capacity Development PLUS project (HICD PLUS) assisted USAID Georgia’s mission to deliver demonstrable, evidence-based improvement of the institutional capacity of select partner institutions, leading to increased levels of efficient and sustainable performance. 

The project developed a comprehensive package of capacity building services, including ongoing expert consultation, organizational development, performance assessments, implementation of performance solutions packages and continuous monitoring systems.
 

HICD PLUS Finance, Procurement and Grants Director Dea Pagava discusses a procurement with potential Georgian service providers. The project is developing the capacity of 28 local organizations to deliver services to Georgian institutions.

The project also delivered technical assistance and sector assessments of partner organizations and provides a complete range of participant processing services to other USAID programs in Georgia. In 2013, HICD PLUS will hosted the ISPI Conference for the Europe, Middle East and Asia (EMEA) region in Tbilisi, Georgia.
 
Overall, the project supported Georgia and its continued work toward fast-paced reforms, government transparency, health care access, education improvement, poverty alleviation, and judicial independence.
 
Project Results:
  • Helped 29 Georgian partner organizations achieve performance and organizational development goals
  • Mentored and strengthened capacity of 32 Georgian service providers as part of the USAID Forward focus on country-owned models of inclusive development
  • Facilitated travel of 164 exchange visitors to United States
 
Project Links:

Final Report

Project duration: 2011 - 2015

 

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