Strengthening Georgian Institutions’ Human and Organizational Capacity .

Democracy and Governance
Europe and Eurasia

Human and Institutional Capacity Development 2020 Program

Project Dates: September 2015 - November 2020

Key institutions in Georgia’s government, civil society, and private sector are closing performance gaps that have historically inhibited reform and sustainable development.


For a country to develop economically, politically, and technologically, its basic organizational and administrative systems must function smoothly. In Georgia, many public institutions still rely on counterproductive management systems and outdated work processes. The USAID Human and Institutional Capacity Development 2020 program increased the effectiveness and sustainability of Georgia’s governmental, nongovernmental, and private sectoral entities. Chemonics partnered with prime contractor Mendez England & Associates to provide organizational development expertise and advisory services to key Georgian partner organizations.

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Georgian partner organizations increased their performance

174

exchange visitors processed on behalf of 10 USAID implementing partners in Georgia

100

participants completed a 12-module "Leading through HICD" training course

Project Goals


  • Work with governmental counterparts, NGOs, civil society groups, and other partners to analyze gaps and weaknesses in them and develop performance solutions to address those weaknesses
  • Monitor performance and develop organizations’ skills and abilities to analyze their own performance