Georgia will receive € 35 million from France in support of social welfare reforms

Today, the Minister of Finance, Ivan Matchavariani, the Ambassador of France in Georgia, Diego Colas and the Head of the South Caucasus Regional Office of the French
Development Agency, Gaelle Assayag, signed the agreement between Georgia and the French Development Agency (AFD), under which Georgia will receive € 35 million in support of planned social welfare reforms.

The French Development Agency is working with Georgia on a 3-year (2018-2020) program in the social field, which includes the following areas: Development of a social support and solidarity system, including adequate services for people with disabilities, provision of affordable and quality health care; Optimization of resources allocated to IDPs, which involves closing down an emergency building, appropriate accommodation of the family in need and implementing other important activities.

Under the program, the first tranche of € 35 million was already transferred to the state budget earlier this year.


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