Georgia: First Series of Interactive Workshops in Ajara

In the framework of German-Georgian Financial Cooperation with financial support from the European Union, the MACS-led consortium with GITEC-IGIP, IRC-WASH and Black Sea Eco Academy has started the implementation of the Rural Water Supply and Wastewater Programme – Ajara in Georgia.

The team completed the first series of interactive workshops with representatives of all Ajaran rural municipalities. The objective of the workshops was to introduce the program, measures foreseen, benefits and responsibilities to potential village user groups. In different working groups, program-related themes were extensively discussed. The workshops were well received and confirmed the need for and interest in the program, with over one hundred representatives having participated in 5 workshops in each municipality.