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During the #COVID19 outbreak the volunteers of the #GRCS Batumi branch continue to distribute parcels of basic necessities to the ...

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The volunteer of the Georgia Red Cross Society, lali Zaridze: Recently our daily life has changed, we as the volunteers of...

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The volunteer of the Georgia Red Cross Society, Tamar Shalvashvili: The best trait a person should have is kindness. I...

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During the #COVID19 outbreak the volunteers of the #GRCS Batumi branch distributed parcels of basic necessities to the vulnerabl...

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The members of the home care team of the Georgia Red Cross Society Samtredia, Batumi and Zugdidi branches delivered food and hyg...

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The volunteer of the Georgia Red Cross Society Chokhatauri branch, Nino Makharadze: I have been a volunteer of the Georgia ...

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With the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Government of the United Kingdom, the Georgia Red Cros...

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Today the Ambassador of Austria to Georgia, Mr. Thomas Mühlmann visited the headquarter of the Georgia Red Cross Society. T...

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The staff member of the Georgia Red Cross Society Batumi branch, Giorgi Bolkvadze: We visited 76-year-old Emine Beridze in ...

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Ana Baghuashvili, the volunteer of the Georgia Red Cross Society Batumi branch: Red, Red T-shirt and the Red Cross! I am t...

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With the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Government of the United Kingdom, the Georgia Red Cross Society actively continues to support the older people and volunteers in terms of both, safety information dissemination and the development of home care services.
The program aims to support home care services for people affected by COVID-19 in the country, which includes more than 4,000 older people in Tbilisi and 29 municipalities who live alone, have a chronic disease or are in need of additional services and self-isolation.
Promoting the introduction of home care services is a part of a wider program of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) initiative to support public administration reform in Georgia with financial assistance from the United Kingdom.