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Strengthening of public administration capacity in Georgia in the field of preparation of the instruments supporting operational programs within the National Strategy of Regional Development 2010-2017 – continuation

The Polish Ministry of Regional Development (MRD) actively supports the operations of its Georgian counterpart – the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure in the creation and implementation of Georgia’s National Regional Development Strategy for 2010-2017. The Polish side also supports activities to raise Georgia’s administrative potential in relation to its regional development policy at the national, regional and local level. The project was a continuation of the activities of the MRD in the years 2009-2012 and was aimed at strengthening the institutional capacity of public administration in the creation of instruments of support for operational programmes within Georgia’s National Regional Development Strategy for 2010-2017.

Strengthening of public administration capacity in Georgia in the field of preparation of the instruments supporting operational programs within the National Strategy of Regional Development 2010-2017 – continuation

The project was implemented from 1 May to 31 December 2013. The implementing institution was the Ministry of Regional Development, and the local partner was the Georgian Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure. The project objective was to improve the efficiency of preparation of operational programmes in Georgian public administration and the creation of support instruments in the selected areas included in the priorities of Georgia’s National Regional Development Strategy.

In the course of the project, 31 public administration officials (from central and local administration) underwent training, which was followed by recommendations for the suggested directions of planned reform and particularly for decentralisation. Training materials were prepared on the subject of preparation of local-government reform and instruments for market and enterprise support. Materials and documents were provided on the methodology of monitoring the labour market, the preparation of Georgia’s public administration for local-government reform and the organisation of a system of training for local authorities in the context of the planned local-government reform. These actions led to the improvement of the skills and expertise of Georgia’s public administration officials in relation to the preparation and implementation of regional development instruments intended to support the development of human resources and enterprise.