Country Development and Cooperation Strategy
USAID's Country Development Cooperation Strategy for Georgia informs assistance planning, budgeting, and resource allocation for USAID's programs in Georgia. The strategy relies on thorough analysis and division of labor to set and achieve ambitious goals and objectives in close collaboration with host governments and citizens.
Building on 20 years of partnership, the U.S. Government proposes to allocate new USAID development resources over the next five years to achieve the goal: Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western-oriented transformation strengthened and sustained. To attain this goal, we will concentrate effort on the following three development objectives: (1) democratic checks and balances and accountable governance enhanced, (2) inclusive and sustainable economic growth, and (3) an increasingly stable, integrated and healthy society.
To view the full strategy document, please click here: Country Development Cooperation Strategy for Georgia, 2013-2017
To see a timeline of USAID's work in Georgia over the past 20 years, click here: 20 Years of Partnership for Progress
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