Fund "Sukhumi" is actively working to implement a gender-oriented system of early conflict prevention in different locations of Western Georgia: Kutaisi, Tskaltubo, Zugdidi, the village near the conflict line - Khurcha, Koki, Ganmukhuri, Orsantia, Shamgona, Pakhulani, Tskhoushi. A group of monitors collects weekly information in the fields. After the data systematization through analyzing the received information, conflict situations will be diagnosed and gender risks will be predicted.
Group psychological meetings were held at Women Support Centers in Khoni, Senaki, Ozurgeti, Terjola, Khurcha / Koki (Zugdidi Municipality), with 58 beneficiaries, including 17 men. Women Support Centers of Tskaltubo, Khoni and Senaki completed the work with married couples who were able to overcome a conflict situation in the family, control and cope with negative emotions.
In Kutaisi, 10 beneficiaries continue to receive psychotherapeutic consultation. There were 7 individual consultations.
Individual psychological therapy regarding the problem of one woman has ended. She is very grateful for the help and support.
Kobuleti - topic of training: "The role of medical staff in prevention of violence and protection of the victim"
“We talked about resources that doctors have to identify violence and will definitely introduce these methods into practice.”
“It was the first time they discussed the reasons of the problems, evaluated their actions, where we behave correctly, and where the behavior is wrong... This will increase the involvement of doctors in victims’ assistance.”
That is how doctors evaluate training.
This was the second training on the topic: “The role of medical staff in prevention of violence and protection of victim”, which was held in Kobuleti June 19-22.
19 persons of medical sphere from five municipalities of Imereti (Bagdati, Khoni, Vani, Terjola, Samtredia) participated in the training.
The topic of June mobilization meetings of Women Support Centers is protection of children. The meetings were held with the maximum participation of young people, teachers, parents. They talked about the International Children's Day, the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The meetings took place on the background of active discussions. The topic was interesting and relevant for participants. Beneficiaries were also provided with information on youth projects of municipalities. The needs of youth groups were identified in order to provide local governments with recommendations.