American Government to Transfer $54 million For Georgian Schools

The United States Government will transfer $54 million for Georgian schools. Rehabilitated schools will give students the opportunity to gain an education in a pleasant environment.

“It is no secret that many schools in Georgia, especially in the regions, could use some help. T

hat’s why the U.S. government is investing $54 million to renovate schools across Georgia.

The work has begun with 30 schools in Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida Kartli, Samtskhe-Javakheti, and will eventually include 100 schools across the country.

Many thanks to our partners Millennium Challenge Account-Georgia and Georgia’s Ministry of Education for making this happen!” the US Embassy in Tbilisi stated.

According to the official page of the US Embassy rehabilitation work has already begun in 30 schools in the Samtskhe-Javakheti, Mtskheta-Tianeti and Shida Kartli regions.

Around 100 schools will eventually be rehabilitated.

The US Government has already transferred $12 million for professional development in July.

The embassy was opened in 1992 and this diplomatic friendship has lasted 23 years. 

Nina Ioseliani

18 December 2015 17:25