EU4YOUTH projects launch in Georgia

Wednesday 5 September 2018

On September 4, three new projects were launched under the European Union’s EU4Youth initiative, that consider working with young Georgians in order to help Georgian youth - and particularly young people from a disadvantageous backgrounds - improving their employment perspectives, by fostering their entrepreneurial potential and helping them develop indispensable skills for the labour market. The projects have already started implementation in spring 2018 that gave opportunity to present project main activities, as well as some of their initial results.

Within the project EU4Youth: Better skills for a better future, Save the Children has launched a comprehensive Labour Market Assessment to identify what skills and professions are in the highest demand, what the education sector offers and how young people fit into the overall picture.