A training on team building and gender equality & mainstreaming was held on June 25-27, 2021 organised by Save the Children in Georgia as part of the “Skills for Success” project funded by the European Union. The event aimed to boost team performance and improve collaboration and creativity process within the team along with informing project partners about the importance of gender equality and gender mainstreaming, as well as to introduce practical tools to be able to integrate gender issues in their programs and policy documents.
The event was organised within the scope of “Skills for Jobs” Programme, funded by the European Union and implemented by Save the Children International, LEPL Youth Agency, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Georgian Youth Workers Association.
The three-years project is in four regions of Georgia: Kakheti, Shida Kartli, Guria and Racha Lechkhumi &Kvemo Svaneti. The Project aims to develop entrepreneurial skills among NEET (Not in Education, Employment, or Training) Youth in target regions, increase their participation in decision making, institutionalize Youth Work as a profession, recruit youth workers, provide access to non-formal education opportunities and increase youth employability skills and elaborate the National Strategy of Youth Entrepreneurial Education and Employability.
As a result of the project, employability and entrepreneurship skills potential among NEET Youth will be increased through non-formal education and international best practices.