Help Save Children in Georgia

Since the breakup of the Soviet Union, Georgia has seen the collapse of basic social services, the loss of jobs, rampant corruption, ineffective government, armed conflict and displacement of citizens. As a result, children are suffering from depression, phobias, behavioral problems, learning disorders and more. Many grow up isolated from the stabilizing influence of tradition and strong communities.

The Challenges for Children in Georgia

Conflict, displacement and isolation are inflicting severe psychological wounds on children in Georgia. They desperately need your help..*

  • 4% of school-age children are out of school
  • 12 out of 1000 children die before their 5th birthday
  • 18% of children are engaged in child labor
  • 9% of people live in poverty
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Our Work for Children in Georgia

Save the Children is one of the leading nongovernmental organizations working to help the country's most vulnerable populations. Focusing on health, education and the needs of women, children and adolescents, our dynamic and innovative programs work toward sustainable results, allowing beneficiaries to independently continue their own development.

Looking forward, Save the Children plans to build on our success in Georgia by enhancing our programs in social welfare and protection, expanding our health and education programs to cover conflict zones in South Ossetia and Abkhazia and working closely with the Georgian government to help reform the country and create a viable society.    

  • Protected 1,236 children from harm
  • Supported 8 children in times of crisis

How to Help Children in Georgia

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Sponsor a Child
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Sources: * Unless otherwise noted, facts and statistics have been sourced from Save the Children’s 2017 End of Childhood Report. You can access detailed data here. Other sources as follows: Population: CIA World Factbook 2015; The World Bank, 2016; Unesco Institute for Statistics (UIS)

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