Supporting the Livelihoods of Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia: A Review of Current Practices and Lessons Learned

This report aims to contribute to the development of an IDP livelihood strategy and to more comprehensive investments in economic opportunities for IDPs. The report identifies six major challenges, each of which impede the ability of IDPs to secure sustainable livelihoods: 1) lack of access to land; 2) lack of access to financial services; 3) weak social capital; 4) lack of skills and education; 5) psychosocial issues; and 6) extreme vulnerability.

The report analyzes current projects that seek to overcome those challenges and build economic opportunities for the displaced.

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