In November 2020, FES Georgia began implementing its new project, “ESCape- Employment, Support, Counselling to Meet Labour Market Needs”. The aim of the project is to foster employability and employment in Tbilisi and the six selected regions of Adjara, Imereti, Kakheti, Kvemo-Kartli, Samegrelo and Shida-Kartli. In order to achieve this goal, the ESCape project entails improving the quality of employment services for jobseekers through the exchange of international experiences and institutional capacities. In parallel, the project will increase the employability of the unemployed, especially disadvantaged groups through providing them with the necessary skills and competences through the development of a new model of intensive coaching and mentoring.
The ESCape project is made possible through the financial support of the EU Skills4Jobs program. The project will be managed by a consortium, led by The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and its 3 project partners, the State Employment Support Agency (SESA), the Democracy Development Agency (DDA), and the Education Development and Employment Center (EDEC).
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