NGO Database

List of organizations

Anti-Violence Network of Georgia

Description: The mission and strategy of AVNG is based on the following premises:

- Nobody can stay insensitive to the problem of domestic violence.

- There is no such problem, which cannot be solved through united efforts.

- Our activities shall contribute to establishment of the environment, which shall be free from violence.

- With our activities we create mechanisms of continuous response to cases of domestic violence.

- Our activities contribute to enhancing mechanisms of rendering of assistance to the victims of violence.

- Capacity building of the organization, professionalism of our staff and cooperation with other organizations is the precondition of our success.

 

Services provided:

- Legal consultations

- Psychological support (individual consultations, group therapy, training in social skills)

- Social work

- Shelter service

- Hotline

 

Contact information:

Address: #9 Zurab Chavchavadze street, Tbilisi

Website: avng.ge

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AVNG1/

Email: antiviolence@avng.ge

Phone number: +995 / 32 2950679

Hotline number: +995 / 32 2726717

Article 42 of the Constitution

Description: Article 42 of the Constitution is a non-governmental, non-political, human rights advocacy organization founded on September 12, 1997. The members of the organization are professional lawyers providing free of charge legal assistance to the victims of human rights abuses in local and international courts and other state agencies.

 

Services provided:

- Free Legal Services

- Consulting Human Rights Violations

- Research

 

Contact information:

Address: #11a Qantaria Str., Tbilisi

Website: article42.ge

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/article42/

Email: office@article42.ge

Phone number: +995 / 032 299 88 56

Association ATINATI

Description: ATINATI's mission is to promote the establishment of an educated, tolerant and free society. To accomplish its mission, ATINATI raises information awareness of the citizens in Western Georgia and implements projects that aim to strengthen citizen rights and involvement. ATINATI works with IDPs, victims of violence (mainly women and children) and migrants. Victims of violence are provided with psychological and legal consultation as well as medical help. ATINATI also works with the perpetrator and spreads information about violence and its prevention. The organization is also dedicated to protecting Georgian Migrants' Rights.

 

Services provided:

- Youth work & Education

- Psychological counseling

- Social Work

- Medical consultations

- Legal support

 

Contact information:

Address: #94 Rustaveli str, Zugdidi

Website: www.atinati.org/?lang=en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/atinati.ge/

Email: office@atinati.org

Phone number: +995 / 415 25 00 56

Association HERA XXI

Description: Association Hera XXI works in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights, ensures accessibility of information and services regarding SRHR. Research monitoring advocacy and awareness raising activities are used as main instruments to subsist the implementation of programs. It promotes development of volunteers, youth activists, young leaders and ensure their involvement in the different type of activities and campaigns planned by the organization.

Hera promotes formal and informal education on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, provides access to High quality sexual and reproductive health services and modern technologies.

 

Services provided:

- Youth work

- Education

- Reproductologist consultations

- Online counseling of a doctor-reproductologist

- Legal counseling

- Development of community groups

- Advocacy

 

Contact information:

Address: #2 Gamsakhurdia Ave, Tbilisi

Website: hera-youth.ge/en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AssociationHeraXXI

Email: assocaitionhera@gmail.com

Phone number: +995 / 32 2 14 28 53

Cultural-Humanitarian Fund "Sukhumi"

Description: We are a group of women - internally displaced people (IDPs) who come together to establish a women’s non-governmental organisation in Kutaisi, Western Georgia in October 1997. Our organisational mission is development of women’s activity through educational, legal, economic, social, cultural activities to increase women’s role in building a democratic society in Georgia, in the peaceful resolution of the conflict in Abkhazia, and achieving economic independence. The main directions of our organisation's activity are: women and gender equality; women and peacebuilding; women and non-violent society; work with youth.

 

Services provided:

- Civil Education

- Research

- Information and Public awareness

- Advocacy

- Legal support

 

Contact information:

Address: #6, Mgaloblishvili st, Kutaisi

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fsokhumi

Email: womansukhumi@gmail.com

Phone number: +995 / 431 27 29 02

Democrat Women's Organization of Samtskhe-Javakheti

Description: Runs a gynaecology clinic that offers free consultations with a gynecologist, as well as therapy and legal advice. The organisation works with women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights, gender-based violence and women's political participation and runs a small shelter for victims of domestic violence. Democrat Women also creates meeting places where Georgian and Armenian women can meet and work together on political issues.

 

Services provided:

- Education

- Awareness

- Gynecological consultation

- Psychological services

- Legal Consultations

 

Contact information:

Address: Akhaltsikhe

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dwo.samtskhejavakheti.3

Email: marinamodebadze@rambler.ru

Equality Movement

Description: We aspire to live in a society in which people’s gender identity or sexual orientation is not a cause for exhibiting violence or other forms of aggression, and where women and the LGBTQ community are equal members of the society. In order to bring this vision to life, our mission is to support women and the LGBTQ community to ensure their proper integration in the society, and, at the same time, to facilitate the eradication of sexism and homophobia in the society. Thus, the organization provides the social and legal services based on the needs of the beneficiaries, works towards mobilising the community and conducts interventions of policy advocacy and changing the social awareness.

 

Services provided:

- Psychological counseling

- Social Work

- Medical consultations

- Legal support

- HIV testing

- Community work

 

Contact information:

Address: #59a Vasil Barnovi St, Tbilisi

Website: equality.ge/en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/equalitymovementgeorgia/

Email: info@equality.ge

Phone number: +995 790 980 680

Sakhli - Advice Center for Women

Description: Sakhli specialises in supporting victims of domestic violence (DV) and was the first organization in Georgia to solely focus on this issue.

Sakhli has multidisciplinary team which includes social workers, lawyers, psychologists, psychiatrists, family doctors and pediatricians. Our mandate is to help victims of DV with any problem they may face.

Our goals are:

- To support victims of domestic violence by providing them with services.

- To raise awareness and increase public understanding about the issue of domestic violence.

- To promote relevant legislative reforms on the issue of domestic violence.

- To create a network to protect the interests of domestic violence victims.

 

Services provided:

- Psychological support and rehabilitation

- Social consultation

- Legal advice

- Medical services and mental health support

 

Contact information:

Address: #3 Ghambashidze str., Tbilisi

Website: www.sakhli.org/home

Email: sakhli13@hotmail.com

Phone number: +995 / 32 2 98 90 80

Hot-line: +995 / 595 23 21 02

Union Sapari

Description: Union “Sapari” was established as a rehabilitation center for victims of domestic violence and provided medical and psychosocial help. Activities of “Sapari” cover not only assistance to victims of violence, but also training of social workers and police officers, awareness raise in society and improvement of the Georgian legislation, in order to eradicate violence and support gender equality.

Currently it works on all types of Women’s rights issues. Safari is involved in legislative, advocacy and lobbying activities as well. The organization works not only against violence on women in general and discrimination but also supports the strengthening of women’s political participation.

 

Services provided:

- Advocacy and awareness raising

- Research

- Legal consultations

- Social work

- Psychological services

- Training

 

Contact information:

Address: #11A Gakhokidze str., Tbilisi

Website: sapari.ge/en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unionsapari/

Email: unionsapari@gmail.com

Phone number: +995 / 322 30 76 03

WISG - Women's Initiatives Supporting Group

Description: The "Women's Initiatives Supporting Group (WISG)" is a feminist organization working on women's issues. The main goal of the organization is supporting the formation of a harmonious society based on principles of social justice by empowering women, which shall ensure full involvement and equal participation in social, political, cultural and economic life for all women.

The organization's special target group includes lesbian and bisexual women, transgender persons, women representing ethnic and religious minorities, living in rural areas, with disabilities and representing other vulnerable and marginalized groups.

 

Services provided:

- Sexology consultation

- Psychological consultations

- Legal consultations

- Social work

- Education

- Hotline consultations

 

Contact information:

Address: #29 Pekini avenue, Tbilisi,

Website: women.ge/en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WISG.org/

Email: info@women.ge

Phone number: +995 / 32 237 14 15

Hot Line: +995 / 595 19 03 03

Women's Fund in Georgia

Description: Strengthening women in Georgia for the implementation of their rights, their full participation in social life and self-realization, through financial and technical support, developing skills and forming feminist philanthropy.

Women's Fund in Georgia directs its resources towards the empower­ment of women’s organizations, initiative groups and activists in order to better sustain their initiatives and activities for developing effective strategies that can counter patriarchal system of power relations.

 

Services provided:

- Grantmaking

- Capacity building

- Philanthropy

- Education

- Scholarship

 

Contact information:

Address: #8 Sergo Zakariadze Str., Tbilisi

Website: www.womenfundgeorgia.org/en/Main

Facebook: www.facebook.com/womenfundgeorgia

Email: info@womenfundgeorgia.org

Phone number: +995 / 322 399998

Women's Information –°enter

Description: Empowering women, protecting women's rights, informing society for achieving gender equality and supporting democratic process.

Women’s Information Center keeps particular focus on the process of elaboration, lobbying and implementation of governmental action plans; participates in drafting a new law and making amendments to the existing draft law that regulates gender equality. WIC strives for making its own contribution to the formation of civil society and government and pro-actively co-operates with the existing institutional mechanisms.

 

Services provided:

- Consultations to the women’s initiatives and NGOs

- Training & Education

- Research and publishing

- Networking

 

Contact information:

Address: #40 Tsinamdzgvrishvili Street, Tbilisi

Website: www.ginsc.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/WICgeorgia/

Email: office@ginsc.net

Phone number: +995 / 322 952934