Promoting Civil Society Monitoring of Secondary Healthcare - საერთაშორისო გამჭვირვალობა - საქართველო
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Promoting Civil Society Monitoring of Secondary Healthcare

During October 2007 - May 2008, Transparency International Georgia implemented the project Promoting Civil Society Monitoring of Secondary Healthcare Reform with funding from the Eurasia Partnership Foundation. The proposal was designed to follow on the heels of the government’s initiation of hospital sector privatization and had two main objectives: promote the effectiveness of the healthcare system in Georgia and improve the capacity of civil society to monitorthereformofsecondaryhealthcareinGeorgia. Through the project, TI Georgia reviewed and monitored the implementation of select privatization agreements, trained journalists about the intricacies of secondary healthcare reform throughout the country, and provided recommendations to the Ministry of Reform Coordination and the Ministry of Economic Development, the two ministries responsible for secondary healthcare reform implementation.

Amount: 13713 USD
Duration: 30 September, 2007 - 30 May, 2008