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Caritas Czech Republic

Caritas Czech Republic

Caritas Czech Republic is one of the biggest nongovernmental providers of social and health services in the Czech Republic. The main activity of CCR is provision of aid to those in need in the Czech Republic and abroad through foreign development and humanitarian aid programs. This way, CCR picks up threads of charitable activities of church, which has almost millennial tradition in the Czech country.
CCR is a member of international network Caritas Internationalis. The network is one of the biggest and strongest in the world. Caritas Internationalis offers background, experience, and potential for aid coordination.
CCR is providing its help to foreign countries through Humanitarian and Development Aid Department of the CCR Secretariat and individual archdiocesan and diocesan charities. In the development and humanitarian areas CCR is working in the field of health care, agriculture, education, environment protection, social inclusion and civil society development. CCR further cooperates with foreign and Czech nongovernmental organizations and institutions.
For more information visit http://www.charita.cz/en/
Within the EU-funded ENPARD Programme, Caritas implements the project „Promotion of Rural Development and Diversification in Khulo Municipality“. The duration of the project is May 1, 2017 – March 1, 2021 (46 months).
The overall objective of the action is to contribute to the reduction of rural poverty in Georgia. The specific objective of the action is to improve employment and living conditions in Khulo Municipality through diversification of the rural economy.
 
Expected Results:
  • A Local Action Group to be formed and made operational.
  • A local development strategy to be formulated by the LAG, based on the LEADER approach.
  • Local beneficiaries (potential sub-grantees) to improve their business management skills and strengthened visibility and sustainability of their products and services.
  • Local beneficiaries to launch rural development projects with the funding from a Rural Development Fund.