Program activities are usually intended for members of any community organization or initiative group operating in Georgia; however, depending on the specifics of certain projects, Program also holds closed types of trainings, seminars, information meetings, or masterclasses. Topics of those activities are diverse and adapted to the needs of community members; quite often, activities are focused on project writing and management, strategic planning, community work, resource mobilization, volunteer management, and so on.
One of the important directions of the program, which serves for the development of community organizations and initiative groups, is related to providing educational support and guidance and ensuring access to different types of services. The long-term work of the program has shown that locally available, constantly updated intellectual resources are an important basis for the community development process. The long-term experience of the program proves that locally available, constantly updated intellectual resources are fundamental for the community development process.
To ensure educational support for regions, the Program is regularly organizing various trainings, workshops, information, and working meetings; training topics are diverse and align with financial and organizational support activities of the Program. Therefore, the educational activities are based on the real needs of community organizations and groups, which highlights our unique approach: allowing new, beginner groups to put the theory into practice.