Living in the streets has a severe impact on the lives of children. Because of the unstable lifestyle, no access to healthcare services and inadequate living conditions these children are the most vulnerable groups of society.
With what mechanisms and programs the government responds to the problems and needs of children living and working on the streets?
What changes are planned in the legislation in order to identify these children and to engage them in educational and health programs in the future?
Marie Tsereteli – Ministry of Health;
Tamar Sharashidze- – Caritas Georgia;
Tiko Meskhi – Civil Society Development Center
The discussion is held in the frames of Frontline Georgia Club’s and “Liberali”’s joint project – “discussions on the topic of children’s rights” supported by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
November 21, 2:00 pm.