The “Incunabula” Project implemented by the Parliamentary Interns

22 Jan 2020
The “Incunabula” Project implemented by the Parliamentary Interns

The Interns, within their 6-month internship program, developed the social project “Incunabula” aiming at facilitation of complete education for the rural public schools and provision of modern literature and computer equipment.

The project complies with one of 10 main challenges of the Parliamentary autumn session – Rights of the Children – introduced by the Speaker, Archil Talakvadze in September 2019.

On January 22, the interns backed by the Training Center and National Library, and the Director of the Library, Giorgi Kekelidze delivered up to 500 books, 2 printers and 2 PCs to the libraries of the schools of the villages Shashvebi and Arbo along with the occupation line in Gori municipality.

The project has been supported by the Parliament and will further cover public schools in various regions of the country.

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  • The “Incunabula” Project implemented by the Parliamentary Interns, January 22, 2020
  • The “Incunabula” Project implemented by the Parliamentary Interns, January 22, 2020
  • The “Incunabula” Project implemented by the Parliamentary Interns, January 22, 2020
  • The “Incunabula” Project implemented by the Parliamentary Interns, January 22, 2020