Fueled by bravery and determination, Cultural-Humanitarian Fund “Sukhumi” works to ensure that women and youth are strong and sustainable actors for a democratic future in Georgia. Established and led by a community of internally displaced women, Fund “Sukhumi” was created in 1997 after the Georgian population had to flee Abkhazia. Since then, they have continued to gain new momentum, expanding their geographic focus to include five regions across Western Georgia. Today the fund advances its vision of a non-violent, peaceful, and equal society through a series of interconnected focus areas: building the power of internally displaced women; advancing women’s political participation; combating violence against women; empowering women economically; strengthening gender policies at the local level, and equipping young people with skills and knowledge.
- SHORT FILM: One Ordinary Day
- VIDEO: Social ad against gender-based violence
- PUBLICATION: Monitoring of Services for the Victims – Support Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Existing Challenges
- PUBLICATION: Impact of COVID-19 on Domestic Violence, Situation of Women Victims, and the Access to the Support Services