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The majority of PMC Research Center's funding comes from international organizations, and in order to be accountable and transparent, PMC Research Center makes information about its projects and funding levels available.

Project Origin of Funding Duration Amount
Fostering Private Sector Engagement USAID 2023-2024 267,001.21 GEL
Sectoral Analysis of the Retail Industry Retail Association 2023 20,500 GEL
Preparing the “Improving Learning Outcomes in the Secondary Education Sector Development Program” ADB 2023-2024 122, 910 USD
Georgian-Swiss Intellectual Property Project (GESIP) Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) 2022-2025 112,000 CHF
Study and Analysis of Nursing and Midwifery Skills Ecosystem in Georgia USAID 2023 16,535 USD
Final survey for Private Sector Development and Technical Vocational Education and Training South Caucasus (PSD TVET SC) Programme GIZ 2023 16,900 GEL
Verifying the Outcomes of the “Clusters4Development: Better Business Sophistication in Georgia” Project Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) 2023 19,000 GEL
Advancing Performance Management in the Civil Service through Analysis of Labor Contract Modalities United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 2023 11,745 USD
Assessment of Asylum Seeker, Refugee and Humanitarian Status Holder Youth in Georgia United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) 2022-2023 36,750 GEL
Capacity Development Activity for the Parliament Research Center Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs 2022-2023 67,800 GEL
Assessment of non-timber forest product (NTFP) value chains in Georgia GIZ 2022-2023 33,850 GEL
Mixed-method Evaluation of US Embassy Foreign Assistance Programs – ACCESS and TVET United States Department of State (DOS) 2022-2024 USD 150,000
Black Sea Ports Amid the Russia-Ukraine War Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) 2022 $22,660.00
Study of the Needs of Ukrainian Refugees in Georgia Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) 2022 $25,275.00
Assessing the Expected Effects of the Planned Change of the Government of Georgia’s Ordinance "On the List of Industries with Specific Operating Conditions Business Association of Georgia (BAG) 2022 GEL 22,500