COBERM is a grant programme funded by the European Union and implemented by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) that supports initiatives of local Civil Society...
COBERM is a grant programme funded by the European Union and implemented by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) that supports initiatives of local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in a wide range of areas and activities, including support to improving the lives of people and living conditions of local communities affected by conflict.
On 1 April 2015, the non-governmental organization “Elva Community Engagement” launched a new virtual communication space for the youth in South Caucasus.
During 4-5 November 2014, COBERM provided project partners with another opportunity to improve organizational capacity and efficiency in project management and implementation.
The programme seeks innovative and realistic ideas from civil society. Behind every initiative stand people who benefit one way or another. COBERM builds new ways to stronger...
The media camp in Turkey in September 2013 brought together Georgian, South Ossetian and Abkhaz young journalists. For many of them the course was the turning point to change their perceptions about each other.
An eight-month old child spent two weeks in the Sukhumi hospital after being diagnosed with a serious liver disease. His condition remained critical despite the efforts of the Abkhaz doctors. The child’s parents were losing hopes for his recovery.
Art makes people speak a common language