Project Name: Gender-responsive pedagogy for equal education opportunities.
Project budget: 306,930.10 GEL
Implementation period: January 29, 2022-January 29, 2023
Donor: European Union, UNFPA, UN WOMEN
Location: Tbilisi, Guria, Imereti
Status: ongoing


The project goal: To support the gender-equality in the education system of Georgia by using a holistic
approach targeting every stage of the system.
Project objectives:
»To foster gender-responsive instruction and reduce the reproduction of stereotypes and prejudices in school education;
» To promote gender-responsive education while advocating education policy and system;
» To promote the incorporation of gender-sensitive teaching in teacher education programs in higher educational institutions of Georgia;
» To encourage teachers and school communities to take the lead in wide discussions and experience sharing about the gender-responsive education policy;
» To facilitate the integration process of Ukrainian students into the new school environment while engaging them and their Georgian peers in multiculturalism training;

As a result of the project implementation, the following results will be achieved:
» 100 School principals are trained in the creation of gender-balanced school environments and gender-sensitive instruction;
» Not less than 1500 teachers possess the necessary knowledge to lead pedagogical practices that are free of discrimination and prejudices and promote gender equality while transforming existing gaps in the textbooks into positive pedagogical practices;
» The teachers' professional development and university programs incorporate gender-sensitive
pedagogy component as a necessary competence for current and future teachers;
» Not less than 20 authors and representatives of publishing houses are eager to integrate gender
equality into the textbooks while translating their knowledge into approaches that discourage
stereotypes and promote gender equality;
» Education society is engaged in dialogue about gender-responsive pedagogy and promotes it
using diverse media channels for communication;
» 200 refugee students from Ukraine and 200 of their Georgian peers have better developed
multicultural competencies and understanding the worth of gender equality in various cultural settings.