Capital: Tbilisi
Population: 3.708.610
Official language: Georgian
Area: 69.700 km2

Georgia is situated at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. It is largely surrounded by the Greater Caucasus and Lesser Caucasus mountains, which form part of a natural boundary between Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Georgia is bounded by Azerbaijan to the southeast, to the south by Armenia and Turkey, to the north and northeast by Russia, and to the west by the Black Sea.

Georgian biosphere is one of the ecologically diverse on earth, as it has almost every type of climate, from subtropical and alpine to semi-desert. The land is conducive to agriculture, with about 50 different types of soil, and a wide variety of species can be found all over the country.

Tourism in Georgia is one of the fastest growing sectors of the local economy, which has high potential for further development. Georgia preserves a rich collection of fascinating and diverse architectural monuments. It is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

German Sparkassenstiftung opened its office in Georgia in 2002. Since then, we have successfully implemented projects financed by BMZ, GIZ, KfW, and other donors.

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Meet the team

Salome Moistsrapishvili
Country Director

Nino Natsvlishvili
Project Coordinator

Malkhaz Zhorzholadze

Ilia Gogitauri
Banking Expert

Lika Goderdzishvili
Project Assistant

Thea Baziari
Training Expert

Ana Chitaishvili
Project Assistant

German Sparkassenstiftung for International Cooperation
Regional Office Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Ilia Chavchavadze Avenue 47a
0179 Tbilisi, Georgia

Phone: +995 32 2224272

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