Healthcare Across Conflict Divides
COBERM supports the initiatives ensuring access to healthcare for the people in need across the dividing lines.
Seeking Ways for Peace
21 February 2014. Georgian and South Ossetian non-governmental organizations presented the results of the survey “Georgian-Ossetian Society Seeking Ways for Peace”.
Language of Art
Art makes people speak a common language, believes DVV International, because it is; the language that does not judge, but feels; the language that goes beyond boundaries.
Crossing the Bridge
“Almost twenty years passed since I last saw my cousin. The conflict in Abkhazia of the early 90s separated us. She lives in Kutaisi, I live in Tkvarcheli. Small distance, huge barriers,” says an elderly woman.
Civil Society Brings New Ideas to Confidence Building
4 July 2013 – Sixteen Abkhaz, Georgian and South Ossetian civil society organizations received funding from the Confidence Building Early Response Mechanism (COBERM), under the first call for project ideas announced in December ...
Enhancing confidence building efforts
22 March 2013 - The Government of the Netherlands, through the Dutch Stability Fund, contributed Euro 200 thousand for the implementation of a joint EU/UNDP initiative – Confidence Building Early Response Mechanism (COBERM).
Georgian and Ossetian scholars work together on Georgian-Ossetian dictionary.
Kiev, Ukraine, 2012
The summer camp in Ureki brings together Georgian and Ossetian teenagers from the Akhalgori district
Ajara, Georgia, 2012
The new irrigation system in the Marneuli district benefits Armenian, Azerbaijanian and Georgian villages
vemo Kartli, Georgia, 2012
Abkhaz, Georgian and Ossetian youth participate in a joint peace action
“Association of Georgia-Finland: Tbilisi-Helsinki and European Alliance for Georgia”, though COBERM support
Backpacking expeditions to the lake Mzi during the Summer Camp 2012
Ritsa Nature Reserve, 2012