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CIF – the Second Call for Proposals

The Second Call for proposals of a Competitive Innovation Fund (CIF) created in frames of a program – “Georgia I2Q – Innovation, Inclusion and Quality”, approved by Ordinance #338 of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia of March 9, 2020, is announced.

CIF – the Second Call for Proposals

Education and Science Strategy 2022-2032

Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia is developing Education and Science Strategy 2022-2032 and action plan. The support is provided by the World Bank. Highly qualified local and international experts are involved in developing the document. The experts were selected through an international tender according the WB regulations within the scope of the I2Q project.

Education and Science Strategy 2022-2032

About The Project

Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project

Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project supports the Government of Georgia’s initiative to facilitate innovation, equity and enhance the quality of education throughout the system.

The Project implementing partners are the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia (MESCS) and the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia (MDF).

Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project

Project Components

Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project consists of 5 components. The project implementation is planned in 2020-2025.

Project Components

For Better Education

Facilitate Innovation, Equity and Enhance the Quality of Education

Improving Quality of and Access to Early Childhood Education (ECE)

Improving Quality of and Access to Early Childhood Education (ECE)

Provide support to facilitate expanded access to quality pre-school education in selected pre-schools.

Fostering Quality Teaching and Learning in General Education

Fostering Quality Teaching and Learning in General Education

Provide a learning environment that is conducive to quality education in selected general education schools

Strengthening Financing Options and Promoting Internationalization in HE

Strengthening Financing Options and Promoting Internationalization in HE

Improve the quality and international competitiveness of higher education.

System Strengthening and Stakeholder Communication

System Strengthening and Stakeholder Communication

Facilitate a shift in attitude toward learning in Georgia to one that is more pro-active, student-centered, innovative, and evidence based

What's New

News

Call for Applications for the Second International Excellence School

Call for Applications for the Second International Excellence School

To strengthen the internalization of HE education in Georgia, Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University and

IBF International Presented the Achievements in General Education Development at the Bi-annual Conference

IBF International Presented the Achievements in General Education Development at the Bi-annual Conference

With the financial support of the World Bank, within the scope of the I2Q Project,

Professional Development Training ECE for Administrative Personnel in Lanchkhuti, Vani, and Zugdidi Municipalities is Completed

Professional Development Training ECE for Administrative Personnel in Lanchkhuti, Vani, and Zugdidi Municipalities is Completed

With the support of the World Bank, under the I2Q Project, SDSU continues active work

IBF International Experts Visited the Pilot Schools

IBF International Experts Visited the Pilot Schools

IBF Intrenational experts with the leadership of the team leader John Henly visited schools involved

Continuous Formative Assessment of Students is being Piloted Successfully

Continuous Formative Assessment of Students is being Piloted Successfully

Within the framework of the I2Q project, along with the strengthening of the whole school,

IBF International Experts Met with the Representatives of the General Education Development Department

IBF International Experts Met with the Representatives of the General Education Development Department

The experts of the international consortium IBF International held a working meeting with the representatives

What We Do

About Us

The Project implementing partners are the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia (MESCS) and the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia (MDF).

The Legal Basis of Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project

The Legal Basis of Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project

The legal basis for implementation of I2Q Project is the Loan Agreement No 8955-GE between Georgia and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), dated, June 18, 2019.

Collaboration Between Stakeholders and Relevant Communication

Collaboration Between Stakeholders and Relevant Communication

System strengthening efforts are core to the project and include activities to promote a culture of data-driven decision making, active communication and stakeholder engagement.

Management of Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project

Management of Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project

The Project implementing partners are the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia (MESCS) and the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia (MDF), supported by the World Bank. For effective management, the project implementing partners established Project Management Unit (MPU) of MESCS and Project Management Team (PMT) of MDF.

Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project Development Objective

Innovation, Inclusion and Quality Project Development Objective

Improve access to early childhood education, enhance the quality of general and higher education and improve of learning environment.

Meet the Team

Management

Tamar Sanikidze

Tamar Sanikidze

Project Executive Director

Marine Zhvania

Marine Zhvania

Administrative Manager

Nino Begiashvili

Nino Begiashvili

Higher Education Component Lead

Maka Makhatadze

Maka Makhatadze

ICT/ Data Integration Manager

Zura Simonia

Zura Simonia

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist