The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) announced on January 12 that the Government of Georgia, with the support of UNICEF, will provide one-time financial aid to vulnerable Ukrainian families with children.
UNICEF reported that families that arrived in Georgia after 1 February 2022 will receive GEL 470 per child.
To receive financial aid the parent/legal representative of the Ukrainian children should apply to the Social Service Agency’s territorial and regional offices by 1 March 2023 and provide with his/her own passport and child’s passport/birth certificate.
- Below is the link to territorial and regional offices of the Social Service Agency: https://uni.cf/3IMSA0h
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