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Young Seedlings of Georgia's Agriculture

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Georgia's ambitious youth don't necessarily want to stay in their ancestral villages. What kind of future can they have in farming activities on tiny plots of land, with no guaranteed access to markets, no insurance...
A Song About Seven Phoka Sisters

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The tiny Georgian nunnery in Phoka is a powerful engine of social economic development for the nearby Armenian community and the entire region. Led by the charismatic and immensely creative Mother Elizabeth, the sisters are...

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