Georgia became a WHO Member State on 16 May 1992, and a liaison office was opened in Tbilisi the following year. In 2005 the liaison office became the WHO Country Office, Georgia. The Country Office plays a crucial role in administration, consolidation, management and enhancement of WHO collaboration in the country.Read more
Top storyGeorgia’s hepatitis C elimination programme setting an example in Europe
In Georgia, about 150 000 people (or 1 in 20), were affected by hepatitis C in 2015. That same year, the country became the first in the WHO European Region to set the goal of eliminating hepatitis C as a public health threat. On World Hepatitis Day 2017, on 28 July, national and international experts met in Tbilisi with representatives of WHO/Europe to assess progress and challenges of the Georgia hepatitis C elimination programme.
- WHO/Europe assists Georgia in developing sustainable financing models for people-centred TB care
- Tackling the obesity epidemic in Georgia
- WHO/Europe trains its workforce to prepare for and respond to emergencies
- Autumn School on Health Information and Evidence for Policy-making
- Biosafety Course for National Influenza Centres
WHO Country Office, Georgia
81 Barnov Street, Apt.4
Tel.: +995 32 299 8073
Fax: +995 32 299 8073
Ministry of health
Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs
144, Ak. Tsereteli Ave.
Tel.: +995 32 2510034, +995 32 2510012
Regional Committee"Leaving no one behind is our call to action"
Regional Director addresses the 67th session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe in Budapest, HungaryRead the speech in Turkmen
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