2011-12-28Workers Expelled from Ivanishvili’s Hospital
2011-11-15Government Offers Unequal Conditions to Retired People
The government of Georgia announced a new social initiative: retired people over 67 will receive 140 GEL as a pension from September of 2012 including 15-GEL insurance packet. The initiative was raised when the 2012 state budget was drafted and the funds necessary for the increased pensions were already reflected in it.
2011-11-07Soldiers Suffering from Radioactive Exposure Request Elementary Attention from the State
"After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Georgian military units were spontaneously deployed to the military bases abandoned by Russian soldiers in Georgian territories without having examined the bases thoroughly. Later, levels of radiation were discovered in several military units. In the 1990’s, eleven soldiers received radiation burns in one of the military units and now they are requesting attention from the government.
2011-10-28To Be Punished or Treated?
Shall we punish or treat them? – The question has been frequently asked in regard with drug-addicts in Georgia. The developed world has already realized that old methods of struggle against drug-addiction are useless and different, more liberal approach to the problem is urgently necessary.
2011-08-23Doctors VS Director
“Salary arrears; director rented out reanimobile of the hospital to his deputy’s husband who used it as a catafalque; the director instructed the personnel not to keep patients in hospital unless their conditions are not grave; deficiency of medical supply in hospital; illegal deals with insurance companies to gain main,” it is incomplete list of accusations of the doctors from Gurjaani district hospital against director Gela Orvelashvili.
2011-06-27The Only Income of a Disabled Person Might Be Sequestered
Everybody will show the house of Jumber Ashlarba in the so-called Abkhazian district in Batumi. A rusty iron gate leads us into the yard of a two-storied house. The house walls have never been painted; moreover, they had never been renovated either. A disabled person Jumber Ashlarba lives together with his family (wife and two daughters) in two rooms on the ground floor; the family copes with poverty.
2011-04-20Children Hospital #1 to be Abolished
Kurashvili Children Hospital # 1 is ready for the upcoming reconstruction activities. The first floor has been emptied from the medical equipment. The door has been removed.
2011-04-13Victim of Social Injustice
2011-04-08Why Dolphins Die?
About one hundred dolphins have been rejected by the Black Sea on the Batumi coast for the last three years. The last rejected dolphin was observed several days ago. The reason of the mortality among dolphins is acute virus which proves the pollution of the Black Sea as the specialists claim.
2011-03-04Socially Vulnerable Citizens Waiting for Insurance Policy Financing for 6 Months
Citizens below poverty line are requesting the changing of the #218 decree of government. Several socially vulnerable families addressed the Human Rights Center in Adjara. They are displeased with the waiting period for insurance service.
2011-03-04Viktor Dolidze – Mortality Rate of Children under 5 is the Highest in Georgia among European Countries
2011-02-09Minor Preference for Pharmacies
2011-01-26According to Iva Kuzanov, the Reason of Patient’s Leg Amputation was not the Surgery Conducted by him
2011-01-20Statement of NGOs Regarding the Unfair and Unethical Decree of the Health Ministry
All states are obliged to create and develop the health system oriented on quality, availability, and equality.
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