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77-year-old Natela Jachvadze will Receive Social Assistance as a result of Advocation by Civic Activism Center

06.05.2011
As a result of advocation by Civic Activism Center, the social assistance has been appointed to 77-year-old Natela Jachvadze. The Gurjaani Department of Social Service Agency stated the corresponding to Kakheti Information Center. All three members of family Natela Jachvadze, her child and grandchildren will receive the assistance.

Approximately two months ago, 77-year-old Natela Jachvadze discovered that she is a student and works in the forest agency as a lawyer. The social assistance wasceased due to this information. For seven months Natela Jachvadze from the village Vejini of Gurjaani region addressed different state services requesting the renewal of the social assistance. However, with no result.

77-year-old Natela Jachvadze addressed the Civil Activism Center. As a result of its advocation, the family was double-checked and received 51 600 score. Natela Jachvadze, her unemployed son and a little grandchild will receive social assistance starting from June.

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