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Improving the Logistics System of the National Center for Disease Control
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 15:12    PDF Print E-mail

The National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) is a legal entity of public law operating under the umbrella of the Ministry of Labor, Health, and Social Affairs of Georgia. It is the leading player in the prevention of diseases, and preparation for and response to threats to public health.  HICD PLUS is helping NCDC to improve its logistics system by providing recommendations, developing documentation, and training staff to ensure they can plan, manage, and administer the logistics system. The aim of the program is to provide technical support to fortify logistic capacity in order enable NCDC better fulfill its comprehensive obligations.

HICD PLUS Helped the Ministry of Finance to Improve its Fiscal Forecasting Abilities
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 07:48    PDF Print E-mail

During July-August 2014, HICD PLUS helped the Ministry of Finance to advance its calculation methodologies for a variety of indicators such as: forecasting inflation; GDP growth rate; export and import equation and so on.

The MOF is a Governmental agency responsible for regulation of financial sector in Georgia and tax forecasting is one of its primary functions. The Ministry was striving to improve its fiscal and monetary prognosis techniques. To address this constraint, HICD PLUS provided a highly experienced advisor Professor Mokhtari (PhD),

HICD PLUS supported Georgian Logistics Association with its national promotional campaign
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 13:09    PDF Print E-mail

The Georgian Logistics Association (GLA) represents companies, organizations, and individuals actively involved in the business of logistics, transportation, and supply chain management. The GLA is also the authorized Georgian representative of the Supply Chain Council (SCC), which is a global NGO whose framework, improvement methodology, training, certification, and benchmarking tools help member organizations improve supply chain performance.



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