Thursday, March 26, 2020

Telavi Wine Cellar contributes 300,000 GEL to StopCov Fund

26.03.2020 (Hvino News) A leading Georgian winemaker Telavi Wine Cellar announced that it has donated 300,000 GEL to StopCov Fund.

"Given the current state of affairs in the country, on behalf of each Telavi Wine Cellar employees, we would like to thank physicians, health care professionals, police crews, government agencies and all those who work against the spread of OVID-19 around the clock", - reads the company's statement. "From the very first day of the virus spread, our company has been following the recommendations of the World Health Organization and the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, primarily for the safety of our staff. Employees at risk groups work remotely, and the enterprise continues to operate with specific guidelines in place to ensure smooth production and timely delivery of quality wines you are familiar with. Our employees are dedicated and proud people who work for you, so stay home and protect your surroundings. Wish you health!"

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Read the latest from Caucasian Journal: West European experts to share best reforms experience with Caucasian readership

Read the latest articles from our sister project Caucasian Journal:

Do you care about improving quality of life in South Caucasus? Are you concerned about quality of education, air pollution, or road safety? Then you might want to know how the same problems have been solved in other countries. For those people who want to learn about successful reforms, Caucasian Journal in 2020 started to interview the most competent high-level practitioners from Western Europe.

For its interviews under program called “Best Nordic and Baltic Practice”, the Tbilisi-based multilingual journal selects topics, which are most relevant to the countries of South Caucasian region.

The first interview published last week focuses on Estonian school reform, and how Georgians and Azerbaijani compare internationally with students of same age.

“Why did we invite an Estonian expert? Because the Estonian teenagers rank the highest in Europe”, - reads the article in Caucasian Journal. “Indeed, according to recent OECD PISA worldwide student assessment results, the Estonian 15-year olds have the Europe’s highest scores in all disciplines.”