• Prime Minister Inspected Wide-Scale Infrastructural works in Tskaltubo
  • Prime Minister Inspected Wide-Scale Infrastructural works in Tskaltubo
  • MDF has arranged 1,5 km access road to St. Pieter-Paul monastery in Bolnisi municipality
  • 320 internally displaced families were given a house in Zugdidi
  • Opening of the rehabilitated monument of Ilia Chavchavadze in Tsitsamuri
  • Prime Minister Inspected Wide-Scale Infrastructural works in Tskaltubo
August 25, 2015

Coastline cleaning equipment was consigned to Municipalities

By Municipal Development Fund of Georgia 13 units of coastline cleaning equipment were consigned to Ozurgeti, Zugdidi and Poti municipalities. Equipment which was purchased by World Bank’s financial support cost GEL 2 100 380.5. Utilization of cleaning equipment will promote purifying the following resorts coastlines: Ureki Anaklia Poti, Shekvetili and Grigoleti.
August 24, 2015

MDF to deliver apartments to 50 IDP Households with KfW financing

Today Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Accommodation and Refugees of Georgia (MRA) Sozar Subari and Executive Director of Municipal Development Fund of Georgia (LEPL) Juansher Burchuladze signed the Memorandum on mutual cooperation. As per the Memo, MDF is to acquire the houses for IDPs in West Georgia at the cost of 400 000 EUR within “Housing in Village” project. These houses will be selected by MRA based on special criteria.
MDF of Regional Development and Infrastructure Ministry of Georgia (RMIDP) with MRA cooperation and financing of German Bank of Reconstruction (KfW) has already completed rehabilitation and construction works in Tskaltubo (400 apartments), Kutaisi (65 apartments), Poti (104 apartments) and Zugdidi (320 apartments) within long-term housing provision arrangements for IDPs. Purchasing of the houses in the villages was enabled exactly at the expense of the saving received as a result of above listed projects implementation.

August 19, 2015

Infrastructural Projects at Gelati Monastery are underway

Tourism infrastructure arranging at Gelati Monastery and restoration-conservation works of Gelati Monastery are under implementation by Municipal Development Fund of Regional Development and Infrastructure Ministry of Georgia with the support of the World Bank and Georgian Government. Mr. Juansher Burchuladze, Executive Director of MDF, Mr. Davit Tabidze, Deputy Executive Director, MDF and Mr. Ahmed Eiweida, Sustainable Development Programs Coordinator in the South Caucasus, WB got familiarized with the progress of works, envisaged under the project. Supervision Company “Eptisa” conducted presentation at Gelati refectory in the process of which there were reviewed the issues with regard to progress of integrated infrastructural projects of cultural heritage monuments in Imereti region and future plans as well.
Regional Development Project aims at contributing to maintenance of cultural heritage monuments and render assistance to development of tourist infrastructure in Georgia. Basic beneficiaries of the project are locals, whose social conditions will be improved as a result of tourism development, along with the tourists visiting the region as they will familiarize themselves with cultural heritage monuments of Imereti region in improved conditions and consume proper infrastructure being in the vicinity of these monuments.
August 18, 2015

Tourist Infrastructure arranging at Ubisa Monastery in progress

Municipal Development Fund of Regional Development and Infrastructure Ministry of Georgia with the support of the World Bank and the Government of Georgia implement the tourist infrastructure arranging works at Ubisa Monastery in Imereti Region. Mr. Juansher Burchuladze, Executive Director of MDF, Davit Tabidze, Deputy Executive Director of MDF and Mr. Ahmed Eiweida, Sustainable Development Programs Coordinator of the WB in the South Caucasus visited the site to get familiarized with the progress of works stipulated under the project.
Regional Development Project aims at contributing to maintenance of cultural heritage monuments and render assistance to development of tourist infrastructure in Georgia. Basic beneficiaries of the project are locals, whose social conditions will be improved as a result of tourism development along with the tourists visiting the region as they will familiarize themselves with cultural heritage monuments of Imereti region in improved conditions and consume proper infrastructure being in the vicinity of these monuments.
August 13, 2015

Water Supply Rehabilitation Works under Implementation in Telavi Municipality and Village Kurdghelauri

The Municipal Development Fund of Georgia of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia is implementing Telavi municipality and village Kurdghelauri water supply rehabilitation project. The works are funded by the European Investment Bank with co-financing from the Government of Georgia. Total project cost amounts to GEL 7,052,133. First Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia, Ilia Darchiashvili and Executive Director of the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia, Juansher Burchuladze were visiting the project site.
1500 households residing in the village Kurdghelauri are supplied with water only once a week for one hour, though due to the considerably damaged network, it cannot be used as drinking water. Therefore, the local population extracts potable water from individually arranged wells. As a result of project implementation, the village Kurdghelauri inhabitants will have the water supply problem solved.