Youth entrepreneurship for rural development

RDYE is a 3.5-year project implemented by Mercy Corps Georgia with funding from the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC).

Supporters of the project implementation are Liberty Bank and the International Fund for Sports, Tourism and Youth.

The project aims to improve the entrepreneurial skills and knowledge of young people (18 to 35 years old), support agricultural and non-agricultural businesses, facilitate access to finance, and establishment of market connections.

Project activities will focus on the social and economic participation of young people, improving their well-being and promoting entrepreneurial potential.

Liberty Bank created a three-stage financial literacy training module specifically for the training program of the project.

1,500 young people will undergo a financial literacy training module prepared by Liberty.