• Social care
• Psychological, psychosocial, medical & educational support
• First Aid
• Disaster Risk Reduction
We have three ways of working:
• Direct service delivery
• Capacity building
We aim to improve the lives of the following groups of people:
• The older persons
• People with disabilities
• Internally displaced persons
• The general public (through training)
Reflected on its social policy and through the implementation of different state programs, Georgia’s aim is to overcome the continuing social discrimination and to support its socially vulnerable population.
Household appliances, medicines, equipment such as wheelchairs, crutches or glasses, extra care costs, necessary objects for development, and thematic games…the list goes on. Perhaps it might sound like a thousand small things, but in the end, they make a world of vital difference to someone.
Charity and solidarity are the best ways to overcome social discrimination so that they are successfully implemented around the world. The aim of the SSK (the Samaritan Association of Georgia) is the activation and mobilization of existing relations and resources for the assistance of the particularly vulnerable population in Georgia.
Since all activities were based purely on volunteerism, the SSK reached an organizational limit in 1997 and ceased its activities.
As a result, the SSK registered in 2010 as a non-profit, non-religious, and non-political organization. Since then we have established a number of projects supporting children, people with disabilities, and the elderly. In addition to that, we provide First Aid and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) training.
President of The Samaritan Association of Georgia