Cooperation with Development Agencies

IAZ and the Project Consultants have engaged with a wide range of International Financial Institutions, commercial banks, and Development Agencies, expressing their in-principle support of the Project. ​

IAZ is in close cooperation with various Development Agencies and is considering signing the respective Memoranda of Understanding with the sole purpose of supporting the IAZ greenhouse cluster development project. Active discussions are being held with USAID and UNDP, and Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation MASHAV.

MEPA signed framework agreements in May 2019 with UNDP, FAO, IOM, and UNIDO, which will support the IAZ Greenhouse Cluster Development Project.

Georgia is a beneficiary of manifold support from International Financial Institutions, Development Agencies, the European Union, and a wide range of countries. IAZ has and will continue to promote the Greenhouse Cluster Development to such bodies, and if so required, provide qualified Applicants with access to these bodies. Equally, IAZ will consider establishing cooperation with institutions that may be introduced to it by Applicants.​


Cooperation with IFIs

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  • Ensuring loans to private and individual small, medium, and large scale farmers directly through IAZ at the agreed standards and conditions introduced by the IFIs.

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Up to 220 ha Greenhouse Cluster Development Project Highlights:

  • Up to 220 ha greenhouse cluster development project for the private beneficiaries (small, medium, and large private enterprises)

  • For developing and offering to the potential private beneficiaries all required and necessary greenhouse cluster infrastructure, including land leveling, access, and internal roads, energy sources (natural gas, electricity, water supply), melioration system, drainage systems;

  • For developing and setting up greenhouse production meeting international standards and in compliance with Georgian legislation and regulations