Institutional Member: Taso Foundation
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Taso Foundation was transformed from Open Society – Georgia Foundation’s Women’s Program (1998-2006) and started operating as national women’s fund since year 2007. The foundation’s mission is to advance Women’s Empowerment for Human Rights, Equality, Social Justice and Peace in Georgia.
Taso (TF) is active in the women’s movement of Georgia as a grant making and operating organization that works in multiple directions: participation in policy-making, advocacy for rights of women’s groups isolated from social life, work at grass-root level with rural, ethnic minority, conflict affected and internally displaced women, women’s empowerment for economic, social, peace activism; combating gender based violence; publishing and documentary making.
Taso aims to support the activism of women isolated from the public domain and support programs for the empowerment of women in order to excel in social activism and overcome poverty. The Foundation recognizes the importance of women’s activism towards peace, democracy building and social development
To contact the Taso Foundation, please visit their website