Lika Merabishvili

Project Coordinator, Partnership for Road Safety NGO

Lika is a project co-ordinator with six years of road safety experience and a track record of working with international partners and funders.

Lika Merabishvili

Georgia

The Partnership for Road Safety works to make Georgia’s roads safe for all road users and to reduce the high number of road casualties and injuries.  It promotes joint projects between the public, private and NGO sectors to reduce traffic deaths, raise awareness of road safety issues, promote a road safety culture and support road safety education. The Georgian Partnership for Road Safety is a proud winner of a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.

In her role as Project C0-ordinator, Lika has worked on a range of road safety project across Georgia including education, advocacy, civic engagement, and environmental campaigns.

Key Projects

Road Safety Knowledge Increase in the Mountainous Adjara, Georgia, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by Adjarisckali, 2016)

Awareness and Education Road Safety Campaigns on E60 Tbilisi-Poti Corridor and in Settlements along this Highway Corridor, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by World Bank, 2016)

Awareness and Education Campaigns on Road Safety in Kakheti Region”, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by World Bank, 2015)

“Be Active, Be Safe”, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by BP, 2014-2015)

“Increasing Quality of CSOs’ Policy Dialogue with Parliament of Georgia”, Westminster Foundation for Democracy (financed by EU, 2012-2014)

“Friendly Roads”, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by GPAC, USAID, 2013-2014)

“Clean Air for Georgian Cities”, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by GPAC, USAID, 2013-2014)

“Choose the Safe Way”, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by FIA Foundation, 2013-2014)

“Road Safety Education for Disadvantaged Youth from Abkhazia and South Ossetia”, Partnership for Road Safety, Project Coordinator (financed by Swiss Embassy in Georgia, 2013)

Qualifications

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Doctorate Degree (Ongoing)

University of Georgia, School of Business, Economics and Management, Public Administration, Master Degree (2013)

International Black Sea University, American Studies, Bachelor’s Degree (2010)

Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety, Alliance Empowerment Program, Alliance Risk Area Crash Course (2016)

Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety and FedEx, Alliance Empowerment Program Advocate Training (2016)

Westminster Foundation for Democracy, EU and GYLA,  Advocacy and Communication (2013)

Westminster Foundation for Democracy, EU and GYLA, Research Design for Policy in Georgia (2013)

Languages

Georgian
English (fluent)
Russian (good)
German (good)

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