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Parent Protest Continues as Plight of Disabled Children goes on

By: Diana Dundua

"In Georgia there are numerous families bringing up children with cerebral palsy, these children and their families are in need of serious help. The government currently provides these families with GEL 55 per month, this is not enough.

A little while ago, the newly established youth movement Our Generation, staffed by young Georgians, especially by students, initiated a peaceful protest to help these disabled children and to raise awareness to people who might be able to help them. There has not been any response from the government or from other organizations.

On July 3, three parents bringing up children with cerebral palsy, Nana Lezhava, Tamuna Labadze and Gogita Murtskhvaladze from Kobuleti (western Georgia) organized a protest action in front of the American Embassy. They demanded concrete answers and direct assistance from US Ambassador HE John Tefft.

"The state is essentially forcing us to put our children in orphanages. I do not think that any normal parent would do this, but our children, who have serious health and mental problems, could not survive in an orphanage" Murtskhvaladze told The Messenger on July 3."


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