Development of Hospital Master Plan for Georgia project started in July 1998 and ended in January 1999. The project was funded by the World Bank through prime contract with Kaiser Permanente International (USA). Curatio International Foundation managed and administered all operations in Georgia, managed local and international consultants, and provided technical input for the project implementation. The project aimed to evaluate the hospital sector and health needs of the Georgian population all over the country and design the hospital master plan. As a result of this work, the Ministry of Labor, Health, and Social Affairs received master plan for hospital sector restructuring in the country.
The Hospital Financing in Georgia Problems & Solutions project was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) through prime contract with Abt. Associates Inc. The project aimed to evaluate financing of the hospital sector in Georgia in order to propose policy recommendations for the sector. In the duration of February 1998- March 1999, Curatio International Foundation (CIF), with technical guidance received from Abt. Associates, designed the evaluation methodology and tools, carried out evaluation and analysis, and developed a comprehensive report with the needed policy recommendations.