Georgia became a State Party to UNESCO’s International Convention against Doping in Sport in 2010. Since then, a few successful projects were carried out in the country with the financial support of the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport, created within the framework of the Convention.
- In 2017, the Fund financed a project initiated by the National Anti-doping Agency of Georgia, entitled “Strengthening the fight against doping – anabolic androgenic steroids”.
- In May 2016, the Fund financed a project entitled “Supporting professional development of doping-control officers in Eastern European regional anti-doping Organization (EERADO)”. Officers responsible for the taking of blood and doping-control officers from Georgia, Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Moldova participated in the project.
- In October 2013, with the help of the Georgian National Anti-doping Agency and the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of Georgia, 24 seminars were held within the project entitled “Doping threats for health consuming nutritional supplements and superiority of healthy eating” was held in Georgia with the financial support of the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport.
- In 2011, with the financial support of the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport, the Georgian National Anti-doping Agency carried out a project called “Program for education, prevention and information about doping”. During the presentation of the program, up to 700 people attended 24 seminars.