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Liberty Bank Continues to Support the Rehabilitation of Children with Disability

Today, Liberty Bank Director Aleksi Khoroshvili and Director of Rehab- Children Rehabilitation David Shvelidze signed the Memorandum on Cooperation.

Within the framework of the Memorandum, Liberty Bank continues to rehabilitate beneficiaries with socially vulnerable disabled status until the end of 2017, which has not yet entered the state program.

The Children’s Rehabilitation Center Rehab was established in December 2016 and is involved in the rehabilitation / ablation of the child and child care program of the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia from the end of the 1st quarter of 2017.

The center is staffed with highly qualified staff, equipped with appropriate rehabilitation facilities and has adaptive environment for treatment.

“Even though the state is paying special attention and cares for the rehabilitation / ablation of children with disabilities, there is still a large number of beneficiaries in the conditions of budgetary financing that can not be used by this service and therefore their health conditions can not be improved. That is why we started to provide information to the organizations involved in the private sector, especially those involved in social programs, and to note that we have gained a very valuable and charitable partner as Liberty Bank. At present, they have funded 6,600 procedures of 200 beneficiaries and the bank will support their rehabilitation by the end of 2017, “said David Shvelidze, Director of Rehab, Rehabilitation Center of Children.

“In the frames of social responsibility, one of the priority directions of Liberty Bank is to support persons with limited capacities. Most of them are our bank’s customers, so we have a direct access with their problems. I think it is very important to offer them adapted services, prepare them for an independent life, and to promote integration into society so that each of them can identify and utilize their own potential. To achieve the results, the Bank cooperates with the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia and those organizations that have experience of delivering specific services “- Aleksi Khoroshvili, General Director of Liberty Bank.