EUCOM Humanitarian Assistance Program in Georgia
Author: Georgia Today
Chief Logistics Officer of the U.S.-European Command (EUCOM), Rear Admiral William Brown is visiting Tbilisi Dec. 15-16 to assess the command’s Humanitarian Assistance Program in Georgia. He will have meetings at the Republican Hospital where EUCOM is constructing a nursing school.
Brown will also participate in two major events. He will visit Kindergarten No. 215, which is one of four kindergartens for disabled children where he will donate supplies worth $10,000 dollars on behalf of EUCOM.
Brown will also visit the Georgian National Sports Federation for Children and Students, which is the organizer of the well-known children’s television show “Funny Starts,” broadcasted on Rustavi-2. The organization actively supports the health and fitness of children of all ages, including children with disabilities.
Brown visited Tbilisi today to get to know the humanitarian program financed by EUCOM. The support program will not end with these two projects, a representative of the U.S. Embassy to Georgia told Georgia Today.
15 December Tue 2009, 18:41:57