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Residents of Khobi, Khamiskur, Kheta and Nojikhevi benefited from the mobile consultation center

On March 20-21, 2024, Natia Bojgua, Head of the Poti Legal Aid Bureau, attorney Ketevan Gvazava, and consultant Salome Janjghava visited the residents of Khobi and the villages of Nojikhevi, Kheta and Khamiskuri as part  of the  Legal Aid Service  information and mobile consulting  campaign. .
Initially, the attorneys disseminated information brochires  and informed the community about the services offered by LAS. They also conducted one-on-one consultations while maintaining complete confidentiality with the assistance of the Mobile Consulting Centre. 
 The population was primarily  interested in the assignment of  points to socially vulnerable households, and also in  appeals, family disputes, land use and registration, banking and contractual relations, enforcement of court decisions, diversion-mediation and other issues.

Over the course of two days, tens of  people received individual legal advice. It should be noted that the Mobile Consulting  Center  of the Legal Aid Service is a special van,  organized and equipped by the German government's Deutsche Botschaft Tiflis, the German Embassy in Tbilisi and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) UNDP Georgia as part  of the project "Improving the Rule of Law and Access to Justice for All". 

The Center is specially designed for those villages and other settlements that are located distant  from the Legal Aid Service offices . The launch of the Mobile Consulting  Center significantly resolved the problem of the population's territorial access to free legal aid.