RVF began working to improve the health and future of children in Georgia in 2004.
The Georgian Ministry of Health has sustained all of RVF programs including:
- CCHD Screening for newborns (2017), the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination program (2010) and the programs to prevent the transmission of HIV and hepatitis B from mother to child (2010, 2013).
RVF Programs in Georgia
- Screening Newborns for Critical Congenital Heart Disease in Georgia Expanded
- HIV/AIDS Screening in Georgia
- Vaccination Against Hepatitis B in Georgia
- Measles Eradication & CRS Prevention In Georgia
- Hepatitis B Catch-Up Vaccination Program To Protect At-Risk Healthcare Workers, Medical Students And Adolescents
- Screening For Hypothyroidism
- Screening For HIV / AIDS
- Screening for Hepatitis B