In 1992 - 1993 ACTS Georgia provided due assistance in delivery and installation in two major hospitals in the city of Tbilisi $15 million worth equipment donated by the US Military, the US Department of Defense and the US Department of States (A Thousand Bed Hospital Project).
In 1993 ACTS Geoergia distributed 3. 609 MT of food for babies and lactating mothers donated by USAID Health Food Project was the only countrywide food program in the winter of 1993.
In 1994 ACTS in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of Georgia commenced a new project “Urgently Needed Medications for Immediate Distribution” (UNMID).
In 1994 ACTS took the responsibility of screening and vaccinating of the students from the Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan) participating in the World Learning Freedom Support Youth Program.
Since formalizing the joint Declaration between ACTS and the Tbilisi Theological Academy and College in 1994, ACTS has been rendering its support to the Academy.
In 1994 ACTS organized a course of lectures funded by USAID “A Program for Organization Development” in subjects a) Management and Leadership, b) Basic Economics Principles of Marketing, c) Budget Cost Control, conducted by visiting professors from San Jose University, California.
ACTS and GMA supported Internally Displaced People, colleagues in establishment of hospital “Abkhazeti” in 1995, periodically supplying it with medications and medical supplies.
In 1995 ACTS Georgia due to its experience and the extensive network throughout Georgia distributed 800 tons of food as the implementing partner of UN WORLD FOOD Program.
ACTS Georgia together with World Vision and Project Hope provided libraries and leading specialists in Georgia with technical and medical literature.
In 1995 organized with World Learning a workshop “Strategy Planning” in Borjomi.
In 1996 ACTS formalized an Agreement with Counterpart International, under which ACTS received medical supply and delivered to three large hospitals in Tbilisi, and in 1997 Counterpart delivered 1000 parkas to ACTS for Kutaisi Internally displaced children.
According to 2001 official findings ACTS Georgia delivered about $5 million worth medications accounting for over 46% of the total quota of humanitarian medicines delivered in Georgia (National Report on Health Condition of population in Georgia 2001, Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia).
In 1998 ACTS Georgia organized a conference that defined the trends of Family Medicine Institution development in Georgia.
In 1998 under the support of Open Society Institute , HealthCare Initiative Program OSI Georgian Foundation, World Bank and ACTS International, ACTS Georgia implemented the project Development of a Policy Framework on Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Prevention Strategies in Georgia. One of the main strategies of the Program, wasd involvement of the mass media in the field of health education: tobacco, nutrition, physical activities and other issues were widely covered by mass media aiming to raise the level of Public awareness and education. The project laid foundation to the CVD Prevention State Program. ACTS together with GMA facilitated joining by Georgia the Framework Convention of Tobacco Control – The Global Treaty.
In 2001 ACTS was UMCOR` s partner in the Department of State Airlift Operation “Provide Hope”, which envisaged providing and distribution pharmaceuticals and supplies worth $7 million USD.
Since 2000 ACTS jointly with IRD has been providing, depending on needs, different regions Georgia with medications.
In 2001 ACTS received and implemented UNICEF grant on “Outreach Diabetic Education of Children”.