Country’s medical system now has to deal with a huge influx of complex injuries suffered in the ongoing war – and that includes psychological trauma.
Activists call on government and local industry to respond to recent research revealing major hazards.
A medical support programme aims to heal wounds between Abkhazians and Georgians.
Experts warn children are experiencing huge psychological distress as a result of the conflict.
Campaigners warn that lockdown left many girls and young women vulnerable to the practice.
Resistance continues despite studies showing the jab shields both expectant mothers and their babies.
The problem predates the pandemic, but coronavirus restrictions have exacerbated it.
Amid trauma of defeat, there has been little discussion of the ethical implications of state-sponsored programme.
The country is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, but production and consumption of fossil fuel continues to grow.
Infections are on the rise as conspiracy theories fuel scepticism, further hobbling immunisation efforts.