Meet Inga (center), business woman and IDP. She sits together with her daughter-in-law, Mariam, her two grandchildren, and her daughter-in-law's friend at her home in the Koda settlement outside Tbilisi, the Republic of Georgia. This family, along with many others, were resettled in a dilapidated former military barracks following the 2008 conflict.
Inga started a raspberry garden on her small plot in the settlement as a form of micro enterprise. With hard work and support from foundations, she has since grown the business as a means of income for her family. As a result of installing an irrigation system, she has increased her crop yield 5 fold. She is hoping to begin the process of exporting her berries to markets outside Georgia.
Petia helps pick raspberries in the garden that his wife, Inga, started in the Koda IDP settlement outside Tbilisi.
Photo: Pete Muller for the ICC #LifeAfterConflict - Stories as told to ICC Outreach @pete_k_muller