Location of Khoni in Georgia
|Elevation||500 m (1,600 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+4 (Georgian Time)|
|Area code(s)||+995 435|
Sachkhere (Georgian: საჩხერე) is a town at the northern edge of the Imereti Province in Western Georgia. It is the center of the Sachkhere Municipality.
Farming is a major contributor to the economy of Sachkhere. Alva LLC estimates that there are 4,000 small and medium-sized farms and ranches in the region, supported by a program of technical assistance sponsored by USAID and administered by the Farmer-to-Farmer program of CNFA.
The microbiologist George Eliava (1892-1937) was born in Sachkhere.
Though small, Sachkhere is famous for having produced two Olympic weightlifting champions - Lasha Talakhadze and Giorgi Asanidze.