Education

JMF’s Education Department prioritizes activities and projects that help to build human capacity in Armenia to address the needs of school age children of vulnerable families, street children, disabled children, orphans, institutionalized children and their teachers by supporting the following activities:

  • Increase the professional qualification of the education specialists and strengthen the capacity and performance of education institutions.
  • Assist NGOs that work with children and adults with special learning needs – helping these organizations guarantee equal education for marginalized groups.
  • Assist adults with special learning needs obtain skills and knowledge to compete in the labor market - linking skills development with income generation and poverty reduction.

Beneficiaries Description: In total 10-17 years old 156 children from Lori, Gegharkouniq, Armavir, Shirak regions, Yerevan city and Artsakh (78 disabled children and 78 children from socially vulnerable families) and 10 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: 1595 children, youth and young adults from vulnerable families and 200 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children aged 8-15 from needy families and orphanages from different regions of Armenia. 

Beneficiaries Description: 120 children aged 8-16, from needy families and 14 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of Echmiadzin city.  

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 120 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from four remote villages of Syunik and Lori Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children. 

Beneficiaries Description: The average number of project target beneficiaries is 1,300 6-12 year of age children from 3 schools of Yerevan.

Beneficiaries Description: In total 10-17 years old 156 children from Lori, Gegharkouniq region, Yerevan and Kharabagh (81 disabled children and 75 children from socially vulnerable families from Stepanavan, Tashir, Gavar, Sevan cities and surrounding villages as well as Yerevan and Kharabagh)

Beneficiaries Description: 120 children aged 8-16, from needy families and 12 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of Echmiadzin city.  

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children aged 8-15 from needy families and orphanages from different regions of Armenia. 

Beneficiaries Description: 1540 children, youth and young adults from vulnerable families and 200 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: Armenian Intellectuals of Georgia, and Armenian youth and general population of Tbilisi and its neighborhood.

Beneficiaries Description: About 747 children aged 6-15 from socially vulnerable families 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 120 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from four remote villages of Syunik and Lori Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children. 

Beneficiaries Description: 30 pre-school children

 

Beneficiaries Description: In total 10-17 years old 156 children from Lori, Gegharkouniq region, Yerevan and Kharabagh (81 disabled children and 75 children from socially vulnerable families from Stepanavan, Tashir, Gavar, Sevan cities and surrounding villages as well as Yerevan and Kharabagh)

 

Beneficiaries Description: 1620 children, youth and young adults and 160 camp counselors

 

Beneficiaries Description: 840 children aged 8-15 from needy families and orphanages from different regions of Armenia. 

Beneficiaries Description: 112 children aged 8-16, from needy families and 10 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of Echmiatzin city.  

 

Beneficiaries Description: More than 200 Armenian children and youth from Batumi and its neighborhood. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 120 students from YES project schools will directly participate in 12 TV debates. Additionally, 120 students and 24 mentors will directly take part in the debates as audience. Indirect beneficiaries are the schools’ administrations, the other children of the schools, parents, and general public. 

Beneficiaries Description: About 521 children aged 1-11 from socially vulnerable families from 9 marginalized villages of Vardenis area of Gegharkunik region (Poqr Masrik, Tretuq, Maqenis, Norabak, Kut, Azat, Arpunq, Kutakan, Akhpradzor), 40 children form Our Lady of Armenia Convent Care Centre and 860 children from socially vulnerable families from Yerevan, other regions of Armenia and Akhalkalak, Georgia. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 24 youth from Dsegh, Giumri, Vanadzor, Karenis and the accompanying personnel of 2 people

Beneficiaries Description: 200 children from socially vulnerable families from Akhalkalak, indirect beneficiaries are families of the children

Beneficiaries Description: In total 10-17 years old 156 children from Lori, Gegharkouniq marzes, Yerevan and Kharabagh (81 disabled children and 75 children from socially vulnerable families from Stepanavan, Tashir, Gavar, Sevan cities and surrounding villages as well as Yerevan and Kharabagh)

Beneficiaries Description: 1660 children, youth and young adults and 160 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children aged 8-15 from needy families and orphanages from different Marzes of Armenia. 

Beneficiaries Description: 85 children aged 8-16, from needy families and 10 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of Echmiatzin city

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are approximately 60 Armenian youth from Tsalka region aged 12-17

Beneficiaries Description: FRESCO is open to anyone in Yerevan and in RA marzes

Beneficiaries Description: 30 pre-school children

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are approximately 100 Armenian children from Akhlkalaq and surrounding villages ages 8-16, the indirect beneficiaries are families of the children.

Beneficiaries Description: 18 schoolchildren of 9-12 grades  from Ninotsminda, Georgia

Beneficiaries Description: About 200 children aged 2-16 from socially vulnerable families, 160 from 5 marginalized villages of Vardenis area of Gegharqouniq region; 40 from the Our Lady of Armenia Convent Care Centre (Sister Arousiag’s centre); and 30 vulnerable families from Gyumri

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 50 students from YES project schools who will directly participate in 5 TV debates. Additionally, 50 students and 10 mentors will directly take part in the debates as audience. Indirect beneficiaries are the schools’ administrations, the other children of the schools, parents, and general public. 

Beneficiaries Description:  The direct beneficiaries of the project are the students of 130 schools and 7 regional universities involved in the JMF’s debate club projects, totally 3000 students. The indirect beneficiaries of the project are the other students of the schools/ universities, parents, general audience of Yerkir Media TV Chanel

Beneficiaries Description: 200 children from socially vulnerable families from Akhalkalak, indirect beneficiaries are families of the children

Beneficiaries Description: In total 10-17 years old 156 children from Lori, Gegharkouniq region, Yerevan and Kharabagh (81 disabled children and 75 children from socially vulnerable families, Stepanavan, Tashir, Gavar, Sevan cities and surrounding villages as well as Yerevan and Kharabagh)

Beneficiaries Description: 1660 children, youth and young adults and 160 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children from needy families and orphanages from different Marzes of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 85 children aged 8-15, from needy families attending the "Eornekian" public school in Etchmiadzin and 16 mentors from the school and the Center of Christian Education

Beneficiaries Description: Project has three levels of beneficiaries: Children attending the camps; participants of the Workshop/TOT training (university students and camp staff working with children) and the camps. The ultimate beneficiaries of the project are 1300 children present in the camps during project implementation, who all will directly experience the Play It Fair! Toolkit games and the camps’ atmosphere. However, there are also intermediary beneficiaries in the project: the 21 university students and 3 camp staff, who will also function as human rights educators and facilitators.

Beneficiaries Description: The direct beneficiaries of the project will be the students of seven universities. At least 280 students, 40 from each university, will be directly involved in the project’s main activities: intra-university debate tournaments and TV debates. Indirect beneficiaries of the project are the other students and the staff of the seven universities, Yerkir Media studio “Azat Qaghaqaci” program audience.

Beneficiaries Description: About 435 children aged 2-12 from the socially vulnerable families of the marginalized villages of Vardenis region of Gegharkounik marz and the families of these children.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are approximately 60 Armenian youth from Tsalka region aged 12-17

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are approximately 8-16 age 100 children, indirect beneficiaries are families of the children.

Beneficiaries Description: 30 pre-school children

Beneficiaries Description: 50 students from YES project schools will directly participate in 5 TV debates. Additionally, 50 students and 10 mentors will directly take part in the debates as audience.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 307 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from six remote villages of Gegharkounik and Syunik Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children and school staff

Beneficiaries Description: 10-17 years old 104 children from Lori and Gegharkouniq region

Beneficiaries Description: 1500 children, youth and young adults from vulnerable families and 160 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children from needy families and orphanages from different Marzes of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 70 children aged 8-15, from needy families and 12 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of Echmiadzin city

Beneficiaries Description: 1,000 youth of 18-30 years of age with higher education who need their life skills development for further effective integration into society

Beneficiaries Description: 579 school age children from socially vulnerable families from remote villages of Amasia, Ashotsk, Chambarak & Vardenis regions and the families of these children. Indirect beneficiaries are local shoemakers and their immediate families.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 323 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from eight remote villages of Gegharquniq and Syunik Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children and school staff.

Beneficiaries Description: 10-18 years old 45 children /30 disabled children and 15 from socially vulnerable families, from Stepanavan, Tashir cities and  surrounding villages/

Beneficiaries Description: 1800 children, youth and young adults from vulnerable families and 150 camp counselors and volunteers

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children from needy families and orphanages from different marzes of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 70 children from needy families and 12 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of Echmiadzin city

Beneficiaries Description: 50 Armenian children attending pre-school, 500 youth, elderly, people of various age attending cultural centre

Beneficiaries Description: About 100 school age children from socially vulnerable families visiting Ajapnyak district Child Social Care Center in Yerevan on a daily basis

Beneficiaries Description: 30 pre-school children

Beneficiaries Description: Approximately 378 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from eleven remote villages of Lori and Syunik Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children and school staff.

Beneficiaries Description: 70 children from needy families and 12 pastors/mentors from Center of Christian Education of  Echmiadzin city

Beneficiaries Description: In total 60 teenagers and young people (age 14-25) from vulnerable families of Echmiadzin and neighboring villages.  Indirect beneficiaries are their families and local community participating in the events organized by CAU center

Beneficiaries Description: 10-18 years old 42 children /27 disabled children and 15 from socially vulnerable families/ from Stepanavan city and surrounding villages

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children from needy families and orphanages from different Marzes of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 1800 children, youth and young adults from vulnerable families and 120 camp counselors

Beneficiaries Description: In total 100 school age children of Shushi.  Indirect beneficiaries are their parents and local community participating in the events organized by NAI Shushi center.

Beneficiaries description: Annually about 10-15 participant students selected among: orphans from state and private orphanages, needy youth and anyone interested in learning the vocation, for the preparation and realization of electrical works.

Beneficiaries Description: About 160 school age children from socially vulnerable families that are temporarily residing in the Children’s Care Centre and Protection night school and visiting Child Social Care Centre in Yerevan

Beneficiaries Description: Approximately 260 children aged 10-15 from six remote villages of Lori and Syunik Marzes. Indirectly families of these children.

Beneficiaries Description: 850 children from needy families and orphanages from different Marzes of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 133 children from needy families from different cities of Armenia (Yerevan, Echmiatzin, Ashtarak)

Beneficiaries Description: 1,800 children, youth and young adults from needy families from different marzes of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: Totally about 155 school age children from socially vulnerable families that are staying at Yerevan #1 Child Care and Protection Night School (80 children) and temporarily residing in the Children’s Care Center (Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR) center (75 children).

Beneficiaries Description: 54 children from vulnerable families from Echmiadzin town and 8 girls (orphanage graduates) from Our Home NGO. Indirect beneficiaries include the families of the children and CAU current and future students.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 40-45 high school students. Indirect beneficiaries include MSEC secondary school students, parents, teachers and administration.