Health

JMF has been working in the health sector for more than a decade. JMF’s activities in the health sector center on disease prevention through education and skills development of health professionals, public health campaigns, advocacy and networking.

JMF’s Health Department prioritizes activities and projects that focus on children and adolescents’ health, women’s health and community health development.

JMF has set the following strategic objectives to meet the demand of its beneficiaries:

  • Improve accessibility and affordability of quality health care services for children, adolescents and women in Armenia through raising awareness, promoting health education, and building the capacity of health specialists.
  • Improve access of rural communities to health services by providing training, education, and resources to the community members and health care specialists. 

JMF does not support individual healthcare services or medical treatment, unless it is part of a wider, more sustainable health initiative.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are the population of Vardenis region of Gegharkunik marz

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 300 disable people of the region, 100 in each region. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 500 disabled children annually

Beneficiaries Description: More than 200 children suffering from autism and CP

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are at least 345 women of Vardenis region of Gegarkunik marz

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 200 disable people of the region.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 4,000 newborns, 200 disabled children (to be identified) and 9 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are at least 420 women of Vardenis region of Gegarkunik marz

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 120 gynecologists from 6 marzes (Ararat, Aragatsotn, Armavir, Tavush, Kotayk, and Gegharqunik) of Armenia. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 800 disabled children of Armenia.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 120 gynecologists from 5 marzes (Lory, Shirak, Vayots Dzor, Siunik and Yerevan) of Armenia. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are totally 40 ultrasound specialists, 30 from Yerevan and 10 from Aragatsotn, Kotayk, Gegharkunik, Armavir and Ararat marzes, and about 20,000-pregnant women to be screened.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 70 participants of Armenian Apostolic Church and health specialists of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 10 rehab nurses of Stepanakert, Hadrut, Martakert and Martuni hospitals 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 170 international health specialists and medical doctors

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 4,000 newborns, 200 disabled children (to be identified) and 9 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 48 ultrasound specialists from 37 towns of Armenia, and 15,000-20,000 pregnant women and newborns of these towns. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 10,000 pregnant women

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 7,000 newborns, 250 disabled children (to be   identified) and 10 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 10,000 newborns, 200 disabled children (to be   identified) and 12 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 300 children with special needs (disabled and with developmental disorders) and their families, and Kapan CDRC’s rehabilitation team 6 specialists.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 20 regional journalists. Indirect beneficiaries are regional population of Armenia.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 10,000 parents and their 0-1 age children

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 4,850 newborns, 700 disabled children (identified) and 10 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 12 caregivers and about 35-40 disabled/physically disadvantaged people

Beneficiaries Description: 100 disabled patients of the Karabakh war

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 700 disabled children (identified) and 10 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are about 2670 newborns (per year) from targeted marzes.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 722 children with special needs (disabled and with developmental disorders) and their families, and Artashat CDRC’s rehabilitation team 6 specialists.

Beneficiaries Description: 55 village health nurses

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are 5-10 caregivers and about 32 physically disadvantaged people. Indirect beneficiaries are families of disabled.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 500 disabled children (identified) and 8 trained doctors of the targeted regions. Indirect beneficiaries are about 2300 newborns (per year) from targeted marzes.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 100 disabled people level 1. Indirect beneficiaries are all disabled people level 1 in Yerevan

Beneficiaries Description: 53 village health nurses

Beneficiaries Description: 100 disabled patients of the Karabakh war + 35 civilians

Beneficiaries Description: 100 disabled patients of the Karabakh war

Beneficiaries Description: 58 village health nurses

Beneficiaries Description: Approximately 1,500 disabled children and 24 regional doctors and nurses of Vayots Dzor, Syunik, Ararat, Aragatsotn and Kotayk marzez 

Beneficiaries Description: 100 disabled people injured in the Karabakh war

Beneficiaries Description: direct beneficiaries are 48 rural doctors

Beneficiaries Description: 170 disabled patients of the Karabakh war

Beneficiaries Description: 25 regional nurses from Vayots Dzor, Syunik, Tavush, Armavir, Gegharkunik, Aragatsotn, Ararat marzes

Beneficiaries Description: 2500 disabled children

Beneficiaries Description: Adolescents and youth aged 14-20; 12 health care providers and 30 teachers of 6 target colleges of Armavir and Kotayk Marzes

Beneficiaries Description: 30 regional doctors and population of beneficiary marzes in Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 9 trainers, 30 trained village health post nurses and inhabitants of 30 villages

Beneficiaries Description: 20 regional medical doctors, 600 diabetic children and their families