Shirak

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

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are nearly 4,500 university students of 7 universities and 2,000 young adults of surrounding communities, keeping gender balance. Indirect beneficiaries are other students of the targeted seven universities student councils’ members, administration and staff of the universities, families of the students, community members and in general the public of Armenia.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 1,605-2,140 school students from 108 schools

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are students of 7 universities. At least 280 students from each university will be directly involved in project main activities. Indirect beneficiaries of the project are university administrations, families and friends of the students and the communities the students come from

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 1,700-2,250 school students from around 113 secondary schools.

Beneficiaries Description: 25-30% of the population of the selected 10 communities. Final beneficiaries are social vulnerable people living in the regions of Armenia

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: Direct beneficiaries are 600-800 university students. Indirect beneficiaries include two university students, student councils’ members, and administration

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are nearly 400 university students. Indirect beneficiaries are the three university students, student councils’ members, and administrations of the universities

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