Yerevan

Beneficiaries Description: 384 children and teenagers

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 2,000 - 14-17 years old students from 110 schools of Armenia

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 are nearly 1,500 university students of 7 universities and 700 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 of the project are about 800 disabled children of Armenia.

Beneficiaries Description: 140 children and teenagers

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

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 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.

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