Yerevan

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 1,950-2,600 school students from 130 schools

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: 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: 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: 92 children and teenagers

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

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 1,605-2,140 school students from 108 schools

Beneficiaries Description: 5,000 children and teenagers

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

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