Syunik

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 20,000 newborns and 50 trained ultrasound doctors and neonatologists (10 from Yerevan and 40 from regions) of Armenia. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description: About 100 young people from Gegharkunik, Lori, Shirak, Tavush and Syunik regions of Armenia to be benefited from the initial business idea generation and development training, out of which 30-50 will be engaged into business planning and management training, and 20-30 potential young entrepreneurs will be financed and supported throughout the entire project. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries: about 1,250 university students/ youth of 7 universities and students in Georgia and Lebanon nearly 400 young adults of surrounding communities, considering the gender balance. Indirect beneficiaries: other students of the seven universities student councils’ members, administration and staff of the universities, families of the students, community members and in general the public of Armenia/ Armenian population in Georgia and Lebanon.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 60-80 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from four remote villages of Syunik and Lori Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children, other school students and school administration. 

Beneficiaries Description: Up to 20 university students, graduates, engineers ages 19-55 from Kapan and surrounding communities in Syunik region, and about 20 schoolchildren and students from Stepanavan town

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries: about 1,200 university students/ youth of 7 universities and Youth Department of the Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Holy Church in Georgia and nearly 400 young adults of surrounding communities, considering the gender balance. Indirect beneficiaries: other students of the seven universities student councils’ members, administration and staff of the universities, families of the students, community members and in general the public of Armenia/ Armenian population in Georgia.

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are around 60-80 schoolchildren aged 10-15 from four remote villages of Syunik and Lori Marzes. Indirect beneficiaries are families of these children, other school students and school administration. 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 1200 medical doctors in Armenia and Artsakh

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 2,000 - 14-17 years old students from 108 schools of Armenia

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. 

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