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 1,800 - 14-17 years old students from 99 schools of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: 269 children and teenagers

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 50 women and children suffered from the domestic violence

Beneficiaries Description: the society and public who visit theatre for different plays (at least 100,000 people) 

Beneficiaries Description: The project beneficiaries can be widely defined as those who value the art and culture, students of schools and universities. 

Beneficiaries Description: The project beneficiaries are those who want to learn Armenian national military dances, in particular youth and soldiers of the Armenian Army.  

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

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 150 nurses of the schools of Armenia.   

Beneficiaries Description: DDC project directly targets about 500 students and university graduates (18-30 years of age) of state 10 universities in Yerevan (nearly 100 students), Gavar in Gegharquniq region (nearly 100 students), Gyumri  in Shirak region (nearly 150 students) and Vanadzor in Lori region (nearly 150 students) keeping and considering the gender balance and diversity. The indirect or final beneficiaries of the project are the other students/graduates of the universities/community youth (peers of the project direct participants), about 4,000 in total: nearly 1,500 from Yerevan and 2,500 from Gavar, Gyumri, and Vanadzor, who will be influenced indirectly by the project activities. In addition the universities’ administration/faculty and other stakeholders in the field of education will indirectly benefit from this project’s implementation.