Armenia today launched Travelinsights, an artificial intelligence tool to help improve the country’s emerging tourism industry by gathering real-time perceptions of services and popular sites. Developed by Armenia’s national Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) lab, Travelinsights uses complex algorithms to detect, collect and analyse all the online reviews about Armenia.
The project will contribute to a more inclusive and effective local governance through political empowerment of women and promotion of youth leadership.
The objective of the event was to gather people from different walks of life interested in discussing the challenges of achieving the SDGs and how technology can help to tackle those issues.
On 19 December, the UNDP-GEF “Green Urban Lighting” project summarized the results of its activities since inception in 2014. The project was implemented in partnership with Yerevan Municipality and the Ministry of Nature Protection.
This kindergarten is renovated according to European high standards of energy efficiency.
Simplified procedures, reduced waiting times, modern infrastructure and equipment, and improved security are the advantages of the new BCP.
Armine Muradyan resides in Lori region of Armenia, in a community playfully called Gargar of around 1000 people.

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