The main topic of the 2009 NHDR is migration, which is also the theme of the 2009 Global HDR.
Environmental degradation poses serious challenges to sustainable development in any country and Armenia is not exclusion. Environmental pollution associated with plastic waste in Armenia is currentlymore
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Vocational education (VET) colleges see their role as providing general education, as well as work-related skills demanded by the labor markets. In order to match themore
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UNDP addresses community issues and disparities between the regions of Armenia through supporting agricultural and small businesses in vulnerable communities to promote economic revitalization and improve the living standards of the population; supporting the Ministry of Territorial Administration in Strategic Policy Development and Decentralization; promoting cross border cooperation between bordering regions of Armenia through encouraging and supporting trade and economic cooperation; and making efforts to regenerate the urban environment in the cities, making them a more attractive place to live, visit and work. more
During Soviet times, most of the vocational education and training (VET) institutions and preliminary craftsmanship schools had well functioning workshops and laboratories. However, after the transition to a market-based economy, most workshops became dysfunctional, equipment obsolete and teaching in colleges mainly theoretical. During the first years after independence, practical education in Armenia was modeled on outdated learning conditions and pedagogy and had out of date industrial facilities. more
When you are not alone - Tavush community, Tavush region, Armenia