The world faces an unprecedented threat from COVID-19. This is the most challenging crisis the world has faced since the Second World War. The world will get through this crisis, but only if we act together, in solidarity.
Petrosyans’ Gastro Yard is a home-based cultural center, where guests can join master classes of making puppets and carpets, and enjoy Armenian food and beverages.
EU-GAIA project will support the development of sustainable, inclusive, innovative and market-based agribusiness in Armenia.
The key findings of the Human Development Report 2019 entitled “Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today: Inequalities in human development in the 21st century” were presented with participation of Tigran Avinyan, RA Deputy Prime Minister, Shombi Sharp, UN Resident Coordinator in Armenia, Dmitry Mariyasin, UNDP Resident Representative in Armenia, as well as representatives of the government, diplomatic community, international organizations, civil society and media.
Amalya Harutyunyan is a graduate from the UNDP 5th “I am the Community” camp held in 2019 and one of the winners of DEMO Lab social innovation competition.
Simplified procedures, reduced waiting times, modern infrastructure and equipment, and improved security are the advantages of the new BCP.
A success story of a strong woman who mobilized all her skills for a better life.

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17.8%

Unemployment rate

23.5%

Poverty rate

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GNI per capita

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