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The “faces” of COVID-19 in rural Armenian communities

120 days have passed, since the Government of Armenia has announced a state of emergency in Armenia, and COVID-19 remains one of the hottest topics with its biggest impact on all spheres of our daily…  


Lintab – the “ranger” microscope

People depend on forests from the air they breathe to the wood they use. Habitats for animals and livelihoods for humans, forests prevent soil erosion, even mitigate climate change. Yet people are…  


How COVID-19 affects women in Berd community

Hermine is one of the young beneficiaries of the “Berd Berry” project, financed by the UNDP/GEF Small Grants Programme in 2016-2018. The project supported local women in border communities of Tavush…  


Trees are just like humans։ they require love and care - the EU Promotes Community-based Forest Management and Restoration

- Almost thirty-thousand-hectare wood lies in a two-thousand-meter high area of what is known as the “Noyemberyan forestry enterprise”, the branch of HayAntar (ArmForest) in Armenia’s Tavush region.…  


Every obstacle is easier to overcome when there is a helping hand

Recently, I got a chance to volunteer in distribution of emergency packages, including food and personal protective equipment, for lonely elderly residing in our community. This volunteering…  


Drawing equals

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. Her “Inclusion” project is being implemented…  


Youth Actions and Innovative Solutions to Combat Climate Change

YMCA and the UN Armenia joined efforts for Youth Climate Summit Global campaign.  


Critical Role of Energy Efficiency for Meeting SDG 13 Objectives in Armenia

In the framework of UNDP’s partnership with the Government of Armenia, since 2010 the assistance in promotion of energy efficiency was prioritized, particularly in the sectors of municipal heating,…  


Tatevik Sargsyan’s story: the key of my success is love, optimism and support

Tatevik Sargsyan, a 30-year old mother of three children, a linguist / translator, started her own business as an entrepreneur. Her story is motivational and deserves to be shared with wider public.…  


Paternity Leave is Popular in UNDP Armenia

Paternity leave is strongly encouraged in the United Nations as well, allowing eligible staff members to share the leave and take care of a newly-born child. At UNDP in Armenia, employees can take…  

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