Shirak

Beneficiaries Description: Stakeholders' (student councils, parents, school administration, etc.) situation analysis in 100 schools (involving nearly 300 students, 200 parents, 25 school principals and 25 teachers, 8 focus groups involving 100 representatives from 100 schools) 

Beneficiaries Description: At least 50 women entrepreneurs primarily residing in the remote regions of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description:

- At least 80 young people ages 18-35 will participate in business idea generation and orientation sessions in 5 targeted regions
- At least 50 young people out of the above mentioned 80 will participate in business planning trainings in 5 targeted regions
- At least 15 young people out of this cohort will receive subsidized loans to start or scale-up their business.
- At least 20 young people will proceed with their businesses receiving ongoing support

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 10,000 newborns and 20 trained ultrasound doctors and neonatologists (3 from Yerevan and 17 from regions) of Armenia. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

Beneficiaries Description:  The first target group in the proposed Action are 3760 young people (13-17 years old) in schools; the second target group of the Action consists of 160 youth aged between 18 and 29 years.

Beneficiaries Description: 150 households that would introduce “backyard nursery” concept and become suppliers of trees and 7,000 schoolchildren that would be engaged in the activities of eco-clubs, participate to the summer camp and country-wide cleanup campaigns

Beneficiaries Description: Refugee families/children, women, elderly, etc. from Artsakh in Yerevan, Gavar, and Gyumri.

Beneficiaries Description: At least 50 people from all regions of Armenia 

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries are 1,400 - 14-17 years old students from 70 schools of Armenia

Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries of the project are about 20,000 newborns and 50 trained ultrasound doctors and neonatologists (10 from Yerevan and 40 from regions) of Armenia. Indirect beneficiaries are the families of the newborns and disabled children.

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