Direct: at least 10 entrepreneurs during the project period will pilot the YBI Sustainability Toolkit co-created by YBI members focusing on environment, social and governance issues.
Indirect: at least 50 entrepreneurs each year will benefit from the designed Toolkit which will be incorporated in the learning modules.
Beneficiaries Description: at least 80 disadvantaged small-scale farmers residing in the regions of Armenia (either already owning a small greenhouse or willing to construct one (up to 1000 m2)) on advanced technologies in greenhouse management through a series of online trainings and workshops.
Beneficiaries Description: At least 50 women entrepreneurs primarily residing in the remote regions of Armenia
- 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 initiative will train 50 selected small enterprises in setting COVID-19 specific safety measures and provide expert consultancy to carry out individual rehabilitation plans to address the current business problems. The project will award emergency grants to 15 enterprises, whose sole survival depends on that financial aid.
Beneficiaries Description: At least 50 people from all regions 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.
Beneficiaries Description: About 100 young people from Gegharkunik, Lori, Shirak, Tavush and Syunik regions of Armenia to be benefited from the initial business idea generation and development training, out of which 30-50 will be engaged into business planning and management training, and 20-30 potential young entrepreneurs will be financed and supported throughout the entire project.
Beneficiaries Description: Direct beneficiaries: about 1,250 university students/ youth of 7 universities and students in Georgia and Lebanon nearly 400 young adults of surrounding communities, considering the gender balance. Indirect beneficiaries: other students of the seven universities student councils’ members, administration and staff of the universities, families of the students, community members and in general the public of Armenia/ Armenian population in Georgia and Lebanon.