World Vision supports families affected by Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

World Vision stands next to the families affected by Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Within the six-month grant programme provided by the Aktion Deutschland Hilft, World Vision Armenia supports more than 10,000 people that have arrived to Armenia from Nagorno Karabakh.

Raffi Doudaklian

New Programme Director joins World Vision Armenia

World Vision Armenia is thrilled to announce the hiring of Raffi Doudaklian as World Vision Armenia Programme Director, effective May 10, 2021.

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Impact assessment of the COVID-19

Impact assessment of the COVID-19 outbreak on wellbeing of children and families in Armenia, June 2020

Armenia reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 on March 1, 2020. World Vision Armenia commenced its immediate response soon after providing food and hygiene packages to the most vulnerable families who could not afford it.

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COVID19: Food and hygiene items to extremely poor

Due to the emergency state established in Armenia, it is especially difficult for children and their families living in extreme poverty. World Vision Armenia plans to support 700 extremely poor families with essential food and hygiene items to increase their resilience during the emergency.

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World Vision started its operations in Armenia right after the devastating earthquake in 1988 by delivering humanitarian aid. Later, along with the humanitarian support, World Vision started implementing development projects.

In 2000, World Vision launched its first ‘Child Sponsorship’ programme in Gyumri marking the start of long-term community development interventions.

Today, World Vision operates 15 offices in Armenia, and more than 110,000 children throughout the country directly benefit from the organisation’s development projects.

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Daycare centers
Daycare centers

Help them realise their dreams

World Vision has established "Navak" daycare centers in 12 communities in Armenia, where children living in difficult conditions do their homework and have access to services of social worker, psychologist, speech therapist, and other special pedagogues.

However, our resources are limited. We need your help to get more children involved in these centers.

Share love, not violence

Share Love

Not Violence

In 2015, the world leaders made a decision to establish “End violence against children” global partnership and to eliminate all forms of violence against children by 2030.  World Vision Armenia, together with 10 major child-focused organizations in Armenia, initiated “Share Love, not Violence” campaign aiming to promote prevention and elimination of violence against children within “It takes a world” global campaign.

Our Work

See the ways that we are getting involved in Armenia to make a positive change.

Child Protection

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Sponsor a child Armenia

Support vulnerable families in order to eliminate the poverty cycle