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Monday, March 17, 2014
War is Devastating
They have fled to Armenia because of the war in Syria and tell how it is to live in a country at war. "The war should stop. People should lead their normal life and those who want to return to Syria should be able to do that", says Zheni, 16.
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Education for ALL children. World Vision established four community learning centres where 74 children get age-appropriate preschool education
In four rural communities of in Armenia's Aparan Area - Kayq, Dzoragyukh, Tsaghkashen and Ttujiour - World Vision established early childhood development centres where 74 children, aged 3-6, receive age-appropriate education.Today, due to the contract with the local authorities the teachers’ salaries are paid from community budget and partially from monthly payments by parents, which makes it a sustainable source of funding to secure the centres' operation in the future. 
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October 31st 2018
Quality medical care for each and every child; World Vision continues investing in ongoing training for community doctors
 The quality of primary healthcare services for a child in capital Yerevan and a child in a remote community in Armenia is not always the same; misdiagnose is not uncommon, while family doctors providing primary healthcare services in communities not always have the opportunity to learn the novelties in medicine to be able to diagnose and prescribe treatment according to contemporary standards and methods. 
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June 29th 2018
June 1st celebrations in marzes and Yerevan
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June 4th 2018
66 children now enjoy family care thanks to World Vision's cooperation with UCOM
World Vision has been cooperating with UCOM Foundation in Armenia to keep children from being institutionalized and unifying those already living in the state care institutions with their families.With funding provided by UCOM Faundation, 66 children now enjoy family care and love, while their caregivers are provided with necessary skills and tools to better care for their children ensuring their dignified living.
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December 25th 2017
Job opportunities for Syrian-Armenians
World Vision Armenia announces a new project directed to help Syrian-Armenians in Armenia to realize their business ideas, as well as to find suitable jobs. You can apply online by sending the application to the following addresses: ani_jughetsyan@wvi.org or Lorig_haleblian@wvi.orgOrYou can also visit us on:Friday 24 November (15:00 p.m. – 17:30 p.m.) at Aleppo Compatriotic Charitable Organization (Floor -1, Abovyan St, Yerevan 0001) orWednesday 29 November (10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) at Syrian Armenian Union NGO (18 Marshal Baghramyan Ave, Yerevan 0019)
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November 22nd 2017