Every young man or woman, with and without disabilities, ought to have the opportunities and supports needed to pursue significant work.
Karen, age 35, and Edgar, age 25, were among 282 young people with disabilities who participated in the market-oriented short-term inclusive vocational classes in 14 specialties (computer literacy, cooking, hairdressing, sewing, wood items processing, beekeeping, furniture making, etc.). The classes were organized within the framework of “The Social Innovations for Vocational Education and Employability (SIVEE) of Young People with Disabilities” project which is implemented by the Save the Children with the financial support of the European Union and in partnership with the Professional Education Reforms NGO.
The Preschool Disaster Risk Management Plan is developed within Institutionalization, replication and dissemination of Disaster Risk Reduction interventions in South Caucasus of European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations” Project. The plan was developed through the joint support of Save the Children International Armenian Representative Office, DRR National Platform in Armenia (ARNAP), UNICEF Armenia, UNDP in Armenia, OxYGen Foundation for Protection of Youth and Women Rights, experts from RA Ministry of Emergency Situations (MES), RA Ministry of Education and Science (MoES), RA Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development (MTAD) and RA Crisis Management State Academy of the Emergency Situations (CMSA) and was presented to Government RA for adoption in November 2018. The Preschool Disaster Risk Management Plan consists of two parts – The Methodological Guide for Developing Disaster Risk Management Plan of Preschool Educational Institutions and the Preschool DRM Plan itself.