Armenia’s economy cannot be characterised as stable, since no major industry, with the exception of some mining, is being organized within country. That’s one of the reasons for instable labour market and low household income. The annual economic growth (GDP) is heavily relying on sectors like construction and services which cannot ensure sustainable and long-term economic growth.
The child population is about 25% of the total population. 41.4% of child population is poor, out of which 3.7%-very poor.