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Monday 28 March 2016

Syrian Woman Who Never Quits

 

Four years ago, Paradzem, age 44, was forced to flee the war in Syria where she lived for more than 22 years. Parandzem, returned to Armenia as a refugee with her husband and two sons, ages 13 and 16. This relocation has changed the family’s lives radically. Notwithstanding integration, social and economic challenges Parandzem’s family never gave up.

Tuesday 22 March 2016

Position Statement on the Use of Children’s Personal Data in Mass Media

In this statement hereby Save the Children Armenia Country Office presents its position on the dissemination of children’s personal data through Mass Media. Use of personal data in mass media, especially in relation to children in difficult life situations, may have negative effect on children’s psychological well-being, and can cause discrimination towards children.

Tuesday 15 March 2016

Announcement for Technical Experts Mapping in Child Protection and Education Areas

TITLE:  Technical Experts Mapping in Child Protection and Education Areas

LOCATION:  Yerevan, Armenia

Save the Children Armenia Country Office is updating its roster of Child Protection and Education Experts available in Armenia. The aim is to have structured and updated list of experts for outsourcing short consultancy work in such areas as research, training, policy development, etc. both internally within Armenia as well as within Eurasia region.

Monday 29 February 2016

Combating Gender Biased Sex-Selective Abortions (CGBSSA) project Grant Competition Announcement

Request for Applications

Save the Children in Armenia, within the framework of “Combating Gender Biased Sex-Selective Abortions” (CGBSSA) project funded by EU, announces Small Grants Competition for local non-profit organizations to foster raising awareness on gender biased sex-selective abortions  issues. 

Monday 23 November 2015

Changing Children’s Lives by Establishing Preschools

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