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application/pdfAnnual Report 2015 ARMAnnual Report in Armenian from the year 201521/01/20162MB
application/pdfAnnual Report 2015 ENGAnnual Report in English from the year 201521/01/20162MB
application/pdfChild Rights Situation Analysis in ArmeniaChild Rights Situation Analysis in Armenia. Yerevan 2015. English version07/10/20154MB
application/pdfChild Rights Situation Analysis in ArmeniaChild Rights Situation Analysis in Armenia. Yerevan 2015. Armenian version07/10/20154MB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentChild’s best interest in a placement decision_CoE RecommendSocial services in Europe: legislation and practice of the removal of children from their families in Council of Europe member States. CoE Recommendation 2068. Armenian, April 2015 Link to adopted text: http://assembly.coe.int/nw/xml/XRef/Xref-DocDetails-EN.asp?FileID=21738&lang=EN 12/06/201523KB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentChild’s best interest in a placement decision_CoE ResolutionSocial services in Europe: legislation and practice of the removal of children from their families in Council of Europe member States, Armenian non-official translation, April 2015 Link to adopted text: http://assembly.coe.int/nw/xml/XRef/Xref-DocDetails-EN.asp?FileID=21737&lang=EN 12/06/201528KB
application/pdfMiddle East and Eurasia Region, Annual Report 2014 2014 witnessed another year of growth for Save the Children in the Middle East and Eurasia region, where we reached 8.2 million children in 2014 in 15 countries. During the year we launched four additional responses to large-scale crises: in Iraq (following the displacement in Anbar and later Mosul), in Gaza (following Operation Protective Edge), in Ukraine (following the outbreak of conflict in the east of the country) and in the North West Balkans (in response to large-scale flooding in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia). Responding to rapidly escalating humanitarian crises meant our staffing levels across the region expanded from 1,474 national staff and 91 international staff at the end of 2013 to 2,265 national staff and 139 international staff by the end of 2014. Our total operating budget has gone from $63m in 2012 to $173m in 2013 to $236.8m in 2014 and in 2014 our programs reached over four million people directly.10/06/20153MB
application/pdfThe Difference We Make2013 was a monumental year for Save the Children's Middle East and Eurasia region, and we responded with ambition, innovation, and dedication. We grew from under 600 staff to over 2200 staff, we doubled our operating budget and we reached a staggering 12.3 million people, including 4.4 million children. This report is titled 'The Difference We Make', and it shows just how much we accomplished to create immediate and lasting change for children.10/12/201417MB
application/pdfIssues of children of refugee families in ArmeniaChild rights situation and issues of children of refugee families in Armenia is a research aimed to reveal issues of children from refugee families and explore particular problems concerning their rights arising from the refugee status of their parents. 2011, in English04/11/2014813KB
application/pdfLIFE Program AchievementsThe factsheet presents the achievements of LIFE program in brief. LIFE - Livelihood Improvement through Fostered Employment for People with Disabilities program works to promote equal employment opportunities and access to employment as a basic human right for people with disabilities.03/11/2014113KB
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