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application/pdfManual on Working with Students with DisabilitiesThis manual has ben developed within the framework of “Livelihod Improvement through Fostered Employment (LIFE) for People with Disabilties” Program, funded by USAID and implemented by Save the Children in Armenia. It is intended for vocational colege teachers and aims at introducing them the peculiarites of working with people with disabilties. The handbok highlights and elaborates on the definiton and main principles of inclusive education, the right terminology related to diferent disabilties and other peculiarites of working with people with disabilties. English. 201329/07/2014280KB
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/pdfPreschool Disaster Risk Management PlanThe 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.20/02/20194MB
application/pdfSocial EnterpriseThe handbook was developed by Save the Children in Armenia in the framework of “Livelihood improvement through fostering employment of people with disabilities” (LIFE) program and was published within the scope of the “Social Innovations for Vocational Education and Employability (SIVEE) of Young People with Disabilities” project with the support of the European Union. The aim of the handbook is to help people understand what social enterprise is and what it differs from non-profit or corporate social initiative. It emphasizes the mission-determining process, the existing business models, management issues, efficient marketing and communication steps.12/01/201810MB
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/pdfTolerance Education: Teacher's ManualThe manual is designed for teachers of primary schools to promote values of tolerance, cooperation and compassion among children. It is based on the Children’s Story Book and includes such topics as tolerance, rights of the child, negotiation, cooperation, cross-cultural cooperation, stigma and prejudice, environmental stewardship etc. The manual has been recommended by the RA Ministry of Education and Science as an educational material for primary school teachers. 2008, Armenian.15/05/20141MB
application/pdfTraining Module for NursesTraining Module for Nurses17/12/20135MB
application/pdfUN Convention on the Rights of the ChildThe brochure introduces the rights of the child as set by the UN CRC. It is designed for children, and respectively the articles are presented in child-friendly version. 2011, Armenian15/05/20142MB
application/pdfYoung Voices Armenia SurveyYoung Voices Armenia Survey report has been implemented by Save the Children in Armenia in close partnership with World Vision Armenia and the Human Rights Defender’s Office of the Republic of Armenia. The Young Voices Survey was originally developed by Save the Children Sweden and conducted in Sweden, Kosovo, Mongolia and Lithuania. In Armenia the survey was carried out among 1200 children across all 10 regions of Armenia and Yerevan, the capital. It aimed at studying children’s opinions with regards to community, regional and national scope of responsibilities and themes, such as participation in decision making, education, security, perceptions of future and psychosocial problems. 29/11/2017830KB
application/pdfYouth-focused and Gender-sensitive Labour Market Research The aim of the research was to conduct a nationwide assessment of modern labour market needs in Armenia with a focus on youth, analyzing how youth’s existing skills, as well as the available opportunities, match the market demands in Armenia. The main object/target of the assessment was the labour market, with special focus on youth (mainly the 18-30 year-old age group of women and men), including the socially vulnerable groups. Various direct and indirect actors of the Armenian labour market have been targeted under the scope of the research, however, special focus was made on the IT and Tourism sectors. 20/03/20195MB

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