News and Events

  • Local Fundraising covers the dental expenses of children in Aragats Community

    Local Fundraising covers the dental expenses of children in Aragats Community

    2014.12.11 Children of Aragats Community will receive dental treatment by the support of World Vision Armenia’s Local Donor HSBC Bank Armenia. Currently about 200 children aged 6-12 years are visiting local dental clinic of Aragats Community for general mouth cavity check-ups. Through this checking process treatment needs will be revealed and processed by the local Dental Clinic. read more >>

  • First Potato Value chain conference to be launched

    First Potato Value chain conference to be launched

    2014.12.10 On the 12nd of December in “Haghartsin” Hotel in DIlijan the first Potato Value chain conference will be organized, where farmers, buyers, input suppliers, support organization will meet to discuss potato value chain improvement obstacles and solutions. read more >>

  • International Volunteer day celebration

    International Volunteer day celebration

    2014.12.02 The role and importance of volunteering will be emphasized during the event. The celebration will make possible to develop prospective cooperation among participants and guests, as well as thank the acting volunteers for their committed valuable work. The event is scheduled on December 5 at 15:00-16:30 in Congress Hotel read more >>

  • Workshop on child health and nutrition topics.

    Workshop on child health and nutrition topics.

    2014.12.02 December 05-06, 2014: World Vision Armenia will organise a workshop with the participation of active mothers and caregivers from five regions of Armenia on child health and nutrition topics. read more >>

  • Learning centre by Gavar Orphanage is now open

    Learning centre by Gavar Orphanage is now open

    2014.11.20 ACBA-CREDIT AGRICOLE BANK, All-Armenian Fund and World Vision Armenia announce about the opening of the Learning centre by Gavar Orphanage. read more >>

  • Seventeen life-changing summers for more than 33,000 children of Armenia

    Seventeen life-changing summers for more than 33,000 children of Armenia

    2014.08.08 For 17 years World Vision has been organizing Christian Summer camps for the most vulnerable children across Armenia. During these years World Vision turns the summer of the most vulnerable children of Armenia into uninterrupted moments of joy - when games, nutritious food, learning and sport activities are all fun. read more >>

  • The Museum and Cultural Center Becomes the Badge of Tchambarak Town

    The Museum and Cultural Center Becomes the Badge of Tchambarak Town

    2014.07.25 Nowadays the Boryan Brothers Museum and Cultural Center is the alternative unique place where the youth and adults keep attending, making it the most active place in Tchambarak town. The Boryan Brothers Museum, the built-in library, youth debate clubs, specialized art clubs are the best choice people can have here, actively participating and just communicating with each other. read more >>

  • New opportunities for the children living in Gavar Orphanage

    New opportunities for the children living in Gavar Orphanage

    2014.07.08 On the 30th of June, World Vision Armenia, ACBA Credit Agricole Bank and All Armenian Fund have signed a cooperation agreement to start a new project that aims to create new educational opportunities for the children living in the orphanage in Gavar. read more >>

  • Polish specialists introduce their expertise in coping with the adverse impact of parents’ addictions on the children

    Polish specialists introduce their expertise in coping with the adverse impact of parents’ addictions on the children

    2014.07.08 World Vision Armenia, recognizing the important role of social workers in the formation of healthy relations within families and in communities, regularly organizes professional training and creates opportunities for experience exchange with local and foreign organizations. read more >>

  • Together for Children - public hearings for the childcare reforms

    Together for Children - public hearings for the childcare reforms

    2014.07.08 A public hearing was organized in the framework of ChildPact‘s project “Together for children - Stronger NGO Coalitions in the Black Sea Region” allocated by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. read more >>

  • 5 years together for child well-being

    5 years together for child well-being

    2014.06.24 World Vision Armenia’s Yerevan Area Development Program marked its 5th anniversary on the 20th of June to sum up the achievements over these past years. The Area Development Program has been actively operating in Yerevan’s Kanaker-Zeytun Community since 2009. read more >>

  • Child Protection reforms on World Vision's agenda

    Child Protection reforms on World Vision's agenda

    2014.06.23 On June 12, a tripartite agreement "Joint project realization of Child Protection Reforms” was signed between the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, World Vision Armenia and the National Institute of Social Research. read more >>

  • Armen and Armine are back home thanks to Orange Armenia Customers

    Armen and Armine are back home thanks to Orange Armenia Customers

    2014.06.20 Over the past two years World Vision Armenia and the Orange Foundation have brought 30 children back home, with the help of the SMS donations by providing families the means they need to be able to take care of their children instead of sending them to night care institutions. read more >>

  • Building a better world through restoration of Biblical values

    Building a better world through restoration of Biblical values

    2014.06.10 Extreme poverty and the absence of adequate social safety systems have led to the deterioration of values within thousands of Armenian families. read more >>

  • Changes required for maternal and child healthcare in Armenia

    Changes required for maternal and child healthcare in Armenia

    2014.06.01 World Vision Armenia works through communities, church leaders, celebrities, mass media as well as government and parliamentary officials to raise the awareness of maternal and child healthcare issues across the country. read more >>

  • World Vision launches a project to combat Gender-based Violence and Sex-selective abortions

    World Vision launches a project to combat Gender-based Violence and Sex-selective abortions

    2014.06.02 On the occasion of the International Children’s Day, World Vision launches ‘Combatting Gender-based Violence and Sex-selective abortions’ project. read more >>

  • Easter on the way – joyful benevolent initiative marks the end of Lent and brings joy to children in need

    Easter on the way – joyful benevolent initiative marks the end of Lent and brings joy to children in need

    2014.04.15 World Vision Armenia, singers Inga and Anoush Arshakyans, artists of Yerevan Puppet Theater and Father Zohrap Manasyan will be attending the Republican Rehabilitation Center for Children to bring joy and encouragement to the children who receive medical services in the Center. read more >>

  • Aparan town students can build robots

    Aparan town students can build robots

    2014.04.07 A Youth Robotics Club was opened in one of the schools in Aparan Town in February 2014. The Aparan High School had a computer lab, where many computers were installed and accessible for the students and teachers to learn new technics on study. The four multipart packages of Robot construction tools were donated to the school to make the children study more efficient in IT sphere. read more >>

  • Extreme wind and snow in March – damaging weather conditions leave farmers hopeless

    Extreme wind and snow in March – damaging weather conditions leave farmers hopeless

    2014.03.31 Armenia is facing extremely cold temperatures, snowfalls and winds all of which causing irreparable damage to the communities of Armenia who depend on agriculture and orchards for income. Although the scale of the damage is still unclear, farmers have lost hope they will have enough agricultural produce to provide for their families. read more >>

  • Christian Courses for Millennium

    Christian Courses for Millennium

    2014.03.31 16-year-old Mariam from Yeghipatrush community, Aparan region, Armenia, is one of the 30 students who regularly attends the newly opened Christian classroom in her community school. “Thanks to the Sunday school I got thoroughly acquainted with my church and its history”, explains Mariam, “now I am quite well aware of the Holy Bible, its main tenets, structure, and the Word of God. I know about the atonement, about our God’s everlasting love and many other things, thanks to these lessons.” read more >>

  • Migrants encounter improved access to HIV prevention services

    Migrants encounter improved access to HIV prevention services

    2014.03.26 World Vision Armenia and the “Real World, Real People” NGO will organize a close-out meeting of the EU funded project “Cross-Border Cooperation for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Impact Mitigation in Southern Caucasus and Russian Federation” on 26 March 2014, at 11:00 at National Center for AIDS Prevention (Avan, Acharyan 2, Yerevan), to present the project outcomes and the best practices of improving access to HIV prevention and treatment services in home and destination countries for migrants. read more >>