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Children/Youth, Environment
ACDI/VOCA is an economic development organization that fosters broad-based economic growth, raises living standards, and creates vibrant communities.

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Human Rights
HART is not just ‘another aid organisation’. We are distinctive in that we combine aid with advocacy, working for peoples suffering from oppression, exploitation and persecution who are generally not served by major aid organisations and are off the radar screen of international media”
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Clean Water
The negative effects of climate change on the agricultural sector will have ramifications for the entire population of Armenia, since the vast majority of the rural population relies on agricultural outputs for their sole source of income.1 The government has been developing interactive workshops and educational talks that will engage farmers in various ways to mitigate the changes in the climate. Currently, climate resilience and disaster prevention are the main focuses of the government regarding the environment.2 The capital city, Yerevan, hosted a dialogue recently on climate change and the impact on the nationâ's national security.3

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Armenia News

Times of India 
NEW DELHI: Indian diplomacy is in for a tough diplomatic balancing act this week, playing host to the Turkish and Cypriot presidents while Vice-President Hamid Ansari is visiting Armenia. Turkey doesn't recognize Cyprus, and Turkish president Recep ... See more..
Most of the Yazidis of Armenia arrived with the wave of refugees who fled the massacres carried out by Ottoman Turks in 1915-23. More than 1 million people, mostly ethnic Armenians but including other non-Muslim minorities within the Ottoman Empire ... See more..
Asbarez Armenian News 
YEREVAN—President Serzh Sarkisian received EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the Crisis in Georgia Herbert Salber on April 26 in Yerevan, announced the presidential press service Armenia. The interlocutors referred to Armenia-EU ... See more..
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Fresno Bee (blog) 
Love has bloomed at an unlikely place: A large monument remembering victims of the Armenian genocide – as many as 1.5 million Armenians killed from 1915 to 1923 at the hands of Ottoman Turks. In the shadow of the gray somber Armenian Genocide ... See more..
LOS ANGELES — – A major conference dedicated to the latest developments and discoveries of Armenian archaeology will take place on Saturday, May 13, 2017, in the main conference room of the Charles E. Young Research Library at UCLA. Titled “New ... See more..
Asbarez Armenian News 
YEREVAN (Armenpress)—President of the Czech Republic Milos Zeman addressed a letter of condolences to the Czech-Armenians and the Armenian people on the occasion of the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, reported “I personally ... See more.. 
Yerevan/Mediamax/. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Edward Nalbandian stated today that Armenia welcomed the resolution on recognition and ... See more..
Armenian armed forces, located in Paravakar, Azatamut villages and on nameless hills in Ijevan region, Voskevan village of Noyemberyan region, in Aygedzor village of Berd region and on nameless hills in Krasnoselsk region subjected to fire the ... See more.. 
The initiative was realized by the Armenian Government in the frames of the memorandum of understanding, signed by Armenian Ministry of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies and the Technology and Science Dynamics on February 24. See more..
The grave of Sevag Balıkcı, an ethnic Armenian, was shot to death by a fellow conscript in the Turkish army in 2011 on the day that Armenians mark as genocide ... See more..
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Southwestern Asia, between Turkey (to the west) and Azerbaijan

Total 29,743 sq km
Land 28,203 sq km
Water 1,540 sq km


highland continental, hot summers, cold winters
Natural Resources

small deposits of gold, copper, molybdenum, zinc, bauxite ;
Natural Hazards

occasionally severe earthquakes; droughts
Current Environmental Issues

soil pollution from toxic chemicals such as DDT; the energy crisis of the 1990s led to deforestation when citizens scavenged for firewood; pollution of Hrazdan (Razdan) and Aras Rivers; the draining of Sevana Lich (Lake Sevan), a result of its use as a source for hydropower, threatens drinking water supplies; restart of Metsamor nuclear power plant in spite of its location in a seismically active zone


2,974,184 (July 2013 est.)
Ethnic Groups


After several years of double-digit economic growth, Armenia faced a severe economic recession with GDP declining more than 14% in 2009, despite large loans from multilateral institutions. Sharp declines in the construction sector and workers' remittances, particularly from Russia, led the downturn. The economy began to recover in 2010 with 2.1% growth, and picked up to 4.6% growth in 2011, before slowing to 3.8% in 2012. Under the old Soviet central planning system, Armenia developed a modern industrial sector, supplying machine tools, textiles, and other manufactured goods to sister republics, in exchange for raw materials and energy. Armenia has since ...See More switched to small-scale agriculture and away from the large agroindustrial complexes of the Soviet era. Since August 2011, Armenia experienced a sharp 15 percent currency depreciation and an increase in the unemployment rate. Armenia's geographic isolation, a narrow export base, and pervasive monopolies in important business sectors have made it particularly vulnerable to the sharp deterioration in the global economy and the economic downturn in Russia. Armenia has only two open trade borders - Iran and Georgia - because its borders with Azerbaijan and Turkey have been closed since 1991 and 1993, respectively, as a result of Armenia's ongoing conflict with Azerbaijan over the separatist Nagorno-Karabakh region. Armenia is particularly dependent on Russian commercial and governmental support and most key Armenian infrastructure is Russian-owned and/or managed, especially in the energy sector. The electricity distribution system was privatized in 2002 and bought by Russia's RAO-UES in 2005. Natural gas is primarily imported from Russia but construction of a pipeline to deliver natural gas from Iran to Armenia was completed in December 2008, and gas deliveries expanded after the April 2010 completion of the Yerevan Thermal Power Plant. Armenia's severe trade imbalance has been offset somewhat by international aid, remittances from Armenians working abroad, and foreign direct investment. Armenia joined the WTO in January 2003. The government made some improvements in tax and customs administration in recent years, but anti-corruption measures have been ineffective and the economic downturn has led to a sharp drop in tax revenue and forced the government to accept large loan packages from Russia, the IMF, and other international financial institutions. Amendments to tax legislation, including the introduction of the first ever "luxury tax" in 2011, aim to increase the ratio of budget revenues to GDP, which still remains at low levels. Armenia will need to pursue additional economic reforms and to strengthen the rule of law in order to regain economic growth and improve economic competitiveness and employment opportunities, especially given its economic isolation from two of its nearest neighbors, Turkey and Azerbaijan. Show Less ;
GDP Purchasing Power Parity

$19.97 billion (2012 est.); $18.63 billion (2011 est.); $17.8 billion (2010 est.)
Gross National Saving

20.7% of GDP (2012 est.); 18.9% of GDP (2011 est.); 16.7% of GDP (2010 est.)
Agriculture Products

fruit (especially grapes), vegetables; livestock

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