One Year of Velvet Revolution – Time to Bridging the Gap

The problem of poverty that has already seized hundreds of thousands of Armenia’s population continues to remain one of the major problems that past governments didn’t tackle for many years. Fighting poverty in the rural areas of Armenia is still a big challenge for the government   after the Velvet Revolution in April 2018. The core question to be asked is the following:  What should be done for … Continue reading One Year of Velvet Revolution – Time to Bridging the Gap

UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace – Armenia

In the sphere of celebrating UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on April 6, Develop Armenia NGO supportive of this initiative, is raising the voice for real sport revolution in our country. We believe in the value, and potential of sports organisations their role, and contribution to social change and human development in Armenia. Sport is a powerful tool to promote youth … Continue reading UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace – Armenia

Support our Youth for EURO 2019 U-19

Did you know that Yerevan will host EURO 2019  under 19 tournament? Did you know that the tournament will be held in July 2019 for 2 weeks? Did you know that the international football family will attend the event in Armenia? ARE WE READY FOR SUCH AS INTERNATIONAL EVENT??? TIME TO SUPPORT OUR YOUTH! Develop Armenia is preparing a campaign to support our national team … Continue reading Support our Youth for EURO 2019 U-19

In World Theater Day, Opera Yerevan Returns Green

  Only Green Spaces Around Opera arounf On March 13, city of Yerevan authorities began dismantling some of the dozens of cafes that have proliferated over the years on former parkland surrounding Yerevan’s central opera house; It is true that the demolition works has annoyed and angered the owners and employees of restaurants and cafes near the Opera Theater, but returning the place to the … Continue reading In World Theater Day, Opera Yerevan Returns Green

EITI Armenia: From Publishing the 1st Report to Contribution on Public Debate

The Republic of Armenia publishes the first National EITI Report of Armenia, which represents the metal mining sector in Armenia in 2016-2017. The report was compiled by Ernst & Young CJSC, the Independent Administrator, and approved by the EITI MSG of Armenia. Armenia on February publicized its first EITI national Report. It is one of the most important results of activities toward the implementation of … Continue reading EITI Armenia: From Publishing the 1st Report to Contribution on Public Debate

Interesting Anti Smoking Movement In Armenia

An Armenian law that came into force in 2005 banned smoking in hospitals, cultural and educational institutions and public buses. Additional restrictions introduced a year later required other entities—including bars and restaurants—to allow smoking only in special secluded areas. However, with no legal sanctions put in place against violations, those measures proved largely ineffective. On Thursday 2nd August 2017 and as part of a new … Continue reading Interesting Anti Smoking Movement In Armenia