Significant community issues sometimes have small underlying causes!
The peace in our community is sometimes disturbed by such natural disasters as downpours, landslides and hurricanes …
Follow our heroes and let’s build a safe community together.
Let’s create a safety culture and a safe environment for all of us together!
Participants of the Forum were representatives from different sectors: public and private, government and civil society, educational institutions, media. Thanks to the support from the Visegrad Fund the Forum hosted special guest from Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia and Poland who shared their knowledge and expertise and discussed a potential of collaboration and replication in Tavush marz.
29.03.2017 Tavush Resilience II Forum
On March 29, Oxfam and “OxYGen” foundation, jointly with Tavush marzpetaran and “National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction” foundation, launched the second forum of Tavush marz resilience forum under the “DRR Education and Education in DRR” theme. The aim of the meeting is to create a platform to discuss the issues of school safety in a comprehensive manner, to raise the awareness on the importance of DRR in education, and present progress and issues in this field.
07.03.2016. Female Food Hero 2016
“Agriculture is an important sector in our economy and women play a major role in it” stated Sergo Karapetyan, the minister of Agriculture, during “Female Food Hero 2016” annual award on March 7th.
28.06.2016. EU continues to support Disaster Risk Reduction in South Caucasus.
Armenian partners unite to save lives and livelihoods by boosting preparedness for natural disasters.
17.10.2016 Creative Competition “Building Resilient Communities”
OxYGen Foundation together with Oxfam is announcing a creative competition entitled “Building Resilient Communities”. Apply before November 20, 2016. The results will be finalized on the 7th of December.
23.03.2016. Diaspora Donors Pledge $350,000 to Match Syrian Refugee Support in Armenia
At a major donor conference in Yerevan, the Armenian Redwood Project (ARP) announced that a broad coalition of diaspora philanthropists and organizations had pledged up to $350,000 to significantly augment the emergency housing-assistance program in Armenia for Syrian-Armenian refugees. These funds will be essential in continuing the program initiated by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 2016.