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Develop confidence in the future of the village

Project author: Heghine Vardanyan

Country: Armenia

Address: Baghaberd st., Kapan, Armenia

Date: 2012-09-16 10:24:22

Description

Today many young people living in the villages try to find ways to move to the city or to leave the village as they need to have a rest after very hard physical work and village inhabitants need support to find ways for the improvement of their lives and for the realization. This project will give opportunity to the youth that have limited abilities to have their participation in the prosperity of city.

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Plant a tree, build your green future

Project author: Anna Nahapetyan

Country: Armenia

Address: Yerevan, Armenia

Date: 2012-09-16 09:12:00

Description

The project is aimed at awareness raising on the impact of environmental issues in Armenia with different layers of society in the form of a campaign directed to the prevention of environmental issues risk consequences on Armenia. Due to the lack of information, the majority of the population isn’t aware of the danger and prevention-directed activities of environmental issues. The project intends to get the target community acquainted with the ongoing situation to bring about a tangible change in this matter and result in the decrease of indiscriminate use of resources, environmental pollution, indifference and lack of awareness among the population as well as to teach practicing sustainable consumption.

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"იარე შენს ფერზე

Project author: მარიამ ყალიჩავა

Country: Georgia

Address: რუსთაველის ქუჩა, Зугдиди, Грузия

Date: 2012-09-16 08:28:54

Description

საგზაო წესების ცოდნა და დაცვა აუცილებელია როგორც ავტომობილით, ასევე ფეხით მოსიარულეთათვის, რადგან ხშირ შემთხვევაში სავალალო შედეგები მოჰყვება ხოლმე მათ დარღვევას.

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