The USD 2 million project, which was launched in 2004, encompassed a business start-up programme, development of a B&B cluster, provision of loans through a revolving credit fund, and ad-hoc capacity development for the Small and Medium Enterprise Development National Center of Armenia (SMEDNC).
The project aimed to enhance the role of young people in local human rights-related advocacy and local decision-making processes. It also aimed to build confidence between different ethnic groups within and between project countries. Project activities focused on vulnerable and marginalised groups, including women and internally displaced people.
The Women in Politics project (WiP) project is implemented jointly by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Armenia and OxYGen Foundation. The project commenced in November 2018 and is due to be competed in 2021. The overall goal of the project is to increase the political participation of women, with specific focus on enhanced representation … Read more