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In January 2021, Mission Armenia established the Artsakh Social Assistance Centre located in Stepanakert. The centre provides social and psychological services, legal support and humanitarian assistance to conflict affected persons of Artsakh addressing their urgent needs, and ensuring gradual adaptation in the post-war reality. The humanitarian assistance includes provisions for food, household goods, clothing, bed linen, etc.
In response to the identified needs Mission Armenia is providing food and non-food items listed below.
Hygiene kits and kits to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Clothes and shoes (also gift cards for clothing)
Heaters, bed and bedding and other domestic items
Children development toys and stationary items
Shelter through its social housing facilities to displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh in Yerevan and RA regions
To mitigate COVID-19 risks for vulnerable groups, including displaced persons from Nagorno-Karabakh in Armenia, Mission Armenia supported local efforts and public shelter centres by providing protective equipment and installing dispensers for disinfectants, as well as providing awareness raising materials on COVID-19 prevention in the form of leaflets and posters, and through Radio-broadcasting.
To support urgent food, security, nutrition, hygiene and health needs for displaced persons and vulnerable host communities and families in Armenia, Mission Armenia hosts counselling sessions for mothers, pregnant women and lactating women (PLW) on breastfeeding and infant and young child feeding practices.
These sessions are conducted on a one on one basis and they provide psychosocial support to PLW and caregivers of children under 2 years of age.
To address child safeguarding issues and to ensure that vulnerable families with children are able to meet their basic shelter needs, the organisation also provides monetary assistance and implements activities aimed at raising awareness on COVID-19 and child protection among the displaced population and public in general in Yerevan and regional areas based on a comprehensive individual needs assessment and mapping.
To ensure access to adequate shelter for vulnerable displaced persons from Nagorno-Karabakh, Mission Armenia is assisting in improving living conditions of collective shelters through;
Currently the Organisation is implementing Rapid Food Security Assessment among the vulnerable household in RA including those hosting families from Nagorno Karabakh in Yerevan and RA regions.
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