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Mission Armenia is one of the first not-for-profit organisations to be established in Armenia after the 1988 Spitak Earthquake which occurred in the northern region of Armenia.
Mission Armenia works successfully with state, non-state, local self-governmental bodies, local, international organisations, such as:Migration ServiceMinistry of Labour and Social AffairsMinistry of EducationScience, Culture and SportMinistry of HealthHuman Rights Defender OfficePublic Defender OfficeThe United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)European UnionAction Against HungerPeople In NeedACTEDInternational Organization for Migration (IOM)World Food Programme (WFP)World BankEurasia Partnership FoundationKASA FoundationArmenian Association of Social Workers (AASW)SOS Children’s VillagesArmenian CaritasWorld Vision ArmeniaArmenian Red Cross SocietyFund for Armenian Relief (FAR) and its Children’s Support CentreUMCOR Armenia FoundationOpen Society FoundationsAleppo CCOWomen’s Support CentreCentre for Coordination of Syrian-Armenians’ Issues NGOArmenian General Benevolent Unionand many other stakeholders. Mission Armenia is a member of local, regional, and international networks, such as: HelpAge International; Global Alliance for the rights of Older People; AgeNet International.
Mission Armenia works successfully with state, non-state, local self-governmental bodies, local, international organisations, such as:
Mission Armenia is a member of local, regional, and international networks, such as: HelpAge International; Global Alliance for the rights of Older People; AgeNet International.
Mission Armenia ensures the protection, inclusion, empowerment and mainstreaming of vulnerable groups in Armenia by providing social, legal, psychological, health services, as well as providing food and non-food items. All current projects are listed on the Mission Armenia website. (
Current projects link – http://www.mission.am/NEW/prog/index.php?iL=1&iM=1020107,
Implemented projects link – http://www.mission.am/NEW/prog/past.php?iL=1&iM=1020106.
Priority is given to elderly, people with disabilities, refugees and asylum seekers, persons in refugee-like situation and other displaced populations, as well as stateless persons and people at the risk of statelessness, etc.
Note: The definition of Refugees and Asylum Seekers is as per UNHCR charter and is not open to individual interpretation
Donors can determine what initiative or project identified by Mission Armenia their sponsorship funds are to be allocated.
Mission Armenia has been successful in obtaining grants on an annual basis from the Government of Armenia due to their long-standing track record.
Mission Armenia also receives funds from international donors (UNHCR, EU, PIN, Save the Children, AAH, etc.) across the globe that support specific projects initiated by them and implemented by Mission Armenian in Armenia.
Private Donor sponsorship.
Mission Armenia has a Department of Finance and a Department of Accounting, which are responsible for maintaining the Organisation’s Financial Management System.
Mission Armenia conducts financial management in accordance with Manual of Accounting and Financial Policies (MAFP) and Procedures, based on the RA law on “Accounting” and as per International Financial Reporting Standards.
The verification of financial reports and documents is done by the President of Mission Armenia.
The Government of Armenian requires an independent financial audit to be undertaken by all charities within the country on an annual basis.
The projects implemented by Mission Armenia undergo independent auditing on a yearly basis by local and international auditing companies (e.g. PKF Audit Service LLC, BDO Jordan, NDO LLB, Audit Service LLC) as per the requirement of each donor. Both financial and service quality audits are undertaken.
Yes, this can be viewed on the Mission Armenia annual audit.
Mission Armenia has a workforce of +330 permanent staff working throughout the various provinces of Armenia and districts of Yerevan. Out of 330 permanent staff members 86 are based in Mission Armenia Head office in Yerevan.
The staff are responsible for managing and executing the various initiatives within their respective province.
Staff members are paid according to the type of initiative being executed within the funded projects.
Private Donor sponsorship funds are also used to pay staff, like Australian charities.
Yes, generated during Mission Armenia annual audit.
Based on projects’ working plans, Mission Armenia provides monthly, quarter or final narrative and financial reports on projects’ progress, as well as donors can follow progress on the Mission Armenia website or via social media channels.
Mission Armenia is not affiliated with a church or political party.
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