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Formation of ACEMC AID LEBANON Community Organisations Relief Aid Committee

Formation of ACEMC AID LEBANON Community Organisations Relief Aid Committee

Armenian Community Emergency Management Committee Aid Lebanon Appeal 8th August 2020 The Armenian Community Council in unison with the Diocese of The Armenian Church of the UK and Ireland and the community organisations listed below express their solidarity with the Armenians of Lebanon following the devastating explosion that rocked Beirut on 4th August.  We offer […]

նախագահ Արմեն Սարգսյանի հեռավար հարցազրույցը Ազատություն ռադիոկայանի

նախագահ Արմեն Սարգսյանի հեռավար հարցազրույցը Ազատություն ռադիոկայանի

նախագահ Արմեն Սարգսյանի հեռավար հարցազրույցը Ազատություն ռադիոկայանի հայկական ծառայության տնօրեն Հրայր Թամրազյանին

COMMUNITY HEALTH INFORMATION BULLETIN – 2

Coronavirus Myths Busted  – Is Coronavirus a living organism? The virus, officially named COVID-19, is technically “not alive”. A virus is simply “a protein super molecule rather than a living organism”. You “cannot kill” the virus, but that does not mean it cannot be destroyed or allowed to decay. The time it takes to break […]

COMMUNITY HEALTH INFORMATION BULLETIN – 1

COMMUNITY HEALT INFORMATION BULLETIN Coronavirus (COVID-19) What you need to do Stay at home Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home) Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people Wash your hands as soon as you get home You can spread the virus even if […]

ACC UK – Community response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dear Community Member, At The Armenian Community Council the health and safety of our community is our top priority.  With that in mind, we want to give you an insight into the steps we are taking, to be extra vigilant amid growing concerns around the actual and projected effects of COVID-19 Coronavirus. Everyday our Council’s […]

Armenia’s Mining Quandary: Developing a Diaspora-linked Economy

Armenia’s Mining Quandary: Developing a Diaspora-linked Economy

  Among the various states that emerged from the demise of the Soviet Union, Armenia had the most well-established diaspora. Owing to a history of marginalization and oppression from various neighboring powers, particularly in the earlier part of the twentieth century, Armenians fled their ethnic homeland in alarming numbers. The mass-killings of more than a […]

Armenia replants trees burnt in wartime blockade

Armenia replants trees burnt in wartime blockade

War and an energy crisis in the early 1990s compelled Armenians to cut down thousands of trees for firewood. The Armenia Tree Project is working to reforest Armenia, but illegal logging poses a major obstacle. Mashtots is a typical neighborhood on the outskirts of Armenia’s capital Yerevan. On a recent Sunday night, children played in […]

Fighting hydros: Armenian village residents oppose government plans to “harness” their river

A fresh tide of environmental protest is starting in Armenia – this time against the construction of a hydro-power plant in the Ijevan preserve. Ecologists say the construction will damage the entire eco-system of the area and will increase landslides. The Government had approved the construction on the Paghjur (Khachaghbyur) river in the northeastern Tavush […]

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