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May 17, 2022

Fact Sheet_Accountability_May2022

December 6, 2021

Just over 20 years ago, USAID began a four year program that led to the revitalization of the city of Gyumri, jump-started a privatized housing market, and moved 7,000 households out of “temporary” housing after more than a decade following a devastating earthquake.  The Earthquake Zone Recovery Program (EQRZP) followed a market-driven approach and demonstrated extraordinary cooperation among donors, civil society organizations, and the Government of Armenia.  The program led to a highly successful model that the government continues to use today when assisting disaster victims.  It also le

December 1, 2021

Country Profile

September 28, 2021

For decades, water usage in Armenia’s fertile Ararat Valley has suffered from a classic case of the tragedy of the commons.  Corruption and weak enforcement of existing regulations, government decisions informed by outdated data and calculations, a rapid increase in the number of fish farms, and poor infrastructure resulted in users extracting far more water than could naturally recharge.  Due to this over-exploitation from

July 16, 2021

A critical part of USAID’s work around the world is building the capacity of local organizations to drive continued change and improvement. In Armenia the Center for Agribusiness & Rural Development Foundation (CARD) has grown over the last 16 years from a fledgling organization unsure of its viability to a vital USAID partner and a financial and commercial success, with the capacity to transform Armenia’s agricultural systems. 


Last updated: May 17, 2022

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