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EU supports opening of new centre in Meghri

11 September 2013

A centre for the protection of individual and community social-economic rights was opened in Meghri, Syunik marz, on 25 July 2013.
The opening ceremony was attended by almost two dozen representatives from local authorities and municipalities, non-governmental organisations, and social and healthcare institutions.
The aim of the centre is to assist those people who approach it for support. Staff will provide professional social-economic rights assistance to individuals and communities in Meghri and its environs.
The centre will operate within the framework of the EU-funded “Know your rights” project, which has a budget of €150,000. The project is being implemented by the “Youth Centre of Syunik” NGO and will last for 18 months.

‘The main goal of the project is to raise awareness on social-economic rights and their protection in Armenia, particularly in Syunik region. The centre will be open every day and will try to answer all the questions put to it. At the end of the project, all the equipment of this centre will be given to the Meghri Municipality,’ said Project Manager Anni Hayrapetyan.

EU supports opening of new centre in Meghri

A centre for the protection of individual and community social-economic rights was opened in Meghri, Syunik marz, on 25 July 2013. The opening ceremony was attended by almost two dozen representatives from local authorities and municipalities, non-governmental organisations, and social and healthcare institutions. The aim of the centre is to assist those people who approach it for support. Staff will provide professional social-economic rights assistance to individuals and communities in Meghri and its environs. The centre will operate within the framework of the EU-funded “Know your rights” project, which has a budget of €150,000. The project is being implemented by the “Youth Centre of Syunik” NGO and will last for 18 months. ‘The main goal of the project is to raise awareness on social-economic rights and their protection in Armenia, particularly in Syunik region. The centre will be open every day and will try to answer all the questions put to it. At the end of the project, all the equipment of this centre will be given to the Meghri Municipality,’ said Project Manager Anni Hayrapetyan.