A Course for Displaced and Temporary Residents of Artsakh


A three-month training course for social work specialists (para-professionals) has started for individuals who were forcibly displaced from Artsakh as a result of the 44-day war and are temporarily living in the Republic of Armenia.

The Armenian Association of Social Workers in cooperation with the Permanent Representation of Armenia in the Republic of Armenia, launched a three-month training course for social work specialists (para-professionals) for Artsakh citizens who were forcibly displaced from their homes as a result of the 44-day war.


The beginning of the courses was welcomed by the permanent representative of Artsakh, Sergey Ghazaryan, who noted: "We hope that after completing the three-month social work courses, we will be able to attract all the professional potential and effectively apply it in various programs. I wish everyone success."


The president of the association, Mira Antonyan, noted that after the war, we are in need of social work specialists who will provide professional support to people.


The course is conducted by the lecturers of YSU Faculty of Sociology, Chair of Social Work and Social Technologies, Nune Geghamyan, Suzanna Juharyan, and Association expert, Manya Karapetyan.


The course was implemented under the "REACT. "Humanitarian support and integration of conflict-affected persons", which was made possible by the "Man in Need" NGO of the Armenian Association of Social Workers, the Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development (ACTED), and "Mission Armenia" NGO.



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