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Promote social innovation in the technical vocational education sector in order to create equal employment opportunities as a basic human right for Young People with Disabilities (YPWD) and generate shared growth.

Continue to provide support to SDP of Government of Armenia through increasing the quality of VET sector in order to make it more relevant to the needs of the labour market and of the individuals.

The overall objective of the Action is to improve solid waste management in Kotayk with an integrated solid waste management programme.

The project will improve municipal water supply in selected municipalities within Tavush, Lori, Shirak, Gegharkunik, Kotayk, Syunik, and Vayots Dzor Marzes/regions and rehabilitate waste water treatment plants and sewerage collectors in the municipalities of Dilijan and Jermuk.

North-South Road Corridor crosses the territory of Armenia from the South to the North including Agarak-Kapan-Yerevan-Gyumri-Bavra highways and road infrastructures and is linked to the Georgian road network leading to Poti and Batumi ports.

This project contributes to sustainable community development and to improving the capacities of civil society organisations (CSOs) in generating income through running social entrepreneurship projects.

To contribute to the poverty alleviation and sustainable development of Vayots Dzor region of Armenia through development of agricultural and transport infrastructures and target groups capacities in 5 communities of Vayk cluster in Vayots Dzor region and increase of quantity and quality of services delivered by local government in Vayk through active civic groups and empowerment of intercommunity collaboration.

Support to and empowerment of women owned businesses providing services to tourism sector by creation of employment opportunities via replication of the model of Armenian Culture, Art and Culinary Centre in Tavush marz and providing support to the newly established businesses at the Armenian Cultural, Art and Culinary Centers.

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