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    Tree Planting in Mozrov, Armenia

    5000 new trees were planted in 8ha area of Mozrov village on November 9-10. This is the second tree planting initiative of FPWC within the frameworks of “Forest Landscape Restoration” project was in Mozrov village, Vayots Dzor Province. These seedlings were produced in the nursery of Caucasus Wildlife Refuge, established by FPWC.  By the way, […]

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    Tree planting in Vardahovit

    On October 5 a tree planting was implemented in Vardahovit village, where 20 school-age children were involved from ecological clubs in Agarakadzor and Khndzorut communities as well as from Vardahovit main school. Children gained knowledge on planting trees and practically applied their skills through planting ash-trees, apple-trees, pear trees, and various bushes. Through this program, […]

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    SunChild international environmental travel film festival

    In October and November, the “SunChild” International Environmental Festival has been continued. In the scope of this festival, meetings were held at Darbnik, Lusashogh, Agarakadzor, Khndzorut secondary schools and Charentsavan #2 main school. During these meetings, school-age children had an opportunity to watch wildlife films and discuss environmental issues of their communities. The meetings were […]

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    Gnishik village to launch irrigation system in spring with VivaCell-MTS support

    VivaCell-MTS and the Foundation for Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) continue supporting the development of rural communities. These year’s programs are currently under implementation. The tangible results of these programs will be visible upon the solution of the problems they address, and even more so, in the long-term perspective. The installation of the pipeline for […]

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    Certificate of Honor for reconstruction and improvement of Yerevan Zoo.

    Ruben Khachatryan, the Director of FPWC received Certificate of Honor from Hayk Marutyan, Yerevan Major on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of FPWC, for the great contribution to the nature preservation in Armenia and the reconstruction and improvement of Yerevan Zoo. 6 workers of Yerevan Zoo were were granted Certificates of Appreciation for their […]

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    The 24th EARAZA Conference which Yerevan held for the first time is over.

    The 24th EARAZA Conference which Yerevan held for the first time is over. It was held in Yerevan for the first time. During past 4 days 120 representatives of 80 Zoological parks delivered speeches, shared their experience and discussed key professional issues. The organizer of EARAZA Conference was FPWC under the umbrella of Ministry of […]

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    The participants of EARAZA conference visited Yerevan zoo today.

    They made a tour in the park and observed the conditions. Those who have been here before gave positive assessment to the changes. They also discussed programs related to cooperation in the field of animal breeding and exchange. Yerevan Zoo held “Hay Sculpture Day” event today and Mels Gevorgyan hold a workshop. By the way, […]

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    This year Yerevan hosts the Eurasian Regional Association of Zoos & Aquariums (EARAZA) Conference for the first time.

    From 29 October till 1 November 120 participants from 80 zoological parks will deliver speeches. They will share their experience and discuss key professional issues. Minister of Nature Protection, representatives of Yerevan Municipality, President of EARAZA, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan, CEO of VivaCell-MTS, delegates from the CIS and European countries, directors of zoological […]

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    Bringing Water to every house in Tigranashen

    In September 22, 2018 20 volunteers from HSBC Bank Armenia visited Tigranashen community, met the local people to learn about their concerns over the current water supply issues (water quality, limited hours of water, etc.). It was followed by the riverbed clean-up of Vedi river and placing the sings to prevent the water stream from […]

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