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    Energy-saving outdoor illumination system reaches borderland Berdavan

    Outdoor illumination energy-saving system has reached Berdavan village of Tavush region. About 5,425 m long area of the frontier village is provided by lighting through 175 light-holding units with LED lamps. Berdavan is the 15th village, and the 1st in Tavush region, where VivaCell-MTS jointly with the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural […]

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    Green updates from CWR’s edible garden

    We are so excited to share that our edible garden has started giving its first sprouts! This initiative that started early in 2016 suggests setting up a small scale food forest through the application of permaculture and agroforestry techniques – first time in Armenia. As much as 350 wild fruit trees, around 500 wild berry […]

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    A street lighting system has been provided in Lichk community

    The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and VivaCell-MTS have summed up the results of yet another joint program implemented within the framework of The Alternative Energy Project. An outdoor lighting system, consisting of 53 LED lamps, has been installed in Lichk community of Gegharkunik region. As a result of the […]

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    FPWC took part in the 3th Festival of Rural Life and Traditions

    On September 24, FPWC presented its ongoing “Reduction of poverty in Urtsadzor community cluster by developing (self) employment opportunities” project at the 3th Festival of Rural Life and Traditions. FPWC was presenting eco-friendly products’ prototypes that will be circulated throughout local and international markets starting next year. Dried fruit, herbs and honey were displayed in […]

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    A solar water heater was installed in “Gugarq” camp

    On October 1st The Foundation for Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and VivaCell-MTS summed up the results of the serial joint program implemented within the framework of “The Alternative Energy Project”. A solar water heater was installed in “Gugarq” children and youth camp of Lori region. The use of the supply system in […]

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    A street lighting system has been provided in Vahan community

    On September 6 The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and VivaCell-MTS have summed up the results of yet another joint program implemented within the framework of The Alternative Energy Project. An outdoor lighting system, consisting of 51 LED lamps, has been installed in borderland Vahan community of Gegharkunik region. As […]

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    Call for entries SunChild 6th International Environmental Festival

    SunChild International Environmental Festival is excited to announce the call for entries for this year’s film festival, which takes place from 11th to 14th of November, 2016 in Yerevan, Armenia. SunChild International Environmental Festival was established in 2007 by the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC). The organization has since aimed […]

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    814 trees for reforestation

    This year can be considered as an innovative for the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge. Using a variety of modern technologies, more than 850 trees have been planted in the area of 3800 square meters. The reforestation activities are carried out already for 4 years, though the experimental planting processes started in autumn of 2015 and continued […]

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    The villagers will process and implement business plans

    The trainings of ”Reduction of poverty in Urtsadzor community cluster by developing self-employment opportunities” project has started in June. The project financed by the European Union delegation is implemented in Urtsadzor, Lusashogh and Lanjanist communities of Ararat region starting February, 2016. Within the framework of the project in order to create new sources of income […]

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    Biohumus of laid flowers’ stems

    The process of obtaining biohumus, which is made of the flowers’ stems, laid to the Armenian Genocide Memorial on April 24, is almost completed. A part of the flowers, laid to the Armenian Genocide Memorial this year, is collected for a full herbarium, and the stems are being used to make a biogenic fertilizer. The […]

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