Who do we help?
Many familes, especially in villages, find themselves in extreme poverty, living in houses devoid of basic normal living conditions. 90% of them don't have a fridge, washing machine, even an electric kettle to heat the unfiltered water that is provided to them.
Many children are hungry for days at a time because their families are not able to survive on the minimal welfare benefit and resources that the government provides.
Disabled children are not well supported by the government. They don't have access to needed physical therapies or medical care. Families have no choice but to pay for treatments on their own. This is a necessity that most can't afford, especially those who live well below the poverty line.
More than 30% of the Armenian population is 65 years or older. And over 50% of them are poor, living well below the poverty line.
To a large degree, they depend on outside care and support from families. Many of these elderly have no access to primary or emergency healthcare nor do they have people to care for them