A host of problems plague Araks, a village in Armenia’s Armavir Province on the border with Turkey.
In 2013 World Bank provided around 30 million USD as a loan to Republic of Armenia for improving its irrigation systems.
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There is an overwhelming sense among Home 45 participants that the idea of Home will long outlive any location in which it finds itself
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Every morning, three year-old Ani asks the following of her mother – “Mam, let’s go to our house and greet daddy.”
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