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Last updated: July 16, 2021

July 16, 2021

A critical part of USAID’s work around the world is building the capacity of local organizations to drive continued change and improvement. In Armenia the Center for Agribusiness & Rural Development Foundation (CARD) has grown over the last 16 years from a fledgling organization unsure of its viability to a vital USAID partner and a financial and commercial success, with the capacity to transform Armenia’s agricultural systems. 

March 10, 2021

USAID Armenia CDCS 2020-2025 Factsheet

March 10, 2021

USAID Armenia CDCS 2020-2025 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

December 30, 2020

From June 15 -October 15, USAID’s “My Armenia” project, implemented in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution, and in collaboration with Solimar International, launched a four-month virtual technical assistance program for Destination Management Organization (DMO) development.  55 private sector and local community representatives from My Armenia’s five target regions followed a series of online lessons aimed at increasing knowledge on establishing, managing and building DMO capacity.

December 30, 2020

In Armenia, the fish-farming industry is one of Ararat Valley’s largest consumers of groundwater resources, accounting for approximately 50% of water use.  To stop the loss of valuable water, USAID’s ASPIRED Project collaborated with the Aquaculture Technologies Transfer Center (ATTC) and key government and fish-farming sector representatives to develop a testing site at the Armavir Farmer LLC fish farm.  There, new technologies in water use are being tested and analyzed.  If an innovation is found to be successful, it can be