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Oxfam: active civil society may boost living standards in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Formation of active civil society may intensify government efforts to reduce inequality and ensure better social conditions for citizens, Oxfam organization’s Armenian branch representative said.

As Anahit Chitchyan noted, lawyers employed in the organization are called to protect the consumer rights.

“Oxfam has succeeded in mobilizing the youth and business ladies to solve social problems in the rural areas,” she said.

The organization has conducted a monitoring of partial payment system for health care services.

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