Skilled Diasporans eager to volunteer, help Armenia develop

Skilled Diasporans eager to volunteer, help Armenia develop

PanARMENIAN.Net - Beginners and skilled specialists from the Diaspora and not only are eager to volunteer in Armenia to benefit the development of the country, according to information provided by the Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC) and Birthright Armenia (Depi Hayk), a volunteer internship enhancement program.

90 volunteers from the various corners of the world are currently engaged in the country, getting to work with a great diversity of organizations and companies, the two foundations said in a press release.

The volunteers provide psychological support, social services, and perform other work.

For the past two decades, the Depi Hayk and the AVC foundations have provided volunteering opportunities to those who wish to connect with local organizations.

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