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Operation Armenia, A year in Review: International Humanitarian Aid to Long-term Infrastructure Support

International Education Week

Operation Armenia, A year in Review: International Humanitarian Aid to Long-term Infrastructure Support

As part of UCLA's 2021 International Education Week, The Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA presents "Operation Armenia, A year in Review: International Humanitarian Aid to Long-term Infrastructure Support."

Friday, November 19, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (Pacific Time)

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The recent war launched on Nagorno Karabagh (Artsakh) and the subsequent humanitarian crisis led to the formation of Operation Armenia, a coordinated effort of a dedicated interdisciplinary team providing immediate medical disaster relief to Artsakh and Armenia. Over time, the focus of this group shifted from immediate humanitarian aid to long-term infrastructure support.

This panel will present the accomplishments of Operation Armenia over the past year and its shift from providing immediate disaster relief to long-term support, the challenges that the initiative has faced, as well as summary of upcoming and ongoing projects.  

 


Sponsor(s): The Promise Armenian Institute