A Workshop under the World Bank (WB) took place between June 24 and July 4 2012 at the Russian Institute of Continuous Education in Forestry (VIPKLKh) in Pushkino. Its objective was to discuss the training manual on how to...[more]

"Europe Day is a special occasion for the European Union. Not only does it mark the beginning of European integration, but it also symbolizes common European values. Today we celebrate Europe in Armenia and we hope that all...[more]

In the framework of ENPI FLEG activities, WWF-Armenia is going to support the Dsegh community in the establishment of a tourism program as one of the pilot projects on alternative forest use in communities. The project is aimed...[more]

The acting Forest Code of Armenia was adopted in 2005 and introduced new and progressive forms of forest ownership, forest classification and principles of forest use. However, ENPI FLEG Armenia identified the need for additional...[more]

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between WWF-Armenia and the Dsegh Community on the implementation of an ecotourism development project. Bed-and-breakfast facilities will be created to enable local households to...[more]

Demand for wood far exceeds the official supply according to the "Understanding the Forestry Sector of Armenia: Current Conditions and Choices" study (full report is available here:...[more]

The Guide to Forest Legislation was developed by WWF Armenia, in cooperation with the Environmental Public Advocacy Center NGO. This is the first resource in Armenian language to focus on the Republic of Armenia (RoA) Forest Code...[more]

With IUCN’s support, an Armenian-English website was created for the Hayantar State Non-Commercial Organization. The aim of the website is to provide information about the activities of Hayantar. Visitors can access forest...[more]

"Species go extinct, rivers dry up, homes collapse, every time you cut a tree." This is the slogan of one of the three public service announcements (PSAs), produced by Altera Multimedia Production Company and...[more]

Current issues of forest management were assessed during the ENPI FLEG National Program Advisory Committee‘s field trip in Armenia, which was organized by the World Bank’s Yerevan Office on 23 June. Committee members –...[more]

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