Angela Stepanyan

Four families left in a village

There are no appropriate living conditions in Tlik village: one has to pass 15km just to buy a packet of salt

Better not get sick

Outpatient clinics in some villages need ‘treatment’ themselves  in order to provide services to people

Waste dumps just everywhere

Armavir’s sanitary clearness issue has been officially solved, but the waste keeps growing around the town    

A dead-end prospect

Armenian experts’ comments on the economic potential of Armenia-Iran cooperation

Tasty but not profitable

Farmers estimate how much a kilo of apricots will cost them and at what price it will be more beneficial to sell the crops to factories

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