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Oxfam in Armenia: Lifting Lives to Lift the Others for 20 Years in Armenia.

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Oxfam in Armenia: Lifting Lives to Lift the Others for 20 Years in Armenia.

  1. 1. Oxfam in Armenia Country programme OXFAM IN ARM ENIA A FUTUREFREEFROM THEINJUSTICEOF POVERTY
  2. 2. Page 2 Capital - Yerevan Population - 3,285,767 Area - 29,743 sq.km Poverty rate - 35 percent GDP growth - 3.2% Human Development Index- 87/187 GINI index- 0.31 Sources: RA National Statistical Service, Human Development Report, 2012-13 Armenia Country Context
  3. 3. Page 3 OXFAM PROGRAMME STRATEGIC AREAS IN ARMENIA RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND FOOD SECURITY ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP ACCOUNTABLE GOVERNANCE
  4. 4. Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme
  5. 5. Page 5 Programme Priorities  Promotion of sustainable agricultural production and development of market linkages for smallholder farmers. Strengthening resilience of rural communities to agricultural risks related to Climate change. Promotion of pro-poor agricultural policies, influencing government, private sector and international development agencies to invest in rural economic and social development. Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme Programme Interventions
  6. 6. Page 6 Establishment of farmers’ co-operatives (women and mixed) Establishment of new climate adaptive rural business and social enterprise models Farmers’ capacity building on agri-business management, marketing and agricultural new practices and technologies Improvement of co-operatives’ access to new and better markets Increasing smallholder farmers’ women and men access to smooth loans Raising awareness of smallholder farmers about agri-products’ market prices using ICT Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme Programme components at grass roots level.
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  8. 8. Page 8 Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme Programme Interventions at national level. Influencing national policies through multi-stakeholders partnership and national platforms/ Alliances
  9. 9. Page 9  Establishment of Agricultural Alliance in Armenia initiated by Oxfam (2011)  Signing MOU between Agri-Alliance and Ministry of Agriculture (2013)  Revision of RASD 2010-2020 for new 2015-2025 (2014-2015)  Improvement of new Country Food security Concept /Strategy (2014-2015)  Joint work by Agri-Alliance and MOA on draft of Law on Agricultural Cooperatives(2014)  Replication of Oxfam’s rural economic development model by many INGO and Government (rural business/social enterprises) Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme Programme achievements in advocacy and national policy influencing work
  10. 10. Page 10  Women Economic Empowerment and Leadership (WEE and WEL)  promotion and facilitation of women coops’ establishment  promotion and facilitation of gender sensitive value chains  FFH /GROW annual campaigns  Profound research/surveys and analyses on women role and potential in agri-value chain Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme Programme Interventions. Gender approaches WEE and WEL
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  12. 12. Page 12 Rural Economic Development and Food Security Programme Programme Interventions Leveraging resources: intelligence /human and financial
  13. 13. Building Community resilience Toward Sustainable Development
  14. 14. Page 14 Programme Priorities  Increase capacity of local communities (especially women) to identify and address the needs of the most vulnerable populations (including women, men, children and elderly) in the wake of disasters.  Decrease vulnerability of communities face less risk to potential disasters through planning, mitigation and adaptation.  Policy Advocacy with disaster risk reduction leading agencies and government authorities to achieve greater impact. Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme
  15. 15. Page 15 Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme DRR Public Awareness
  16. 16. Page 16 Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme Preparedness capacity development
  17. 17. Page 17 Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme School Safety
  18. 18. Page 18 Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme Tree Planting
  19. 19. Page 19 Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme Youth promoting climate change adaptation mechanisms
  20. 20. Page 20  Advocacy at the national level to DRR National Platform and Ministry of the Emergency Situations  Oxfam is viewed as a a strong DRR advocate at local, regional and national levels  Oxfam is a leader in promotion of gender in DRR in Armenia  Oxfam is a promoter of a resilient community model through integration of DRR and CCA into rural economic development projects.  Oxfam is a part of the country Interagency Contingency Planning. Our Programme Interventions: Disaster Risk Reduction Programme
  21. 21. Amplifying the voices of the poor and marginalised: Active citizenship
  22. 22. Page 22 Support Active Citizens confronting poverty Our Programme Interventions: Support Active Citizens Confronting Poverty Mobilization of active youth and women for local level advocacy and campaigning Free legal advice to the poor and vulnerable, especially women. Link to Diaspora youth and lawyers Wide public awareness and capacity building of youth, women, civil society organizations Human Rights Campaign, December 10Citizens writing one reform suggestion on CS Day GROW campaign, street petition
  23. 23. Page 23 Local residents insert money into the donation box. Women mayor of Torunik in support of the SF“My Vote is Power” campaign Young peer educators engaged in SRH training
  24. 24. Accountable governance Increasing Civil Society Participation in National Policy Dialogue in Armenia
  25. 25. Page 25 Support Active Citizens confronting poverty Our Programme Interventions: Active Citizens – Effective Governance Programme Priorities  Public budget expenditure monitoring by 40 CSOs  Significant evidence base created by CSO coalitions on delivery of public Budget projects  Representative and articulate coalitions influence government policies.
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  27. 27. Page 27 Support Active Citizens confronting poverty Our Programme Interventions: My Health, My Right programme Pieces of research contributing our national level advocacy work 2013 Health Care Budget Analysis Social Impact of Co-Payment System Key Factors Influencing Young People’s Health and Development
  28. 28. PUBLIC CAMPAIGNING We make an even greater impact with campaigning together for fighting poverty and inequality.
  29. 29. Impact and lasting transformational change Page 29 Local to global alignments with focus on national level advocacy
  30. 30. RAISING HER VOICE ESSENTIAL SERVICES MY HEALTH MY RIGHT
  31. 31. Lifting campaigns From grass roots to national level Food and Climate Change Justice CONTRIBUTING TO UPCOMING Inequality campaign
  32. 32. Strengthen people’s ability to raise their voice for lasting change Research and follow up recommendations Postcard and letter-writing actions, Petitions/ on line actions Reaching critical mass to challenge power –networks and alliances Digital activism with diaspora, facilitating transborder contacts between citizens Mass lobbies of parliament Media campaigns, press conference, TV, radio reports, Social Adds, media stunt Badges, T-shirts, wristbands, posters and other merchandiseViral campaigns via ICTs, e-mail and social networking sites (eg. Twitter, Facebook, blogs), Public rallies, Direct actions it is time to Act
  33. 33. Focus on early deliverables Go where energy is React quickly to changing opportunities It’s very much about communications
  34. 34. Page 34 BUDGET 2014/2015
  35. 35. Page 35 CURRENT DONORS 14/15
  36. 36. LOOKING AHEAD Oxfam in Armenia has extensive experience in national level advocacy, campaigning and leveraging as well as demonstrates strong commitment to contribute to Oxfam’s 2020 vision (3 “I”s), including Global “Food and Climate Justice” and “Inequality” campaigns. • WE are ready to negotiate for establishing Oxfam strategic partnership after spin off in 2017. • WE believe we can contribute and benefit from being involved in Oxfam global campaigns after 2017. •WE anticipate support from Oxfam after 2017 at least for the next 3-5 years.

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