Armenia

8
civilian internees were voluntarily repatriated from Azerbaijan to Armenia and the remains of a deceased civilian were returned from Azerbaijan.
2,400
residents of three border communities gained reliable access to drinking water through improved water networks.
600
military personnel learned more about IHL and the ICRC through training programmes and information sessions.
450
trees were planted in three villages along the international border to ensure safer access to schools and kindergartens for more than 3,000 people.
367
residents of six border communities received cash grants to help make up for production lost when the conflict escalated in the summer.
680
farming households in two conflict-affected border communities received fertilizer and herbicides to increase their wheat harvest, plus protective clothing.
152
families of missing persons received loans to start small businesses, cash for household needs, training and counselling with the help of the Armenian Red Cross Society and local partners.
6
basic first-aid courses were delivered by the Armenian Red Cross Society for members of conflict-affected communities along the international border.

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