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Three children recently had their eyesight saved thanks to the diagnostics and treatment provided at our Center of Excellence for the Prevention of Childhood Blindness in Yerevan.


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We are proud to report that, despite the challenges of 2020, the Armenian EyeCare Project was able to open our fifth Regional Eye Center in Armenia last fall! Located in the city of Yeghegnadzor in the Vayots Dzor province, the Vahakn Aglamishian AECP Regional Eye Center was opened in October 2020 and brings eye care to the thousands of Armenians living in the region.


artsakh child refugee

Elinar is only seven years old but she has already experienced the horror of war. The morning of September 27, 2020 Elinar woke up to the sound of bombs going off near her home.


The second part of the AECP-CHLA 18th International Conference – dedicated to neonatology and pediatrics – will start Monday February 15 and continue to Thursday February 18 through a series of online events free for participants all over the world.


Nune Yeghiazaryan

Last fall, the Armenian EyeCare Project’s Country Director, Nune Yeghiazaryan, was asked to speak at the World Health Organization’s webinar for World Diabetes Day.


What has the Armenian EyeCare Project accomplished in its nearly 30 years of service in Armenia? Check out the infographic our team put together to see all that our organization has done since it was founded in 1992.


On September 27, 2020, Azerbaijan launched violent attacks on Karabakh (also known as Artsakh), targeting Armenian civilians and propelling Armenia’s military to act. Like many others in our community, these attacks have left me both heartbroken and driven to help.


On September 27, early in the morning, Azerbaijan launched violent attacks along the border of Artsakh.


Registration for the AECP-CHLA 18th International Conference is now open! If you’d like to attend the virtual conference, you can do so in three easy steps.


The Armenian EyeCare Project will be hosting one of its biggest annual events a little differently this year as our organization prepares to go virtual due to the coronavirus.


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