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Tuesday, 3 October 2023

People forcibly displaced from Nagorno Karabakh can apply for job through the website

Prime Minister's Press Secretary Nazeli Baghdasaryan continues to present the latest data on forcibly displaced people from Nagorno Karabakh three times a day, live from the Government's "Humanitarian Center", as well as provide details on the Government's support programs, which are about solving housing, employment, food, as well as healthcare problems.

In particular, according to the latest data, the number of people forcibly displaced from Nagorno Karabakh is 100,617, the number of vehicles that crossed the Hakari bridge is 21,191, and the number of registered persons is 91,918. More than 50 percent of the registered persons have used the accommodations offered by the Government, and those citizens who have residences can benefit from other social assistance programs of the Government.

According to the latest data, 345 people are receiving treatment in medical institutions of Armenia. Many of them remain in critical and extremely critical condition. There are 9 children in the intensive care unit, 2 of them show positive health dynamics.

Next, Nazeli Baghdasaryan presented the social support programs launched by the Government, according to which each person forcibly displaced from Nagorno Karabakh will receive a lump sum of 100,000 AMD from the state. The press secretary once again presented the process of receiving the money, according to which people who have bank cards will receive the money in the next few days, and those who do not have bank cards should approach any nearby bank and open a bank card account from which they will get that money. Opening a bank card account and issuing a card will be free of charge. After opening a bank card account, there is no need to submit it to the Unified Social Service, it is enough just to approach the bank and open a card account. For minor children, the money will be allocated as follows: the child's mother must attach the child's data to the platform to be launched on the website of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, so that the transfer is made to her account.

By another program, each forcibly displaced person will receive 40,000 AMD from the state to rent an apartment and 10,000 AMD for utility costs. The transfer of these funds will also be carried out cashless through bank card accounts.

The medical care of people forcibly displaced from Nagorno Karabakh is carried out within the framework of the state order. This applies both to persons affected by military aggression, as well as to persons injured in the explosion of the fuel base and those suffering from chronic diseases.

According to the press secretary of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs has launched the platform, through which people forcibly displaced from Nagorno Karabakh can apply for a suitable job. At the moment, the website there are about 4,500 vacancies in the website.

Nazeli Baghdasaryan also presented the vacancies in the fields of healthcare and education, according to which, in regions, in general, there are 273 vacancies for senior healthcare workers and 59 vacancies for paramedical workers. The distribution by regions is as follows: Aragatsotn: 37, Ararat: 26, Armavir: 13, Gegharkunik: about 46, Kotayk: 32, Lori: 65, Shirak: 32, Syunik: 32, Tavush: 23, Vayots Dzor: 23.

In the field of education, there are 1035 teacher vacancies in the schools of Yerevan and regions, of which 7 are in Syunik, 6 in Vayots Dzor, 22 in Gegharkunik, 132 in Ararat, 60 in Kotayk, 48 in Aragatsotn, 258 in Armavir, 26 in Shirak, 449 in Lori, 11 in Tavush, and 16 in Yerevan.

As of October 3, 2784 children forcibly displaced from Nagorno Karabakh were enrolled in Armenian educational institutions. 140 children in Syunik, 46 in Vayots Dzor, 93 in Gegharkunik, 758 in Ararat, 450 in Kotayk, 80 in Aragatsotn, 393 in Armavir, 110 in Shirak, 103 in Lori, 161 in Tavush, and 450 children attend educational institutions in Yerevan.

More than 21,400 calls were registered to the 114 hotline. According to the latest data, 48,000 people have applied for the Basic Needs Assessment.

May 2024