Armenia to Build Childcare Center in Gyumri

’s Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs plans to establish a new childcare institution, the Crisis Support Center for Children and Families in .

It will be established by merging the Gyumri City Child Care Center and the Gyumri Fridtjof Nansen Child Care and Protection Boarding School No. 2 State Non-Commercial Organizations (SNCO).

 According to the project, vulnerable children aged 0-18 in Shirak and neighboring regions will receive social assistance, with a caregiver if necessary, 24 hours a day.

Children aged 0-18 will receive round-the-clock support and care for a maximum of six months, and children aged 2-18 will receive day support services for a maximum of one year.

Conditions will be created for the reintegration of children in society and the center staff will try to solve their social-psychological problems.

It is estimated that 50 children will receive short-term care around the clock, and 100 children will receive day care.

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