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We provide useful information for health care practitioners, professionals, attorneys, patients or anyone interested in learning more about the health care law, regulations and medical ethics worldwide and in Armenia.
Law and Health Initiative in Armenia is proud to present its local, regional and international partners.
We run our activities in Yerevan, capital of Republic of Armenia, but closely cooperate with governmental and non-governmental organizations and agencies throughout Armenia and outside of our republic.
The OSI Law and Health Initiative (LAHI) was established in 2005 to support legal strategies to advance public health goals worldwide. LAHI works with the Soros Foundations Network and with OSI's HIV/AIDS, harm reduction, palliative care, Roma health, and sexual health programs to promote accountability in health policy and the health and human rights of society's most marginalized persons.
Law and Health Initiative
Open Society Institute
400 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019
The Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation in Armenia (OSIAFA) was established in 1997 to assist democratic transformations and promote the values of an open society, the one characterized by rule of law, democratically elected government, respect for minorities and their rights, vigorous civil society. Towards this end, the OSIAFA has been supporting numerous projects and activities in the field of civil society, law, education, mass media, information, including publishing, electronic communication, support for libraries, public health, women's rights, arts and culture.
Ms. Anaida Papikyan,
Public Health Programs Coordinator
7/1, Tumanyan St. 2-nd cul-de-sac,
Yerevan 0002, Armenia.
Tel./Fax: (+374 10) 533862, 536758
This site was created to address the legal, ethical, and human rights norms which are increasingly important to the delivery of quality patient care.
This web site currently unites the country web sites of Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia and Ukraine, with Russia, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan coming online soon.
Mrs. Yuliya Gorshkova,
Website Coordinator, "Open Medical Club" Charitable Foundation
Bolshoy prospect P.S. h. 100.,
Business center "Ofisniy dom" office 430
St.Petersburg, Russia, 0002
Tel./Fax: +7 (812) 3353464
LAHI Partner Countries:Georgia: http://www.healthrights.ge/
Armenian Medical Network, founded in 1998, covers critical public health issues from around the world. It is designed to be a resource for an international audience of policy makers and journalists as well as public health researchers, practitioners, advocates and also for general public.
The information contained on Health.am has been collected and/or prepared by AMN as a service to its visitors.
Dr. David Davtyan,
Armenian Medical Network
Yerevan, Armenia, 0002
Tel./Fax: (+374 10) 570808
The Armenian Medical Association (ArMA), founded in 2002, is a professional union of doctors, biomedical scientists and public health professionals in Armenia. ArMA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization with objectives of promoting high-level medical practice, education and research; fostering advanced ethical behavior by medical professionals; protecting independence and rights of both doctors and patients.
Dr. Parounak Zelveian,
Armenian Medical Association
Tel./Fax: (+374 10) 546735
Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Vanadzor office (HCA Vanadzor) was founded on March 21, 1998. The mission of HCA Vanadzor is the promotion and support for civil initiatives on local level, strengthening right protective and peace building activities on local, national and regional levels. The vision of HCA Vanadzor is to form a society where the supreme values are human rights, democracy and peace.
Mr. Arthur Sakunts,
Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Vanadzor Office
59, Tigran Mets St.,
Tel/Fax (+374 322) 42268
Civil Society Institute (CSI) is a non-governmental organization based in Yerevan which aims to assist and promote the establishment of a free and democratic society in Armenia. Established in 1998 and formerly known as Civil Society Development Union, CSI has implemented a series of programs, research and publications surrounding the principles of democracy and human rights.
Mr. Arman Danielyan,
Civil Society Institute
Aygestan 11th str., 43 building,
Yerevan 0025, Armenia
Tel/Fax (+37410) 574317
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