Med-Aid ARMENIA 2020/2022
Health care for residents living in Armenia’s remote and/or poverty stricken areas is very hard to find and difficult to afford. Residents in these communities have a high rate of health issues that could otherwise be prevented or cured if they had access to simple medical care. In order to help remedy this unfortunate situation, The Paros Foundation has launched Med-Aid ARMENIA.
Sponsorship of this project will help raise the necessary funds needed to obtain basic medical equipment, supplies and medicine. In-kind donations of any of these items are also welcomed. Furthermore, we specifically need physicians, nurses, pharmacists and more to help our volunteers conduct physical exams and provide basic medical care.
Thank you to all our donors, we have met our fundraising goal.
Health care for residents living in Armenia’s remote and/or poverty stricken areas is very hard to find and almost impossible to afford. This can cause a lifetime of medical issues, which can be otherwise prevented. Residents living in these areas are in need of basic medical aid in order to prevent serious health issues in the future
Short Term Impact
In the short term, equipment and medical supplies will be provided to clinics in impoverished areas to be used for patient care.
Long Term Impact
Residents of remote and poverty stricken villages will have a decreased occurrence of health issues in the future. As this program expands, repeat visits will create more access to health care and in turn increase the overall health and well being of this population.
Your donation to sponsor the Med-Aid ARMENIA 2020 will be recognized on The Paros Foundation website and in all appropriate press related to this important project.
AnonymousRolling Hills, CA
Ms. Ani ArzoumanianRidgewood, NJ
Dr. & Mrs. Krikor & Arda DeramerianSierra Madre, CA
Ms. Julieta SerobyanLos Angeles, CA
Dr. Victoria KaprielianDurham, NC
Updates: Images & Information
Audrey Boghosian, a pre-med student and part of this summer's SERVICE Armenia program launches an effort to help a villager in Nor Hachen receive the hip replacement she needs.
Med Aid 2022 spends the day working and consulting with the Nor Hachen Medical Center. Among what is learned is the need for a new X-Ray machine.
To better serve students at the school in Meds Mastrik, construction on a nurses station was launched and completed. Now the school has an onsite nurse and sanitary conditions in which to operate.