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AGBU OPENS A NEW MEDICAL CENTER AS PART OF ITS SYRIAN ARMENIAN RELIEF PROGRAM

 

 

On December 5, 2016, the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) Armenia opened the Claudia Nazarian Medical Center at the AGBU Vahe Karapetian Center. The new health facility is part of AGBU’s “Syrian Armenian Relief” program, and offers Syrian Armenians access to medical consultation services free of charge. The Center adds to the AGBU Armenia’s humanitarian mission and will provide gynecological, cardiological, ophthalmological, and pediatric services. AGBU president Berge Setrakian, AGBU Armenia President and AGBU Central Board Member Vasken Yacoubian, RA Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan, representatives of CSOs, and many guests of AGBU came to inaugurate the official opening of the medical center and to hand the recognition awards to 7 Syrian-Armenian doctors who has been working voluntarily for three years and will continue to work in the new health facility. Director of “Syrian-Armenian Relief Coordination Center” NGO Lena Halajian and long-term dedicated member Aroush Yessayan were awarded for their unwavering commitment. From the onset, AGBU Armenia has played a leading role in the Syrian Armenian relief effort, opening its doors to all Syrian Armenian families and conducting one-on-one consultations to assess their needs.

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