Given recent events, our efforts have been shifted to focus on addressing the
humanitarian crisis in Armenia and Artsakh. 

We are currently working on projects to address the following:

COVID-19 pandemic and oxygen delivery systems – including oxygen concentrators and consumable components

Burn and trauma care at the National Burn Center

Pain management and neurological challenges in post-war setting (pediatric and adult)

Telemedicine and medical missions, collaborating with colleagues in Armenia

Collection, shipment and distribution of orthotic and bracing supplies

Physical therapy and rehabilitation for war victims and veterans

Eye care in collaboration with the Armenia Eye Care Project  

Major supporter of the new oxygen generation system at the Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory

Investing in the launch of a modern Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy program at the Mikaelyan Surgical Institute and the Republican Hospital in Stepanakert, Artsakh

Semi-annual Blood Drives in Watertown, MA, in collaboration with the Kraft Family Foundation

Funding and support for the Republican Scientific and Medical Library in Yerevan

$700K in medical medical supplies and devices brought to Armenia and Artsakh

Support of the emerging field of Geriatrics in collaboration with the Armenian NGO, Association of Healthcare and Assistance to Older People (AHAOP)

Raised $120K through a GoFundMe campaign in collaboration with Focus on Children Now for COVID supplies

Development in partnership with AHAOP of an in-home oxygen support program for older citizens

In partnership with Partners for World Health and Meduni, the donation of an entire 40 foot cargo container of medical supplies and equipment, valued at over $450,000, to two hospitals in Armenia.

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    Spring 2021 Newsletter

    The past several months saw our 50-year-old organization experience a resurgence of energy and eagerness to regroup and focus our unwavering support to the humanitarian and health care crises in Armenia and Artsakh.