Program for discovering the professional potential of war participants
About the program
One of the gravest consequences of the 44-day war is the problem of reintegration of war participants into society. Neglecting this problem may have profound and severe consequences for the quality of life, health conditions and working capacity of individuals, as well as for the welfare of the society as a whole.
The aim of the Program for Discovering the Professional Potential of War Participants is to contribute — by fostering the motivation to work — to the social-economic reintegration of war participants who were wounded during the war and are residing in the provinces of the Republic of Armenia. International practice shows that economic integration is the most effective way to ensure engagement of an individual in society since it contributes to the financial stability, self-sufficiency and social welfare of the particular individual.
Identification of the capabilities and skills of war participants who acquired disabilities and, based on this, the creation of opportunities for them to use their full potential are what lie at the core of the Program.
At the end of the Program, it is expected that the war participants with disabilities will be able to become reintegrated into society as full-fledged members, with a healthy inner world and social ties. After the rehabilitation period, they will be able to return to the labor market, and this will provide them with the opportunity to take care of their needs independently, as well as to create additional public goods