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About RepatArmenia

RepatArmenia RepatArmenia Repat Armenia is a community of like-minded people with life experiences that traveled the world and at different points in time converged in Armenia. We are a group of ordinary people in different walks of life, now working and living in Armenia, putting our personal capacities to the service of the development of the country as well as our own personal, family and professional lives. Repat Armenia believes in providing information, resource and experience support to others that wish to travel a similar path. Our website is geared to provide answers to your questions, inspiration with a personal touch, and support on an individual level. Above all, at Repat Armenia we understand that repatriation is an individual’s or family’s decision that must be taken with the utmost care and preparation, and it’s a decision that can have very rewarding consequences. Repat Armenia stands by you as you explore the possibilities, weigh the options, and hopefully embark on the journey to come, live, and enjoy an engaging and participatory future in Hayastan. For Repat Armenia, every person counts, including you! The RepatArmenia Foundation (RAF) The RepatArmenia Foundation, a non-governmental, non-profit institution, was established in August 2012 to take the concept of active repatriation promotion to the next level. With a full time, dedicated staff based in Yerevan and a network of supporters and representatives throughout the Armenian diaspora, our mission is to: Inform, initiate and actively champion the return of high-impact (professional, entrepreneurial) individuals and families to Armenia to secure the future development of the Armenian nation. Our key tasks include: Promote repatriation, “demystify” and make tangible the concept of repatriation Provide integration support, develop and deliver result-oriented programs to facilitate integration of repatriates into Armenian society Influence government policy and act as informed advocates to develop a more pro-repatriation environment in Armenia
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