What We Do

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2010-2011 Activities

2010 Activities

For 2010 AMAP Human Development NGO expanded its core work by developing monument clusters, theme travel trails and audio tours. Monuments included more interactive sites (excavations, museums, audio tours) and unique ways to explore Armenia. In 2010 we installed over 240 information ports, panels and directional signs at over 61 locations nationwide: 13 monuments, […]

February 6th, 2015|Previous Projects|

2009 Activities

2009 Activities

AMAP Human Development NGO was expanding its core project task to install interpretive panels by incorporating new aspects to the work: Museums and excavations, Nature trails, Braille panels, and the development of our first “Trail”, the Armenian Silk Road.

In 2009 we installed over 380 information panels, directional signs and information placards at over 40 […]

February 6th, 2015|Previous Projects|

2008 Activities

2008 Activities

AMAP Human Development NGO was expanding its core project task to install interpretive panels by incorporating new aspects to the work: Museums and excavations, Nature trails.

In 2008 we installed over 85 information panels, directional signs and information placards at over 5 locations nationwide: 5 monuments.

AMAP Human Development NGO was supported by funds provided by […]

February 6th, 2015|Previous Projects|
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Project Partners

AMAP Human Development NGO (AMAP) is dedicated to building human capacity and community approaches to development. AMAP implements programs on tourism for development, artistic, historical, natural, and cultural heritage; on economic, scientific and social issues; and on sustainable development and education. AMAP’s USAID-funded Bridges project is committed to strengthened and sustained economic development in […]

February 6th, 2015|Bridges|

Project Goals

Around the world, tourism has proven its potential to strengthen developing economies. The USAID funded Bridges project was developed to spur regional economic growth, through increased cross-border tourism between Armenia and Turkey.

Bridges is an offshoot of the current Black Sea Silk Road Corridor (BSSRC) project, and focuses on the benefits to tour operators in Armenia […]

February 6th, 2015|Bridges|