Hope and Help NGO


Hope & Help (H&H) is a non-governmental organization established by a group of enthusiastic physicians and psychologists in 1998. The Board members of the H&H are proficient physicians, psychologists, teachers, and sociologists.  

The H&H is a registered public and non-profit charity organization which acts thanks to voluntary participation of its members and associates.

H&H NGO has branches in Lori marz (Vanadzor), Tavush marz (Noyemberyan) and representative in c. Gyumri.


To promote improvement and protection of health of the population through the implementation of healthcare and social programs.


To promote improvement and protection of sexual, reproductive and mental health of Republic of Armenia population through public awareness raising and training activities. Beneficiaries of the NGO are the youth, women, orphans, homeless, physically disabled, etc.

The NGO works in the following directions:

1. Advocacy

2. HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction among Adolescent, Youth, Public at Large, High Risk Groups – Women, Female Sex Workers (FSW).

3. Prevention of Trafficking, Support for Victims of Trafficking and Social Rehabilitation

4. Voluntary repatriation and humanitarian reintegration of migrants and refugees

5. Youth Exchange Program

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Sport And Leaderships Training (SALT) Academy

SALT (Sport And Leaderships Training) Academy trains youth through a community based football program, incorporating life skills lessons and vocational training. Our Mighty Girls Program gives exceptional young female players from across the region an opportunity to undertake high level education and training. SALT also provides the dormitory as a safety net for girls at risk of human trafficking and empowers each of the Mighty Girls to act as a role model within her own community. All of the girls (despite their young age) are coaching football teams and help as referees and teachers for life skill lessons. As part of our Mighty Girls Development Program, the “Summer School” brings girls from different communities together into extensive activities for the three month long summer break. We manage  to encourage them to pursue further education or vocational training and also to reach out to girls that are at high risk of human trafficking.

To learn more about SALT please visit http://www.saltacademy.net