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Having been engaged in the cultivation of blood oranges for years, the family of Haykush Hovsepyan from Meghri decided to switch from traditional to green agriculture in line with the requirements of the time and develop it.
Struggling with nature, Esther and Ashot Grigoryan, residents of Saratak, Shirak Marz, create crops in the rocky soil, they don't complain about difficulties, they do their work silently. And it is here that the "Green Agriculture Initiative in Armenia" project implemented with the co-financing of the European Union and the Austrian Development Cooperation extends their support to them.
Secondary school No. 1 of Nor Geghi community of Kotayk Marz is one of the 44 schools of the republic, which are included in the program for development of innovative agricultural capacities, including the creation of intensive gardens, implemented with the support of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP).
After graduating from the agribusiness and marketing department of the Agrarian University of Armenia, Ani became interested in greenhouse farming and had the idea of owning a greenhouse.
Forty-two-year-old Anna Virabyan, a resident of Khashtarak village, Tavush Marz, has been growing traditional and non-traditional crops for more than 20 years. She is actively involved in various programs related to the agricultural sector, and in recent years, she has closely been cooperating with the "Green Agriculture Initiative (EU-GAIA)" project, which is co-financed by the European Union and the Austrian Development Cooperation.

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