Our work in the Middle East
The Jinishian Memorial Program (JMP) has been operating in the Middle East since 1967. There are currently six JMP sites in four countries in this region. Programs that assist Armenians in this region include community development, economic development, day care services, medical assistance, summer camps and social assistance. Read more about our work in the Middle East.
Our work in Armenia
The Jinishian Memorial Foundation (JMF) was established in Armenia in 1993 after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the devastating earthquake of 1988. Since then it has provided economic, social and spiritual assistance to more than 2.2 million needy Armenians and supported more than 150 grassroots and local NGOs through partnerships and collaboration. Today, JMF supports durable solutions to Armenia’s social and economic problems through the following programs: community development, economic development, civil society, health, relief assistance and spiritual uplift. Read more about our work in Armenia.
Our work in Georgia
Since 2006, the Jinishian Memorial Program (JMP) has implemented vital projects to serve the Armenian community in Georgia, in collaboration with the Armenian Apostolic Church Diocese. The programs are designed to preserve the Armenian culture, language, and spirit and foster community development, vocational education, and spiritual uplift. Some of the main projects include the renovation of the Tumanyan home-museum community center in Tbilisi, the establishment of the educational community center in Batumi, and the organization of vocational education training series in Tsalka.