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ARPA Institute (Analysis Research & Planning for Armenia) is a non-profit tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) and was founded in 1992 in Los Angeles, California. ARPA promotes international cooperation and understanding for the Republic of Armenia through the provision of consulting, analysis, research and planning services in various fields. ARPA experts have served as consultants to public organizations and the government of Armenia in matters pertaining to education, economy, technology, energy, transportation, industry and Armenia-Diaspora relations. Our members are experts in various fields.

ARPA helped organize the first energy conference held in Yerevan, Armenia in 1992 when re-activating the Medzamor Nuclear Power Plant was decided. ARPA Institute economists consulted with the Ministry of Finance on establishment of the Central Bank and lawyers critiqued the Constitution in its early development.

ARPA established the first modern Blood Bank in Yerevan in 1998 (“Sarko Tilkian”) and helped establish the Gyumri blood bank through Global Healing International. The ARPA Health Education & Lifestyle Program (HELP) has taught more than 30,000 students in Armenia and Artsakh about the health risks of smoking, alcohol and drug abuse, and the health benefits of a good diet and exercise, among others. The ARPA Institute promotes innovation in young scientists through its annual “Invention Competition” and promotes technology transfer through technical seminars with its “Distance Learning” program. Current initiatives include guidance and technical advice to young scientists in the NAS Institutes and the universities of Armenia, as well as donation of important instrumentation and equipment for advanced scientific research in various fields of technology, both to the Institutes of the Academy as well as the universities. The most recent ARPA Institute projects are: 1. Establish the first scientific Class-1000 clean room in the Alikhanyan National Lab (former Physics Institute) and eventually establish a Quantum technology Hub in Armenia. Moreover, working with the Ministry of ESCS, we working to develop the process of Science Fairs in all schools of Armenia. Armenia participated in the International Science and Engineering Fair for the second year and there were winners.

ARPA has monthly lectures/panel discussions on subjects pertaining to Armenia/Armenians.


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