Baden-Wurttemberg Branch of German Red Cross
In Armenia 90% of seniors live not in retirement house/elderly home but in their own houses and some of them alone in small towns and villages. Armheplbutton can be the only help in case of urgent help for these people. Our challenging project with the German Red Cross will allow seniors in Armenia to feel them as valuable and loved memers of our society.
all the regions of Armenia
Appropriate care of elderly people is an important challenge for our society and an important basis of democratic values. This joint initiative is a wonderful idea for showing our solidarity, willingness and strength to overcome any challenges of democracy in Europe.
We will help elderly people to feel secure by sending help fast in the event of a medical, fall, shower, and home invasion emergencies. We will save thousands of lives providing necessary help in case of emergency at any time. We will make European democratic society united, healthier and stronger.
We will implement innovate software for emergency help, will work together with all healthcare institutions and hospitals in Armenia for providing qualitative healthcare help for our seniors and disabled people. In our project we will use the valuable experience of German Red Cross and other international healthcare organizations. Professional and voluntary work makes our project realistic and social inclusion.
Because Armhelpbutton help will save thousands of lives providing necessary help in case of emergency at any time. We are responsible and thankful for our elderly generation, who has helped us to be what we are today.
Beneficiaries of our project are elderly people and people with disabilities. Participants of our project are our NGO, international and Armenian healthcare institutions, common people who want to implement their knowledge and experience for helping people in need.
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