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Armenia Tree Project

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  1. a non-profit organization based in Watertown, Massachusetts, United States, and Yerevan, Armenia founded in 1994 by Carolyn Mugar to promote Armenia's socioeconomic development through reforestation

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  2. The Executive Director is Jeff Masarjian and Deputy Director is Jason Sohigian

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  3. works on three major program initiatives: (1) Planting Trees at Urban and Rural Sites; (2) Environmental Education and Advocacy

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  4. and (3) Community Development and Poverty Reduction

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  5. Armenia Tree Project site

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  6. The organization has a full-time staff of 75, of whom 70 are employed in Armenia

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