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History

Back in 2008 US Agency for International Development supported Casals & Associates, Inc. (Casals) International Development Firm to implement the “Mobilizing Action Against Corruption” Project which established the first Advocacy and Assistance Centers (AACs). Among the Yerevan, Lori, Shirak, Tavush and Syunik AACs.

In 2009, USAID-funded MAAC project increased the number of AACs:

On 1 April, 2009, AACs were established in Armavir, Gegharkunik, Aragatsotn, Kotayk, and Vayots Dzor.

On 1 May 2009, Armenian Young Lawyers Association established Advocacy and Assistance Reception Centers (AARCs) in Ararat, Aparan and Talin.

Since 1 August 2010, 11 AACs which comprise the AAC National Network began to be operated by three NGOs:

Armenian Young Lawyers Association operates AACs in Yerevan, marzes of Kotayk, Aragatsotn (with reception centers in Aparan and Talin), Shirak, Lori, Tavush, Ararat, Vayots Dzor, and Syunik, www.ayla.am.

Armavir Development Center operates AAC in Armavir marz, www.armavirdc.org

Gegharkunik Chamber of Commerce and Industry operates AAC in Gegharkunik marz, www.gcci.am.

Since 1 August 2011, USAID began working directly with AYLA, funding the “Development of AACs National Network Project 11 AACs of the AAC National Network” continue to operate.

Since 21 August 2012, the financial support continued and the activity was renamed to “Armenia Against Corruption” project. Parallel to it the Armenian Young Lawyers Association launched “Armenia Against Corruption” Movement.

On 31 January 2014 the US Agency for International Development terminated funding of the Anti-Corruption Centers National Network. As a result the Anti-Corruption Centers of the Network were consolidated and currently Armenian Young Lawyers Association operates ACCs in Yerevan, Shirak, Lori, Gegharkunik and Syunik in the framework of “Armenia Against Corruption” Movement.