Results

May 15, 2017;  AWHF Announces Successful Deployment of Military-Grade First Aid Kits

Please see our in-depth update of the successful deployment of first-aid kits to the Artsakh front

2016 Financial  Report

AWHF has implemented $250,000 of projects in 2016:

1. Life-Saving Equipment ($205,000)

  • We delivered 3,000 combat-grade first aid kits to Armenia / Artsakh, where none existed before
  • Led the nationwide adoption of NATO-style standards and procedures for combat casualty care
  • Supported the wholesale upgrade of the army medic system, including through advanced training programs

2. Critical Medical Care ($30,000)

  • We are in final stages of securing overseas medical treatment for one of our most severely wounded heroes, who is nearly paralyzed from a spinal injury

3. Life-Improvement / Empowerment ($10,000)

  • We completed two programs aimed at improving lives and empowering our wounded heroes.  This will be more of our focus long term, once we address the urgent needs above.

Details:

December 22, 2016; AWHF Delivers Results for our Heroes

July 27, 2016; Armenian Wounded Heroes Fund Launches $100,000 Medical Treatment Campaign for 3 High-Priority Cases

July 27, 2016; Artsakh First-Aid Kit Program Continues on Track; First Delivery of 3,000 Advanced Kits Scheduled for October 2016

June 21, 2016; Armenian Medical Fund, USA Donate $100,000 and Partners with Armenian Wounded Heroes Fund to Supply Advanced First-Aid Kits for Artsakh

June 21, 2016; Armenian Wounded Heroes Fund Delivers Initial Set of Special Situation “HATUKAYIN” Advanced First-Aid Kits for Field-Testing

June 6, 2016; AWFH Launches $300,000 Fundraising Campaign for Artsakh First Aid Kits

  • First $100,000 already raised
  • Two projects already launched: (1) Front-to-Hospital casualty care system for Artsakh Region 1 ordered, and (2) HATUKAYIN first aid pilot project kit to be delivered by June 10

May 2016; We Helped Armenia Adopt Combat Casualty Care Strategy and Final Configuration of First-Aid Kits

  • Four types of kits adopted for “front-to-hospital” care
  • High-threat Artsakh regions agreed for deployment
  • Agreement on deployment, monitoring and reporting mechanism

Results-2016-May

Armenian Wounded Heroes Fund is a US-based charity 501(c)(3)