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.


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


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