IDeA makes its greatest impact on people; lives are changed, enriched, and empowered by the projects that it launches. Ultimately, the most accurate measurements of prosperity and identity are ones that assess our contribution to the human condition.

IDeA regularly evaluates its initiatives for social impact – making sure that a project is doing what it was set out to do. With sustainability and scalability an important principle, many of these metrics make the most sense when looked at over time. Only a few years into the realization of many of its projects, IDeA can already see its impact.


Visitors to the region of Tatev increased from 10,000 in 2010 to over 100,000 in 2016 and came from over 50 countries and 3 continents

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Since 2014, UWC Dilijan has hosted over 300 students from 80 countries

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In September of 2016, the Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity received nominations for over 250 people from over 65 countries

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St.Gevorg Renovation

Restoration of the Cathedral included 225 paintings made by children in Armenia, Georgia, and Artsakh

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Cultural heritage and Eco-village projects have attracted partners and investors from Iran, Kazhakstan, and Switzerland

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IDeA has donated $250,000 to support Syrian-Armenians in Syria as well as those who are resettling elsewhere.

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The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology is a fund intended to launch in 2016 with investors from all over the world.

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IDeA’s projects all follow 10 Guiding Principles that are paramount to ensuring accountability and sustainability in delivering on its mission. IDeA maintains that every one of these principles be adhered to when conceiving, designing and implementing one of its initiatives.