On January 27, 2022, foreigners T. M. (name was changed), D. H. (name was changed) and A. Sh. (name was changed) applied to New Generation Humanitarian NGO. They were saliva tested for HIV, as a result of which they were found to be positive. The persons were referred to the National Center for Infectious Diseases CJSC of the RA Ministry of Health to undergo further examinations and in case of HIV status confiration pass into dispensary control and receive treatment. However, the beneficiaries were not provided with necessary medication due to the absence of a residence card in the Republic of Armenia. 

New Generation Humanitarian NGO applied to the Ministry of Health, then NCID, with a request to provide the free medical care and treatment as provided for and guaranteed by the State.   

As a result of the cooperation, foreign citizens have been involved in treatment and care services.  


New Generation Humanitarian NGO expresses its thanks to the Ministry of Health and National Center for Infectious Diseases CJSC of the Republic of Armenia for effective cooperation.   



  • Article 3 of the RA Law On Prevention of  the disease caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus The Law applies to citizens of the Republic of Armenia, foreign citizens and stateless persons located on the territory of the Republic of Armenia (hereinafter referred to as persons), as well as to enterprises, institutions and organizations (regardless of the form of ownership) operating on the territory of the Republic of Armenia. 
  • 13 clause of № 75-N decision of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia of 22.11.2013 on “Approval of the standard of organizing prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS within state-guaranteed free of charge medical aid and service”  

ARV therapy is free of charge and is provided to all prescribed patients who have given their consent after receiving relevant information on treatment.