Through its pain management project for victims of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in Armenia, the Aznavour Foundation aims to improve the quality of life for people who are experiencing chronic pain following serious cerebral injury in the war or following amputation due to injury in the conflict.

Aznavour Foundation’s project is focused on introducing modern neurorehabilitation equipment and methodology in Yerevan, Armenia, and providing training in neurorehabilitation for physiotherapists and doctors working in the field.

The first phase of the project – which is due to start imminently and will run for up to three months – will treat a small number of patients.

Following successful completion of the initial phase, a large fundraising operation is planned, with the full project ultimately aiming to treat more than 300 people with severe brain lesions and other neurological problems during a period of 18 months.


The Neuro.io Foundation will make a financial contribution towards the funding required for this project. As a partner to the project, the Neuro.io Foundation will also provide support through co-ordination of the project, organisation of and attendance at regular steering group meetings, and the provision of administrative support to ensure the success of the project.


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