Current Focus


The Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF), created under ANMF’s Ani Health Institute, is the foundation’s most valuable program. MACVF was developed to serve as a public-private capital fund with the mission to ensure that a steady stream of income is in place to co-finance vaccine procurement for Armenia’s National Immunization Program (NIP). ANMF’s current and future direction is focusing on the involvement in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh’s public health issues, specifically for women and children, and helping to solve these issues by providing innovative and sustainable models, which could provide solutions for other countries as well.


ANMF believes immunization against preventable diseases is a child’s basic right and a cost-effective form of healthcare intervention can provide for the children’s needs. With this belief as the driving force, ANMF has made the Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund (MACVF) one of its primary programs.


Over the course of the past decade, MACVF has been successful in advocating and aiding the introduction of a number of new vaccines to Armenia’s National Immunization Program (NIP). See a timeline of accomplishments from the program’s inception in 1999 to present day.

Advisory Council

See the current and past members of MACVF’s Medical Advisory Council.


ANMF’s Chief Volunteer Officer, Mr. Raffy Ardhaldjian, has answered some frequently asked questions about the Millenium Armenian Children’s Fund.


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