Topic: Rural Armenia

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — After two years of virtual gatherings, the Armenian EyeCare Project (AECP) was thrilled to be able to celebrate its momentous 30th anniversary year with its supporters[...]

YEREVAN — “Do whatever you can, without waiting for the perfect time.” This is the motto of the Musical Instruments for Armenia (MIFA), a grassroots charity initiative that aims to[...]

KUT, Armenia — Kut village of the Vardenis enlarged community region in Gegharkunik Province is one of a number of border settlements of the Republic of Armenia today subject to[...]

YEREVAN — The H. Hovnanian Family Foundation, together with the Government of Armenia, is actively involved in the improvement of water systems in Tavush region border villages. Rural development is[...]

YEREVAN — Christmas morning, 8 a.m. I grab my backpack and scurry through the empty streets of Yerevan to the Birthright Armenia office in Republic Square. There, I meet up with[...]

By Joseph Dagdigian YEREVAN — Students from Armenia’s and Artsakh’s villages hoping to attend one of the many universities in Yerevan face a number of obstacles, most importantly the challenge[...]

YEREVAN — This December, Women’s Fund Armenia (WFA) launched its teen girl campaign which provides grants to girls aged 14  to 21 in the regions of Armenia, with consideration to applicants[...]

YEREVAN — More than 300 students in the village of Getashen, located in the Armavir region of Armenia, celebrated the opening of their newly renovated school gymnasium on October 8.[...]

YEREVAN — Children of Armenia Fund (COAF) secures rural access to social welfare with the opening of its cutting-edge Child and Family Services Center (CFSC) in Hatisk village (Armavir region)[...]

NEW YORK — The Children of Armenia Fund (COAF) on December 5 held a fundraiser, titled “Moving Mountains,” with a star-studded list of presenters, which raised $4.5 million. More than[...]