10-year-old Narek lives in one of the frointier villages, and he dreams of becoming soldier to protect his homeland. And now he studies in 5th grade.
On December 1 World Vision Armenia launched a Facebook campaign titled One Day, One Gift, to raise funds for Christmas gifts for 30 children living in the rural communities of Noyemberyan, Amasia and Tchambarak. Each gift costs 10,000 AMD and includes a toy and traditional New Years sweets.
Every day a story about a childs life and dreams will be posted on World Visions Facebook page https:/www.facebook.com/worldvisionarmenia.official
Join our One day, one gift campaign, and give Narek a New Year miracle!
With support from IDBank, World Vision Armenia bought decent clothing and school supplies of urgent necessity to 100 school students living in Vardenis and Tchambarak areas within its “Back to School” donation campaign
A year ago I couldnt imagine that I had such a big love towards painting. PicsArt has opened my eyes. Im sure the skills I have been developing during the course will be the basis for specializing in this field in the future. - says one of the participants of the program, 14-year-old Suzi.
The first flow of 300 schoolchildren aged 9-13, bid farewell to the seven-day Technology Camp in Hanqavan. The Summer Camp is organized for 600 schoolchildren by World Vision Armenia, Ucom and Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE).
On October 4th World Vision Armenia celebrated its 30th anniversary in the National Gallery of Armenia.World Vision was honored to host the spouse of Armenia's Prime Minister and the Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees of "My Step" and "City of Smile" Foundations Anna Hakobyan, as well as the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Zaruhi Batoyan, Human Rights Defender/Ombudsman in Armenia Arman Tatoyan, the Director of the Office for the Mother See Chancellery Inter-Church Relations Father Paruyr Avetisyan, heads and representatives of international organizations, foreign embassies and partners.
The situation in Tavush Region of Armenia Armenian-Azerbaijani border remains tense these days, while the border Armenian villages are in constant danger. Armenia's armed forces are confident in accomplishment of their military task, but the local civilians and communities do need our support.