We are summing up the results of our #TavushStrong initiative. Thanks to all of our donors. Together, we have been able to replenish shelters in 8 border communities in Tavush, Armenia, making them a safer place for both adults and children.
From now on, shelters will become safer for residents of Berd, Artsvaberd, Choratan, Tavush, Movses, Chinari, Nerkin Karmiraghbyur, and the border villages of Aygepar.
This became possible thanks to cooperation with the administration of the Tavush region. Our charity campaign, launched in July, was unprecedented, with many people, international and local organizations joining us, as well as our compatriots from the diaspora.
The shelters are provided with:
- water tanks with a tap,
- electric generators,
- rechargeable flashlights,
- sleeping bags,
- dispensers with essential medicines and supplies,
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.
Marianna is 9 years old, she lives with her parents, sister and brother. Marianna has cerebral palsy, but it doesnt prevent her to attend school. She likes to draw and dreams to have painting tools. Join our One day, one gift campaign, and give Marianna a New Year miracle!
<p>Today’s story is about 14-year-old Raya. She has two brothers and a sister. Raya dreams of becoming a teacher and living in a beautiful house with her family. Join our “One day, one gift” campaign, and give Raya a New Year miracle!</p>
Due to the emergency state established in Armenia, it is especially difficult for children and their families living in extreme poverty. World Vision Armenia plans to support 700 extremely poor families with essential food and hygiene items to increase their resilience during the emergency