The fortress city of Shushi has for far too long been shrouded in despair. Nestled deep within the mountains of Artsakh, this ancient town, long stripped of its cultural prominence, had all but been destroyed during the Artsakh liberation struggle. But today, there’s hope; more importantly, there’s progress. The city is steadily developing and its […]
Built in 1965, the Shengavit Nursery-Kindergarten in Yerevan has long struggled in a state of disrepair, with conditions going from bad to worse in recent years. For years, fought an uphill battle, trying to educate and shelter Armenia’s parent-less children in a deteriorating facility with little to no resources. All of that changes today. We’re […]
The Hadrut Regional Hospital was falling apart when Armenia Fund took on the project to rebuild the aging facility in 2007.
The future of Armenia and Artsakh depends on the future of its children and, particularly, the ability of our generation to empower the next generation to thrive on its ancestral Homeland. That’s why Armenia Fund is building a new kindergarten in the Ghuze Chartar village of Artsakh’s Martuni Region. Check out these photos from the […]