Ongoing Projects

13.8.2017

Established in 2004, Arajamugh village is one of the largest projects implemented by the Foundation. This is no accident, as resettling and developing Artsakh’s liberated territories is one of our highest priorities.   During 2004-2008, the Foundation constructed 19 houses which were mainly inhabited by young families from nearby areas, families who fled from Azerbaijan […]

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13.8.2017

Kashatagh (formerly Lachin) is the vital landbridge connecting Karabakh to Armenia. It thus guarantees Karabakh ’s existence, while bolstering the security of Armenia as well. NKR President Bako Sahakian recently declared: “Karabakh exists as long as Kashatagh exists.” After 70 years of Azerbaijani rule, this historic Armenian province was liberated during the Karabakh war and is […]

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13.8.2017

Background Artsakh’s liberated territories possess abundant, fertile land – ideal for cultivation of fruits and grains. The village of Arajamugh, built by the Foundation beginning in 2004, is found in one such area. Located near the southern edge of NKR’s Hadrut region, Arajamugh currently has over 110 inhabitants, who live in decent, newly built houses […]

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15.7.2017

Artsakh Ongoing Projects In our ongoing job-creation efforts, the Foundation initiated greenhouse cultivation in Kashatagh in 2013. Co-sponsored by the Armenian Community Council (ACC) of Great Britain, the project has been implemented in the Yeritsvank village until this year. Thus far, we have built two greenhouses with a total area of 480m2. In 2014 we harvested 1,873 kg of tomatoes, […]

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27.5.2017

In 2016, Artsakh suffered unprecedented violence as Azerbaijan launched unprovoked assaults alongits eastern border. This escalation has been known as the “April War” or “Four-Day War.” As Armenians responded worldwide, the Foundation launched a crowdfunding campaign to help those directly affected, and to restore damaged, war-torn areas. Within a month, we raised over $75,000, which […]

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Journalists conducting an interview with Saro Saryan, Director of the Shushi Museum
18.11.2016

In 2016, Artsakh was faced with unprecedented violence as Azerbaijan launched unprovoked assaults along its eastern border. This escalation, known as the “April War” or “Four-Day War”, revealed a lack of serious coverage of Artsakh’s situation – especially among the US and Western mass media. Since then, the Foundation has sought to facilitate the work of […]

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28.10.2016

25/11/2014 Attachments “Karabagh exists as long as Kashatagh exists.” These words, once declared by NKR President Bako Sahakian,explain the vital importance and necessity of this region, which connects Karabakh to Armenia and is strategically vital. After 70 years of Azerbaijani rule, this historic Armenian province was liberated during the Karabagh war. Unfortunately, the Armenians found […]

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