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Social Justice in Armenia and Resettlement in Artsakh

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Our Stories

Celebrating 15 years in Artsakh

16 September 2018

Sose Balasanyan

“All my victories, all my medals, all my achievements are for Artsakh. Artsakh is my hope, my inspiration and my motivation”.

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14 September 2018

Haig Khatcho (Khatchatourian)

“Once we stepped into this house, we really felt at home. It makes me so happy to see that my children love where they live. This support makes me feel welcome and once again reassures me, that it was worth coming to Artsakh”.

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12 September 2018

Artin Almajyan

“Living in a village, you learn about the importance of support. Here, everyone supports each other, be it with a cup of sugar or a kind word. Right now, a good home is all the help my family needed in order to stay and live in Artsakh. Getting this house is just a dream come true”.

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31 August 2018

Tsovinar Avagyan

“I wish all the schools in Artsakh were in as a good condition as the one in Arajamugh, and I wish all the villages were being developed as actively and intently as this one. The children of Artsakh definitely deserve this attention”.

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About US

our work in Artsakh and Armenia

Find out about the impact created by the Tufenkian Foundation by exploring the interactive map of our past, completed and ongoing initiatives in Artsakh and Armenia.

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OUR WORK

CURRENT PROJECTS IN ARTSAKH

Artsakh
18 November 2017

Expansion and Development of the Arajamugh Village

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.

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Artsakh
18 November 2017

Housing for Wounded Soldiers

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.”

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Artsakh
18 November 2017

Resettlement of Kashatagh

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.”

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Artsakh
18 November 2017

Economic Development

Artsakh’s liberated territories possess abundant, fertile land – ideal for cultivation of fruits and grains.

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