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Social Justice in Armenia and Resettlement in Artsakh

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News

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14 May 2018

New Child Support Center Opens in Armavir

In 2013, after many years of serving the Metsamor community as a local branch of another organization (Zangakatun NGO), the Family and Community center registered as a separate NGO. This was not only the start of a new organization, but also the first step towards an alternative model of child-focused community support in the country. Launched with a small team and a big dream, the organization now serves more than 300 children in 3 communities of Armenia.

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25 April 2018

Solar Panels Provided to Frontline Army Bases in Artsakh

These panels will help ensure that key communication and visibility devices, such as radio sets, cell phones and night-vision devices, are consistently charged and functional, thus helping our soldiers stay safe.

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18 April 2018

A New and Improved Village Clinic in Artsakh

Located within 35 km from the nearest town, Moshatagh is one of the most remote villages in northern Artsakh. It serves as the community center for many surrounding villages in Kashatagh.

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13 March 2018

Ararat Avanesyan is 9th Wounded Soldier to Receive a Home from Tufenkian Foundation

Today in Artsakh's Askeran region, Ararat Avanesyan, a soldier wounded in the Artsakh Liberation War in the early 90s, celebrated housewarming.

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About US

our approach

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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