Qyuratagh village is situated in Hadrut region of Artsakh. The population of this community is 338. People are mostly busy in ranching and grain cultivation.
The village doesn't have any kindergarten, but there is a newly constructed school with 52 students currently studying there. The village also has a small medical center. The municipality of Qyuratagh is currently located on the premises of an old building, which used to be a cultural center once. This building is in dilapidated condition and there is a strong need for a new community center. The community has no access to gas networks. The existing water supply and sewerage system is in very poor condition and needs renovation.
Hayastan All Armenian Fund has built a new, multi-functional community center in Qyuratagh village of Hadrut region. The community center is a two-story multifunctional building, which includes community administration offices, an events hall, a library, a computer lab and a health care point with a separate entrance. The building also has a foyer, sanitary units as well as auxiliary facilities. The community center is fully furnished and provided with computers. Heating and ventilation systems are also installed.
Community centers are of vital importance to the ongoing social and economic development of rural areas in Armenia and Artsakh. They help streamline public services, foster a more dynamic civic life, and, ultimately, provide residents with one more compelling reason to continue living and working in their hometowns.
The construction of the Qyuratagh community center will effectively tackle a number of long-standing issues for the village making the life of the residents of the community much easier and more comfortable.