NEWS News Archive 2004-08-17
The Hayastan Fund calls the public to help the children
By giving charity to your compatriots, you help yourself, since due to such donations you help the society and the country to get to its feet
Iraqi Armenian teachers in the Motherland
From 4-27 August, professional development courses for Diasporan teachers will take place in the Spyurk scientific-educational centre located in Yerevan State Pedagogical University.
The visit of the Hayastan All-Armenian Funds Executive Director Mrs. Naira Melkoumian to Canada and her interview to the Horizon newspaper
On 10 June, 2004, the Executive Director of the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund Mrs. Naira Melkoumian arrived in Canada by the invitation of the Funds Montreal and Toronto local committees. The main goal of her visit was to get acquainted with the Armenian communities, to report on the current activities of the Fund and to provide details about the North-South highway construction in particular. On this occasion, on Saturday, June 12 a dinner party took place in the AGBU office.
Another donation by French benefactors
A few weeks ago the Yeghegnadzor hospital received medical equipment costing sixty thousand EURO and a high-power generator through the financial means of Hayastan All-Armenian Funds local committee of France.
A project that needs your funding
The Armenia Funds Adopt a Project campaign has already proved to be a success. Due to the dedicated Armenians of this community more than 146000 US dollars have been already raised for various projects in Armenia and Artsakh. The reconstruction of the Hospital No. 8 in Yerevan is among the projects that need urgent funding.
The interview of Naira Melkoumian, to the H2 TV - One Nation, One Culture Festival is going to become a traditional event
The interview of the Hayastan All-Armenian Funds Executive Director Naira Melkoumian, to the H2 TV
From 14-23 August the Pan-Armenian Festival One Nation, One culture will take place in Armenia by the high patronage of the RA President Robert Kocharyan. The event is financed by the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund through the donations of the Armenian businessmen.
Sound for Sight: Armenian computer program opens doors for visually impaired
By Julia Hakobyan ArmeniaNow reporter Recently Hayk Papikyan has developed a passion for his computer, scanner and a program called "AREV" and is eager to show off the way by which the combination of the three are making his life more enjoyable. "Look here," he says carefully grouping the keys. "I am scanning the page of the book, then launch AREV and that's it. It reads for me."
New heating system in the National Gallery
The National Gallery, basically repaired by the Lincy Funds financial means, has still some problems.
Armenia Fund USA Puts the Future Back into the Hands of the People of Karabakh
Armenia Fund USA is redefining the very idea of sustainability by taking
training to a new level with the staff and physicians of the new Armine
Pagoumian Polyclinic and Diagnostic Center in Karabakh's capital of
Stepanakert. Under the leadership of public health expert Dr. Alina
Dorian, the Polyclinic project has blossomed into a comprehensive health
care program that involves everything from intensive training for
administration and health care professionals to state of the art
equipment with technicians and Armenian language manuals.
Ororots project enters the new stage.
The Hayastan All-Armenian Fund continues the implementation of the Ororots project.
Many socially vulnerable families, having newborns, have already received packages containing care accessories of first necessity within the framework of this project.