It is already 6 years we have been implementing "Providing education for 90 children in Armenia" project. The aims are: 1. To assist 12-16 year children in receiving basic education that are deprived of attending schools and give them psychological help and juridical knowledge. 2. To assist the mentioned beneficiaries for vocational orientation, having profession to have job in future. During the implementation of the project we have had great success. The knowledge level of the 58 beneficiaries was raised. The got graduation certificates learnt their preferred professions and now they work in different institutions. Only this year 38 beneficiaries finished the school. The members of the organization took part their "Last bell" event. We should mention that some of the beneficiaries do volunteer works in "Zartonk-89" NGO and are involved in its projects implementation. The progress inspired our organization involving new beneficiaries in our project. For involving many beneficiaries our volunteers visit schools, take the list of students who don't attend to school, and contact them for the interview. The meetings are organized in the office of "Zartonk-89" NGO. After doing the preliminary works on the 1st of September it is given chance for the beneficiaries to attend school. Now we have 18 beneficiaries who attend school and hope their number will be increased. With the help of our supporters we would like to reduce the number of children who don't get education in the world. Thank you for our supporters. Thank you for GlobalGiving.
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