Jan 10, 2021

We can do this together

Karine receives her gift
Karine receives her gift

Dear donors and supporters,

Millions of people had to leave their homeland and look for shelter in various countries because of the armed conflict in Syria. Those who survived the war are mostly children from Armenian families living in Syria.

From the corresponding studies and research, it is evident that immigrant children and teenagers need to be involved in non-formal training modules, where they will be able to share their ideas and suggestions, work in a team, and look for solutions to their problems.

Our goal is to help the target group children, give them an opportunity to get integrated into Armenian society and, of course, reduce their social and psychological problems.

We need your support in this difficult process more than ever. Together we can help children to smile and forget about ther terrible experiences of the war.

During the meeting, the beneficiaries had the chance to work both as a team and individually. The participants completed their assigned tasks, listened to one another, and obtained new knowledge with great enthusiasm.

Dear donors,

We would like to inform you that the names of all project participants were changed in order to protect their privacy.

We present to you our beneficiary, Karine, who received her Christmas gift from Zartonk-89. She is a very positive, kind and modest girl. When asked what her dream is for 2021, she answered that she wants to live in a peaceful country and not see war anymore.

This girl's answer encourages us to move forward and strengthen everything we have in Armenia. Once again, thank you, dear donors, and remember that your every gesture is important for our team and our beneficiaries. We are more than happy to inform you about the measurable progress of this project.

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Oct 29, 2020

ICT as a key to community problems

Our new beneficiary, Laura
Our new beneficiary, Laura

Dear donor,

We are glad to inform you that, due to your important role in this project, we carry on supporting the young journalists of the new generation. As the youth, the teenagers have an important and exclusive role in their communities we continue to conduct interactive training courses in the regions of Armenia with the aim of supporting them to obtain the required abilities and skills.

Our beneficiaries, being "Young Experts", are often looking for modern solutions to find their needs and seek solutions. For this reason, they are involved in non-formal integrated training modules where they can understand the connection between modern technology, community, and journalism. Sometimes they find it difficult to combine these things, but they do not get discouraged, so they continue to move forward.

The main goal of the project is to promote the active involvement of the young people of the Republic of Armenia in their community activities.

Your donations are continuing to be addressed to the process of supporting these young innovative people. Any gesture of yours has an important meaning for our beneficiaries. The community is full of problems, though they trust their abilities and are ready to put their united powers into action.

We would like to inform you that the names of all project participants were changed in order to protect their privacy.

Meet Laura, our new beneficiary. She also wants to live in a country where communities will be developed and stable. As an innovative young person, she also participates in these non-formal meetings, improving her abilities and skills. We must encourage all beneficiaries, like Laura, for a good future, for a good society.

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Oct 9, 2020

Education as a key to success

Levon - our new beneficiary
Levon - our new beneficiary

Dear donors,

We continue to support school-aged children in remote communities in Armenia and are ready to share with you the progress that is seen from time to time.

Beneficiaries of this project come to the conviction that education is not really a problem, and their knowledge and skills will be invested in the building of strong and sustainable communities in the near future, as they are the “driving force” of the community.

In this time, the team of Zartonk-89’s NGO organized an open-air meeting that was dedicated to Armenia. The participants were required to divide into teams and to try to depict Armenia on a poster as an “open-air museum”. At the end of the work, each team presented their poster depicting monuments or cultural treasures. It was a very creative and interesting idea that we successfully initiated.

In the next part of the meeting, we organized another task related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Beneficiaries were asked to use their creative talent to express how they felt during the epidemic with a drawing. What effect did the coronavirus have on their lives?

The children of our communities show great interest in getting involved in the open classes where they can compose a view of the beautiful scene and, of course, participate in the main educational activities. Due to your support, they played an activating game and each of them had the opportunity to share their own small ideas that they would try to implement after getting motivated with education. They shared their stories with great enthusiasm. By having stationery and art supplies, the beneficiaries were able to portray the ways that will help them to reach their aims.

Your donations were directed to the implementation of a very important process: the provision of children's basic education in our target group. Each step inspires them to be courageous, competent and responsible. We are grateful to you for your support. And your donations were directed to the children’s bright future and an educated society in Armenia.

Just smile
Just smile
They generating creative ideas
They generating creative ideas

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