Empower 50 refugee children in Armenia

by Zartonk-89
Empower 50 refugee children in Armenia
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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Karine - our new beneficiary
Karine - our new beneficiary

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.

After returning to Armenia, it has been very difficult for them to adapt to this new reality, because the war has made them more aggressive, conflict-prone, and less tolerant. This project will provide them with the necessary skills to overcome these difficulties and focus on the future.

Those who survived the war are mostly children from Armenian families living in Syria.

Our goal is to support these school-aged children and give them an opportunity to integrate into Armenian society.

We want to present you the story of our new beneficiary and share her passion, emotions, and readiness.

Here is the personal story of our new beneficiary, Karine, and her message to all donors.

Dear Donors,

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

Hello, my name is Karine, and I am 10 years old. My family consists of 3 people. I am so happy to get involved in this project, because coming to Armenia to live with kind and honest people is in my priority. My favorite place is Saghmosavank which is located in Armenia. My message to all donors of this project is to help us to overcome this crisis and live in our motherland with peace. And in the end, I want to mention one thing that people do not know about me: my dreams come true.

With such a story, the beneficiaries introduce themselves. Your individual gesture gives them more and helps them to forget those feelings which are already fading into the past. Together we can change the world, and live peacefully and in harmony. And of course, overcome the indifference.

Thank you for your support and commitment.

Karine during the seminar
Karine during the seminar

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Marine's support to refugee children
Marine's support to refugee children

Dear donors and supporters,

Millions of people had to leave their homeland and look for a shelter in various countries because of the armed conflict in Syria. The main goal of this project is to help refugee children from Syria overcome this crisis and the ensuing challenges. Your support helps us to create a new life for them.

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, suggestions, work in a team, and look for solutions to their needs.

Those who survived the war are mostly children from Armenian families living in Syria. Our goal is to support those school-aged children and give them an opportunity to integrate into Armenian society. Those refugee children have many psychological problems, and working with them is our priority. We are implementing various processes to help them recover their lost knowledge and also integrate into Armenian society.

Dear Donors,

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

We introduce you to Marine, who is the volunteer of this project:

Hi, I'm Marine. I have expressed a desire to volunteer for this program and help refugee children.

My role is to organize the educational materials that will help children in need. I am so happy to join this project, because every refugee’s smile encourages me. I think the second important step is to empower them to find a job in Armenia and forget the war. in Armenia, people love to say the phrase: "Let's create a new life with a new page." Today and every day, I am ready to use all of my knowledge and skills for this important process. I think that brotherhood and cooperation will be achieved in the near future.

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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Grigor- the second beneficiary
Grigor- the second beneficiary

Dear donors, supporters,

Millions of people had to leave their homeland and look for a 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. Our goal is to support those school-aged children and give them an opportunity to get integrated into Armenian society. It is not an easy process as we are dealing with children from a vulnerable group and we take on each step with huge responsibility.

This wonderful program of providing psychological and social support to Syrian-Armenian children continues.

 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 you Grigor, who is the second beneficiary of this project; his story and speech are addressed to all the donors:

Hello. I'm Grigor. I'm 10 and I'm studying in 4th grade. I showed great interest in participating in this program, as I think it is a great honor to provide support to Syrian refugee children. My participation in this program was great news as a friendship and brotherhood with refugee children were created.

In my free time, I love reading books, doing sports, singing. My dream is to become a famous singer and footballer so that the whole world will know me and be proud of me. I love my elder brother, who serves in the Armenian Army.

 This is Grigor's story who is our second beneficiary and who is willing to voluntarily support refugee children.

Once again, thank you, dear donors, and remember that your every gesture is important for our team and our beneficiaries. We are confident that this program will be expanded day by day thanks to you.

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Alex- the first beneficiary
Alex- the first beneficiary

Dear donors, supporters,

Please find below the first report on our new project. We are happy to inform you that this important and special program has been kicked off in Yerevan.

Millions of people had to leave their homeland and look for a 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.

Our goal is to support those school aged children and give them an opportunity to get integrated into Armenian society.

It is not an easy process as we are dealing with children from a vulnerable group and we take on each step with huge responsibility.

In the Zartonk-89 NGO, we ran a training course for Armenian and refugee children with the aim to create a friendly atmosphere and, of course, to help them recover from their emotional traumas.

Our next priority is to provide the children with the necessary notebooks which they will use for classes at school.

During the meeting, the beneficiaries had the chance to work both as a team and individually. The participants were completing their assigned tasks, listening to one another and obtaining 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 you Alex, who is the first beneficiary of this project; his story and speech are addressed to all the donors:

Hello. I’m Alex and I am 8 years old. I study in the 3rd grade. I have a sister who studies at the university. I love playing basketball, football and going to karate group practice.

I wish to become a karate competitor and I dream of flying to space. I love football a lot and my favourite team is Real Madrid and my favourite footballer is Cristiano Ronaldo above all other footballers. I would like to continue being involved in this project and live happily in Armenia.

With such a story, the first beneficiary introduces himself. Your individual gesture gives them more and helps them to forget those feelings which are already fading into the past. It’s high time to see them smiling and without psychological problems. 
Thank you for your support and commitment.

Alex and his friends
Alex and his friends

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Zartonk-89

Location: Yerevan, N/A - Armenia
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Twitter: @Zartonk89
Project Leader:
Vigen Mkrtchyan
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Yerevan, N/A Armenia
$1,095 raised of $25,000 goal
 
15 donations
$23,905 to go
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