Anna, Arusyak, Satenik are three young women helping to run Koghb Art School, which was founded 15 years ago. It was established to enrich the lives of people in the community by promoting an appreciation for art and culture.
“It was only because of HDIF we were able to keep eight new jobs during the pandemic. Shops were closed and there were no tourists”. - says Anna from Koghb border village. The Yereqnuk team has a lot of new ideas of beautiful and unique products. The core group consists of 8 artisans, but it can reach up to 18 or more depends on the order from HDIF. The Yereqnuk is one of the most sustainable producer partners of HDIF. It's profit goes to supporting the Koghb Art School and engaging young generation into these kind of initiatives.
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