Scientists say that our success depends on emotional intelligence 80% and only 20% depends on IQ.
In March 2017, Christine left for Italy. She stayed in a small town called Casarsa where she worked at a daycare center for people with disabilities.
Mary Kirakosyan is from Vahagni community. “I always look forward to SMARTConnects launched by COAF,” she says. “It’s a pity they happen just once in a fortnight.”
How to contribute to early child development in rural areas of Armenia? COAF has found the way to answer to that question by launching a Child Development Center and Sunny Corners.
A few months ago, Yura Tatoyan, 16, met a foreigner in his local Akori community. The young tourist had apparently lost his way. He kept asking, “Do you speak English?” but nobody seemed to understand him.
Is it possible to turn into a famous radio and TV anchor after years of successful military service? COAF SMART Center visitors gathered at the amphitheater to learn the answer to that question.
How can COAF Healthy Lifestyle Club have impact on a young man’s military service? It has actually happened with Nerses Khachatryan, a bright young man from COAF-supported Lernagog community.
Do you remember your childhood summer camp, with outdoor games, competitions, contests and gatherings around the campfire? Well, the COAF SMART Center camp in Debet offered all of the above and even more…
On August 8, COAF Conference Center groundbreaking ceremony took place in Debet community, Lori, Armenia. The construction of the center was initiated by Children of Armenia Charitable Fund (COAF).
Is it possible to combine the love of theater and the wish to help children in overcoming their psychological problems? That’s exactly what COAF Child and Family Services Team has been doing since 2012.
Everything was different for Khanoum Gevorgyan when she started her senior year at Waimea High School, Hawaii. Only months earlier, she had been in Karakert, a stony village in Armavir, Armenia.Everything was different for Khanoum Gevorgyan when she started her senior year at Waimea High School, Hawaii. Only months earlier, she had been in Karakert, a stony village in Armavir, Armenia.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan joined the list of prominent figures who have taken part in the ongoing SMARTConnects series of guest speakers at the COAF SMART Center. Pashinyan’s powerful speech on July 13 touched upon the ‘smart’ unfolding of the Velvet Revolution in Armenia last year.