A New Health Center for Lori 07 October 2021 By Rebecca Ohanes 3 min read Have you ever wondered what health care looks like in Armenia’s rural regions? Here’s a little glimpse: Village residents usually have access to one medical post, where they can only receive essential treatment. Should they require other medical services, they…
Every village has its own problem: Meghrashen 11 August 2021 By Nane Vardanyan Photos by: Knar Babayan 3 min read Sharp humor, hospitality, and diligence are typical of the people living in Armenia’s Shirak region. These also reflect the spirit in Meghrashen village, one of the seven COAF-supported villages in this province, where we have…
Many might relate that having an Armenian first name and introducing yourself when abroad can be challenging, of course, if your name isn’t Ann, Mary, or David.
If you made it here to read the blog, you most likely have electricity, Internet access, and a computer or a gadget. Hope you are also warm, safe and sound.
In April 2020, we stepped up efforts to combat the COVID-19 crisis in rural Armenia. Considering the rising number of coronavirus cases, the lockdown, and the limited economic activity, we saw an urgent need to lend a helping hand to our beneficiary villagers in need.
8704 teeth of rural Armenian children have been treated thanks to COAF’s free dental services.
COAF-supported Koti village bordering Azerbaijan is one of the most vulnerable communities in Armenia. Last year Evocabank made a donation that went towards renovating two rooms in Koti healthcare facility.