A lot of patience, care, and commitment to watch and support the process of its growth – all of which are worth more than anything to preserve our ecosystem.
Our 2020 has been full of novelties: new team members, e-learning in a new format, and programs, some of which are still on their way. However, there was something that happened for the first time in COAF’s history!
What do children need to live a happy childhood? Caring parents, a safe and convenient living environment, toys, games, what else?
As the world continues to fight the spread of COVID-19, the Children of Armenia Fund works in the villages of Armenia, where the communities we serve are at risk, the economies are vulnerable, families are not financially protected, and this virus can create additional hardships for our villagers. Accordingly, we had to act urgently.
Quarantine life: how we work and study from home 2 April 2020 By Nane Vardanyan 4 min read Every challenge is an opportunity to grow and excel. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, the world has faced a tremendous challenge concerning health and safety, limiting social life and transportation. COAF educational programs have first been canceled…
More than 100 participants representing local and international organizations, state and local authorities, as well as international experts and private entrepreneurs gathered at the COAF SMART Center in Debet.
Borderline villages in Tavush often have poor quality of life and very basic educational opportunities for kids. To fill in that gap, COAF launched the project of SMART Rooms as part of the SMART Initiative to transform rural Armenia by leveraging technology and education.
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).
Vardenik village is in Gegharkunik region of Armenia. It has the biggest population among villages, with over 10.000 inhabitants. Vardenik is a great sightseeing destination, with cyclopean fort ruins, monasteries and cross-stones.
On a fine June evening, COAF’s photo exhibition bus stopped at Baghramyan Avenue, near the Lovers’ Park. The bus was ready to demonstrate the COAF photo story to Yerevan residents and guests.
Heavy rains didn’t stop New Yorkers from attending the 9th Annual COAF Summer Soiree on Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 held at the PH-D Rooftop Lounge at the Dream Downtown Hotel.
The Roads Leading to Ararat and Island Peak 24 June 2019 By Tatevik Oganessian, Photos by: Lumen 2 min read “Why do people climb mountains, after all? Why do they risk their lives?” a COAF SMART Center student asked Gevorg Gasparyan, a mountaineer and a hiking expert. Two months earlier Gevorg had climbed the Island…