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[GTech]: IT Training Course Provides Opportunity to More than 500 Armenian Youth image

Hundreds of young people had a chance to better their future career paths over the course of the past year thanks to the efforts of some leading companies in Armenia's IT sphere, FAR, and some other charitable organizations. Three hundred forty-five young people from Gyumri and 285 from Vanadzor took part in mobile, web and computer engineering courses completely free of charge and gained practical skills in programming through FAR’s Trainings for Gyumri and Vanadzor Technology Centers Program.

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[Vanadzor Old Age Home]: Poetry is His Medium image

Manushak Ohanyan, the head of FAR’s Vanadzor Old Age Home (VOAH), received a priceless and especially touching present on her birthday this year, a poem written by a beneficiary, which was dedicated especially to her. Aram Pachinski, 59, a Karabakh War veteran who writes poetry, plays piano and loves to entertain others with his singing, wrote the poem on a piece pf paper then asked staff to photograph, design and post it to Manushak’s Facebook page on his behalf. Manushak, I’ll make a confession With heart and soul I will present Love and joy, peace and happiness To you, a lovely creature, read the poem when translated from Russian. “When I saw it first on Facebook it filled my heath ...

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[VOAH]: A Sampling of VOAH’s Collection of Characters image

FAR’s Vanadzor Old Age Home (VOAH) distinguishes itself from similar institutions in Armenia thanks to its pristine housing conditions and the comfort it brings to its residents. Located in the heart of the Lori Province’s picturesque forests overlooking the Tandzut River, VOAH is a home for 55 inhabitants who are a collection of characters, some of whom count the minutes until their next visit from a relative, and others who were lonely in their former lives and are now happy to share their days with their friends who feel more like family. There are the artists like Alexander Nersisyan, 65, who plays accordion, piano and paints. More, he is the home’s chess champion. Then there’s Aram Pachinski, 60, a Karabakh ...

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