“We Are Our Mountains” agency will provide about 260 tons of food to be stored in the Artsakh state reserve and allocated to social groups
The “We Are Our Mountains” territorial development agency has signed memorandums of cooperation ...
The program’s primary objective is to aid artisans displaced from Artsakh and resettled in Armenia, along with individuals keen on acquiring new vocational skills for enhanced employment prospects.
Comprising two vital components, the program will initially concentrate on delivering education and training to those aiming to specialize in a new trade or further develop existing skills. Additionally, it will assist craftsmen in obtaining crucial work tools.
Armen Mangasaryan, the agency’s head of social programs, emphasizes the significance of empowering artisans and aspiring professionals: “The issue of employment remains pressing and crucial for our compatriots displaced from Artsakh. Many are unable to work due to leaving their tools and equipment behind. This initiative aims to alleviate this challenge to a certain extent. Ruben Vardanyan, our agency’s co-founder, has long held a profound admiration for the craftsmanship of artisans. It was under his guidance and initiative that the “Master of Armenia” project was successfully executed last year. Encouraging the mastery and skill development of artisans is a major focus for us.”
The application process commenced on November 28. Prospective participants interested in the program can complete the application form through the provided link. Applications will be accepted until December 5th.
The evaluation of applications will determine the selection of professional training paths and the provision of support for artisans, shaping the program’s direction and support structure.