Another 516 children from Shirak, Syunik, and Tavush provinces and Javakhk, Georgia received their CASP stipends during our most recent distribution.
“Through this project, these children are also able to enrich their lives through extracurricular activities and receive life-changing skills, which undoubtedly will help them as they move toward adulthood,” said FAR Education and Science Program Manager Eduard Karapetyan during a distribution in Syunik Province. He also expressed gratitude to the Women’s Guild Central Council of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America(Eastern) for their continuous and generous support of this project.
CASP’s financial assistance helps orphans and children of single mothers toimprove their quality of life by being able to afford basic needs, like food, fuel, and clothing, or even the cost of specific extracurricular activities.
CASP is one of FAR’s ways of supporting Child Protection in Armenia. Support Child Protection in Armenia today by making a donation on our website.