The Armenian Cultural Association (ACAA), in collaboration with the Tufenkian Foundation, has undertaken the expansion of Arajamugh village in southern Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabagh Republic/NKR). The project foresees construction of 50 homes, complete with a school, clinic, and cultural center to serve as a model village and help ensure longer-term resettlement focused on fortifying Artsakh’s border regions.
The Arajamugh village is found roughly 40 km beneath Hadrut, in territories liberated by Artsakh defense forces in late 1993. In terms of organized resettlement, it represents the country’s southernmost civilian presence. As such, it is an important outpost—one lying not far from the southeastern front recently subject to invasion of Azerbaijani forces.
To date, the village possesses the following features:
- 1 single family homes
- School with 12 classrooms
- Village hall/cultural center
- 6 hectares of pomegranate orchards
We need your help for the following needs
- Completion of 6 new single-family homes (now in progress)
- Expansion of existing school to include 4 additional classrooms
- Construction of medical clinic
Please complete the following form to make your tax-deductible donation to support our ACAA projects in Artsakh.