The 44-day war in 2020 changed the destiny of many. Now is the time to shift from crisis to recovery – and beyond recovery to resilient and transformative education systems that truly deliver learning and well-being for all children and young adults.
Many people from Artsakh had to flee their homes and move to Armenia without a permanent job or a place to live. There are many initiatives born to help displaced people through donations and social assistance, yet it is not enough. We want to give them the opportunity to work and feel valued, so they can overcome their financial and social difficulties.
Among the displaced, there are several very well-experienced and honored teachers; this platform could give them a chance to continue the work they love and do best.
The program focuses on creating a teaching platform for Artsakhi displaced teachers (in the future, all Armenian teachers will be included in the program). They will teach different subjects to local and diasporan students remotely (Armenian, English, Russian, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, History, Geography, Music, Chess etc.).
The project aims to strengthen the relationship between Artsakh, Armenia and the Diaspora, to create a basis for better communication, and most importantly, to present our homeland as a single and powerful force.
Thus, with the help of the workshop, we want to expand the network, involve committed people, and spread the message that teachers are arguably one of the most important members of our society. They give children purpose, set them up for success as global citizens, and inspire them to do well and succeed in life.
We invite the following participants to join:
- Diasporans interested in sharing the program among their communities. Their ideas and proposals are important to us.
- Organizations, NGOs engaged in activities related to online education.
- Individuals, companies who can help us provide technical devices to our Artsakhi teachers.
- Marketing specialists.