Last week I received an email about Lydian International Gold mining company of England that is developing the Amulsar goldmine near Jermug resort town in Armenia. Jermug is a resort town famous for its hot spring mineral waters, and equally famous Jermug bottled water. (Amul-sar loosely translated in Armenian language means “impotent-mountain”). My first reaction… Continue reading Mining Industry in Armenia
What a heart warming and inspiring exchange of good feelings that started by Mary, a young student from Yerevan and within days both Anahit and Gyavaz got fully funded. Kiva is a unique on line lending site where individuals lend money (as little as $25) directly to poor but proud individual borrowers who cannot get… Continue reading Kiva, A Heart Warming Story
Past few years Gulbenkian Foundation’s Armenian Communities Department has embarked on a major effort to help establish a much needed and long overdue teacher training program for Armenian Schools in Diaspora(s). They have convened and participated in few conferences in Yerevan, Istanbul and Paris, about the preservation of the Western Armenian Language. Last summer between… Continue reading Teacher Training Program for Armenian Schools.