Gayane Mkrtchyan

Waiting for "seasonal" husbands

Women from the Lichk village work in the fields and don't use farming equipment, since there are no men to operate the machinery

Working overseas

'It's a great opportunity for me: I send the money I earn to my family in Armenia'

The New Year business

Women have discovered a new way of earning money. Although its seasonal, but its still profitable

How to save Armenfilm

Young people, united around the idea of Armenfilm Revival, are making efforts to restore the film studio

To marry and adopt a village

A citizen of Australia and New Zealand calls on Armenian Diaspora to help homeland’ villages get back on their feet

In the camp: After the war

Teenagers, who came to Armenia from Iraq, Syria and Karabakh, are trying to overcome their stressful experiences together

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