Twenty-nine schools in Artsakh’s Martuni region recently received portable science laboratory kits through the Tufenkian Foundation’s “Tufenkian for Martuni’s Schools” program.
The Micro Lab 7 kits, which are designed and built by Aleksandr and Tigran Yesayan, the grandson and great-grandson of famed Armenian writer Zabel Yessayan, were generously donated by Judith Saryan and Victor Zarougian of Massachusetts. Thirty-three kits in total were donated to the schools.
The Tufenkian Foundation hosted a gathering of the principals of Martuni’s schools at the Martuni Regional Administration building on Sept. 16, to hand over the kits that will be used by seventh-graders across the region.
Through “Tufenkian for Martuni’s Schools” program the Foundation is refurbishing and restoring educational institutions, providing learning materials and technology, and retraining teachers across Martuni.
To read the full report, check out the article on the Public Radio of Armenia. @armradio