The “100 Houses in Artsakh” project launched by the Public TV and “Artsakh to Live” Foundation is entering into a new stage. The first 6 houses will be commissioned on July 30, co-founder of the project Samvel Movsisyan informs.
The residential complex is being built in the outskirts of the village of Dahrav, Askeran region, aiming to secure houses for the Artsakhians displaced and left homeless because of the 2020 Artsakh war.
On July 3, president Arayik Harutyunyan visited the village and got acquainted with the ongoing activities of the project, reassuring that the Artsakh Government will provide greater assistance to give a new impetus to the activities.
The district will have 100 houses with 3 and 4 rooms, there will be plots of land for cultivation, and public buildings will include a school, a kindergarten, an IT center and other infrastructures.
For further construction, the organizers expect the participation of partner organizations and all Armenians. Each fast-assembled house requires AMD 10 million (about $20 000). Donations can be made through “Artsakh to Live” Foundation by following this link: www.apreluartsakh.am.