YEREVAN–Ceremonies will take place celebrating the completion of the Hayastan All-Armenia Fund’s five projects during the last ten days of September. Benefactors and Armenia’s from all over the world will partake in the celebrations.
The project funded the two sections of the North-South Highway (Dashboulagh-Kichan and Karmir Shouka-Drakhtik)–will be one of the projects completed at the end of September. This highway was funded by the Telethons of 1999 and 2000 held in Los Angeles and the telethon of 2000 organized in France.
The Armenian community of Switzerland donated the funds to renovate and reopen the Gavar orphanage–which is one of the buildings that will also be part of the celebration.
Armenia’s of the Eastern United States collected funds for the reconstruction of the 60-year old secondary school house #1 which was severely damaged in the 1988 earthquake. The school will finally open its doors again to the eager students in September as part of the celebration.
Thanks to the contributions of the Armenian community of Australia–a Polyclinic will be opened in Vanadzor.
The Hayastan Fund has reconstructed the emergency and surgical departmen’s of Yeravan’s Children’s Hospital–and this year the fund enabled the reconstruction and technological modernization of the laboratory where the Center for Infectious Diseases will begin to operate.
This project was funded by Argentine-Armenian Eddie Sarian.