We aim to support the Armenians worldwide, regardless of their religious and political views.
Unification of all the Armenians was a powerful support that was meant to sustain our dignity, despite all the challenges of the world and strives for freedom.
Help your brother
Help Your Brother Civil Initiative started its first steps on September 18, 2012.
The devastating war left an irreparable mark on one of our communities, perhaps one of the most powerful.
Taking into consideration the following fact, our organization had decided to join the initiative and help Syrian-Armenians and Syrians.
29 tons of food and medical supplies were sent to Aleppo by donations from several of our benefactors as well as by our own efforts.
The distribution of humanitarian aid was carried out by the Syrian Red Crescent organization, the Armenian Diocese of Aleppo and the Syrian-Armenian Emergency Relief Authorities (ERBSA).
In addition, the <<Help your Brother>> humanitarian initiative landed a helping hand to Syrian-Armenian families who moved to Armenia.
Our initiative, in cooperation with the Kashatagh Foundation, ensured our repatriates with supplies for livelihood needs, after which more than 20 Syrian-Armenian families were provided with settlements in the Kashatagh region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
every Armenian should be able to have a home
The goal of the <<Armenian Home>> project is to support the repatriation, providing the Armenians with apartments and jobs.
In 2012, the village of Kasakh was selected as a suitable site for the project, taking into account its distance from Yerevan.
Immediately after that, we built 11 houses with our own resources.
Armenian Home Project continues its activity.
<<Armenian Response>> in collaboration with <<Global Hope Partners>> charitable NGO and the city of Highland, CA has implemented several projects.
The Mayor of Highland Larry McCallon, with an invitation of ours, had visited Armenia several times. After getting acquainted with the history of the Armenian Genocide, he initiated its recognition and condemnation in Highland. During his 2011 visit, Larry McCallon issued a declaration of recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide. This declaration is exhibited at the Armenian Genocide Museum.
We organized a tour to Nagorno Karabakh, introducing him to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict and its history during the tour. Our organization offered Highland to recognize the independence of Nagorno Karabakh and make Berdzor a sister city of Highland.
After long negotiations, the Highland City Council not only adopted the proposal to become a sister city, but also signed the Declaration on the Recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh, and also called on the United States President to look into that issue. It was a necessary step toward finally reaching peace.
Afforestation program with GIZ
we are the nature
Together with GIZ, 120 hectares of mountainous and deserted land were selected in Aragatsotn marz and afforestation works were organized. This event promotes erosion prevention. In addition to the afforestation, a vegetation irrigation system has been created, which is currently at the villagers’ disposal.
In collaboration with <<Global Hope Partners>>, we annually invites a group of doctors from the United States to help in the hospitals, in particular in Nagorno-Karabakh. More than 1,000 of people have already received medical assistance, counseling, medications and glasses during the project.