Computer assembly for the talented young people of the regions of Armenia.
The third stage of computer assembly for the talented young people of the regions. In the previous 2 stages, we have already collected and delivered 20 computers.
Problem & Description
Do you know how many talented young people we deprive of rapid growth, how many benefits our economy does not get, when we “do not remember” them today.
How many companies like Picsart or other Unicorn startups (with a market value of $1 billion) we could have today if 10 years ago we would provide the youth living in the regions with computers?
One of the main reasons why children and teens don’t get professional education is because they don’t have computers. Statistics shows that only 15-20% of the best students have computers, and the others either have smartphones, or don’t have any devices.
According to the statistics, in 2021-2022 the project helped to provide devices to people living in the Armenian regions, and about 58% of those who received computers have already got remote jobs, so they wont’ have to leave their towns and villages. In this way, the helps to solve the demographic problem that is a significant challenge for Armenia.
Existing or potential partners and collaborators
ARMATH Engineering Laboratories, Student Home NGO, VOMA NGO, Real School Vanadzor, Zartnir NGO, Teach for Armenia project, Bardzunk NGO, Koghb Foundation. We are all united by a vision of our future․ They all help identify talented children / young people, engage in volunteer work, assess needs and priorities, as well as maintain or transport computers. We have a wide range of cooperation with the mentioned structures outside the computer program.
We are inspired by children’s faith and motivation, join us.
How can we collaborate?
Below we are presenting a list of 10 talented young people from the Armenian regions who need computers, new or used. They were chosen according to their social status, interests, active participation in community development and volunteering.
Minimum laptop requirement: Intel Core i3, 4GB ram + SSD
Vazgen Gasparyan, Tavush region, village Achajur, 16 years old. Is self-taught, always wants to know more, is guided by “do not wait to be taught, learn yourself”. Performs the tasks entrusted to him with great responsibility. Is very active in self-education in the field of engineering, but that momentum breaks the absence of a computer.
Manvel Khachatryan, Gegharkunik region, city Chambarak,15 years old. He is a brave child, active in various volunteer issues. Loves to study, isn’t afraid to try. Is interested in the IT field, and in his free time he likes to read. Only participating in activities over the phone limits his growth potential.
Margarita Khachatryan, Lori region, village Meghvahovit, 16 years old. Active in the village. Loves his village and does everything possible to make it recognizable. Likes to share knowledge. Without a computer, you can not grow at the required speed.
Nelli Muradyan, Shirak region, village Horom,16 years old. She is a young man full of energy and a purposeful, active volunteer. Co-founder of the future youth center. Is a student of TUMO. Spends time on self-education and developing relationships. Is agile but acceleration is hampered by a lack of equipment.
Anna Arakelyan, Shirak region, city Gyumri,17 years old. Is active in community life. Is also engaged in active volunteering in MEM. She is interested in business. The lack of a computer hinders her development
Nare Iskandaryan, Gegharkunik region, village Drakhtik,11 years old. Loves his village and everything connected with the village. Is an active volunteer, and student at ArMath Engineering Laboratory. The lack of a computer limits its growth in engineering.
Martha Chilingaryan, Artsakh, village Vankh,16 years old. Is one of the active youth of the village. Tries to unite the youth to be active, educated and developed.
Sincerely believes in the idea of volunteering, always present in community development programs. Loves to learn and share what he has gained. She has created a youth team in the village and intends to implement a number of community programs, and build a youth center in the future. Despite being active, the fact that he does not have a computer prevents him.
Lily Ghulyan, Lori region, village Odzun, 16 years old. For 3 years already has been studying at ArMath Engineering Laboratory and COAF Smart Center. Is a self-taught, purposeful young man, an active volunteer. One computer in the family that he can use very little.
Having a computer will help Lily start implementing a number of programs and it will enable development in the field of engineering.
Liana Hakobyan, Aragatsotn region, city Ashtarak, 20 years old. The university combines with active volunteering, community development programs, business experience and non-formal education. Mainly works on children in the villages of his region. She has a number of ideas related to villages that he has started to implement. The lack of a computer hinders the implementation of the above ideas.
The project description
The project Children of regions is a social-educational NGO, through which the children of the regions get acquainted with the territory of Armenia through visits, communicating and making friends with their peers. Within the framework of the program, it creates other opportunities for the population of the region to acquire multidisciplinary knowledge, skills, and connections.
The project objectives
Contribute to the expansion of teens and young people worldview education
Contribute to the decentralization of Armenia’s development
Use the potential of the Diaspora and increase Network.
Contact person name: Aramayis Margaryan