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10th Wounded Soldier in Artsakh Receives a Home from the Tufenkian Foundation

September 27, 2018 Featured

Tufenkian Foundation – 27/9/18 September27, Stepanakert – Mher Araqelyan, a soldier wounded in the aftermath of the Four-Day War of April 2016, celebrated housewarming today in the Karmir Shuka village of Hadrut region, Artsakh. The house was purchased and fully renovated by the Tufenkian Foundation, with crowdfunding support from over 100 individuals from across the […]

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Tufenkian Foundation Celebrates 15 Years in Artsakh

September 26, 2018 Featured

Tufenkian Foundation – 26/9/18 September25–today in Stepanakert, Tufenkian Foundation celebrated its 15th anniversary of working in Artsakh. To mark the occasion, a special event featuring a photo exhibition and a roundtable discussion was organized. State officials of the Artsakh Republic, representatives of local and international organizations, Diaspora guests, as well as Tufenkian Foundation’s beneficiaries and […]

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“Nagorno Karabakh Must Be the Primary Subject and Not an Object of the Peace Process” Says Prominent International Scholars

March 2, 2018 Featured
International Scholars Discuss Nagorno Karabakh at the European Parliament

Tufenkian Foundation – 2/3/18 “Nagorno Karabakh Must Be the Primary Subject and Not an Object of the Peace Process” Say Prominent International Scholars Brussels – On February 27, the European Parliament deputies Michèle Rivasi (Verts/ALE) and Lars Adaktusson (EPP) hosted a public debate featuring prominent international scholars and diplomats who examined developments in international law, the […]

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Fundraiser to Give a Home to a Wounded Soldier in Artsakh Hits 50%

January 12, 2018 Featured
Mher Araqelyan’s family.

Tufenkian Foundation – 12/1/18 facebook.com/TufenkianFoundation In April 2016, the people of Artsakh suffered unprecedented violence, as Azerbaijan launched unprovoked assaults along its eastern border. This escalation has since been known as the “April War” or “Four-Day War.” Mher Araqelyan, a 35 year old father of one, was one of the soldiers mobilized to protect Artsakh […]

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