PARAVAKAR KINDERGARTEN PLAYGROUND-SHELTER
|Project Name||Playground shelter for Paravakar Kindergarten|
|Location||Tavoush, Berd Area|
|Project Description||Building a safe shelter with sanitary, ventilation and play furniture.|
|Project Status||To start as soon as funding is secured|
|Impact||To provide a safe environment for children and teachers attending the kindergarten. This will help to overcome their emotions and fear in emergencies.|
|Project Management||Pahapan Foundation will supervise the project to make sure its completion on time and it will be reported on web site.|
Paravakar is cozy and small village in the Tavush Province of Armenia bordering Azerbaijan. Like many other villages of Tavush, the village of Paravakar has also endured danger and suffering due to frequent cease fire violations by Azerbaijan. On July 28, 2017 a soldier was wounded as a result of Azeri shooting. The repeated Azerbaijani gunfire along the state border has not caused the kindergartens and the schools in Tavush in general and in Paravakar in particular to close their doors to students at the start of each academic year.
Paravakar kindergarten has 45 small children in attendance. The kindergarten needs a safe place, where children and their teachers can hide during frequent fire attacks. There is a small stone house on the safe side of the kindergarten premises that can be converted into a shelter facility with your support. The Pahapan foundation renovate it and provide it with necessary equipment, furniture to make the place most comfortable and secure.
All labour will be employed from the village and the material equipment will be resourced from Tavoush helping to boost temporary jobs and the local economy.
The cost of the project is almost $4300 (2064000 Arm drams).
The sponsors of the shelter will be recognised in the special report of the “School Renovation Report” and it will be reflected in Pahapan Foundation website.
It will be our pleasure welcoming you for visiting the village and seeing the kindergarten you helped.