18 young women got nail technician certification – turning over a new leaf with new skills

14 December, 2020
18 beneficiaries of MY STEP Foundation’s “Reducing Poverty Program” were given the opportunity to acquire vocational qualification.

From August to November, 2020, women of different ages from different regions of Armenia attended nail technician courses at the internationally qualified school. After successful completion of the course and the exam, the women obtained relevant qualification certificates.

The Foundation has provided the beneficiaries with nail technician kits for professional work, so that they are already able to earn money.

Beneficiaries of the Program highly appreciated the opportunity to make profit from the first month of the course on thanks to first customers.

Zara Aslanyan, MY STEP Foundation’s Social Affairs Coordinator said, “With the support of the Foundation, our women gained the skills ensuring their own well-being and financial stability, thus enabling them to become more self-sufficient and independent. This is a chance for them to turn over a new leaf with new skills.”

Please note: the Foundation was running “Reducing Poverty Program”, aimed at the development of the beneficiaries’ skills through qualified trainings. However, for now the Program has been suspended.

Today, due to the consequences of the war, the Foundation implements exclusively humanitarian pro

14 December, 2020

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From November 20 through December 30, 2020, MY STEP Foundation allocated 951,859,333 AMD for post-war needs.
MY STEP Foundation has not raised any funds during the war. All requests to the Foundation regarding the donations were directed to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund.
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Home appliances worth about 7 million AMD were distributed to the Artsakh families settled in the Republic of Armenia
Under its humanitarian aid programs, MY STEP Foundation provided home appliances worth about 7 million AMD (13,500 USD) to support domestic needs of those families who moved to Armenia during recent Artsakh war.
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Humanitarian aid to the Artsakh families settled in Vayots Dzor region of Armenia
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