Humanitarian aid to the Artsakh families settled in Vayots Dzor region of Armenia

18 December, 2020
Since early morning of December 17, a truck carrying humanitarian aid from MY STEP Foundation has headed to Vayots Dzor region of Armenia. Necessary items (school bags and stationery packs, packages for pregnant women and newborns) for the Artsakh families temporarily settled in the region were provided to the administration of region’s center –Yeghegnadzor.

School bags for primary level school children (1-4 grades) include all the necessary stationary for learning: workbooks and thematic notebooks, connect-the-dots-with-letters notebooks, pencil cases, sketch pads, colored paper, pens, pencils, erasers, scissors, etc.

Packages for pregnant women and newborn babies include all the necessary items: complete hygiene kits, clothes, strollers, bathtubs, diapers, bed linen sets, babycare and nutrition books for new moms, etc.

Regional authorities provide the Foundation with the number of beneficiaries and the list of items needed. Together with regional authorities the staff of MY STEP Foundation offers targeted distribution of humanitarian aid.

The next trucks, carrying humanitarian aid, will be sent to Syunik and Armavir regions of Armenia.

18 December, 2020

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