Arevahovit demonstrates willingness to collaborate with different organizations and initiatives, because it’s fully cognizant of the fact that only owing to united and cooperative work it’s possible to implement this business, which belongs to all of us, is in our national interests and will facilitate the national progress.
Kenats Toun is a cultural non-governmental organization founded in 1997 in Armenia. It unifies artists, scientists, teachers, artisans (craftsmen) and other experts. The goal of the organization is to raise the spiritual, intellectual and material level of not only Armenian, but also of other societies.
The foundation was established in 2006 with the support of Counterpart International in Armenia. Throughout its all activities, CDPF has implemented more than 245 civil society development projects, has provided about 300 training courses, has run 9 research, analytical and evaluation programs, etc.
Folk Art Museum named after Hovhannes Sharambeyan. It was founded in 1978. The museum presents works created by self-taught masters in the following fields: rug making and carpet weaving, embroidery and lace making, metal, wood and stone carving, pottery, painting. The founder and first director of the museum was Hovhannes Sharambeyan.
reArmenia is a collaboration platform where people, concerned about the problems of the homeland, bring up issues pertaining to 14 spheres or come up with effective solutions. The four most important assets of the Armenians are amalgamated here: knowledge, connections, professional experience and material support. Individuals, public or private organizations can use reArmenia as an innovative tool.