Supporting the relocation of indigenous Armenian populations. Our team is back from a week-long mission in Artsakh with positive updates!
All for Armenia is directly supporting the relocation of 2 Artsakh refugee families returning to their native regions of Martuni and Arkeran.
After crossing the Lachin corridor and Shushi checkpoint, which are controlled by Russian military forces, we reached the village of Chartar (Ճարտար) in the Martuni region at night. This village is now extremely close to the new borders of Artsakh. There, we helped Marta, a young mother of 3 who lost her husband during the war.
We then drove north to Askeran region, to the village of Darhav (Դարհավ), where we met with Razmela and her 6 children to deliver more humanitarian aid.
We first helped Marta and Razmela in Armenia when they were displaced refugees 2 months ago. Now, we are assisting their relocation back home to Artsakh.
These are just 2 examples of the 15 families we directly aided during this Artsakh trip.
(Pictured here is one of our volunteers, Hovhannes)