SHTIGEN GROUP launched “Sunrise in Artsakh” project in April 2022 to establish energetic independence in Artsakh. SHTIGEN GROUP made the first donation itself, installing 12 solar water heaters on the house roofs of families whose relatives were murdered, became disabled, or the family has many children. Those families will always have free hot water for several decades.

As a part of the “Sunrise in Artsakh” project, the “Arevik” Children’s Medical Association of Stepanakert was equipped with solar water heaters and a solar plant. And in 2021, the rehabilitation center in Stepanakert named after Caroline Cox was equipped with solar water heaters in 2021.

Philanthropists from Armenian Diaspora also joined the project in September 2022. Thanks to their donations, 30 more houses in Artsakh will have permanently hot water.

As a result of the cooperation between the SHTIGEN GROUP and the Armenian Relief Society, 100 more houses in Artsakh will have solar water heaters by the end of this year. Representatives of the Central Department of the ARS recently visited Artsakh and expressed their satisfaction with the results of the program, with the desire to enlarge the it.

The TelCell company signed a partnership memorandum with SHTIGEN GROUP and joined the mission of “giving sunrise” to Artsakh. Now it’s possible to make donations for the project via TelCell terminals and TelCell online Wallet. TelCell allocated 7.4 million drams for the complete solarization of Martuni Vocational School.

“Border” NGO is among the partners of the “Sunrise in Artsakh” project.

You can donate to the “Sunrise in Artsakh” project via the “Border” NGO fundraising platform, marking “Sunrise in Artsakh” in the “Donation info” field.

The video about the project “Sunrise in Artsakh ” is here.

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