“Avetis Booloozian” Charitable Non-Governmental Organization

“Avetis Booloozian” Charitable Non-Governmental Organization was founded by Avetis Booloozian’s parents to carry out charitable activities in memory of their son. (reading more…)

Dear relatives, friends, compatriots, you can make your donations in person or by paying to the bank account of “Avetis Booloozian” charity organization. (reading more…)

2022 Annual Report

As in 2021, in 2022 three students of the Faculty of General Medicine of Mkhitar Heratsi Medical University of Yerevan were allocated AMD 500,000 each. In 2022, the beneficiaries of the program were future doctors Manush Sahakyan (5th year), Nanar Babajanyan (1st year) and Bella Mnatsakanyan (1st year). The first two students were presented by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Artsakh, and Bella Mnatsakanyan was chosen by the advice of last year’s beneficiary students. Also we like to inform that from November 2021 to the end of 2022, about 2,900,000 AMD were collected. On behalf of the Booloozian family, I would like to express our deep gratitude to all the donors and participants.

2021 Annual Report

As we announced, the charitable, was planned to provide assistance to medical students in October 2021. For this purpose, 5,800,000 AMD has been raised through individual and group donations within the first six months of the year 2021. In 2021, the beneficiaries of the program were three students of the Faculty of General Medicine of the Mkhitar Heratsi University of Yerevan. These students are future doctors, Alyona Baghdasaryan (4th year), Lia Adamyan (3rd year) and Eduard Avanesyan (3rd year) who received scholarships. The scholarships were in the amount of 500,000 AMD. The first two students were nominated by the Artsakh Ministry of Education and Science, and Eduard Avanesyan was selected by the student council. The rest of the money is deposited in the bank, the proceedings of which will be donated back to this program on annual basis. We will certainly try to increase the number of beneficiary students every year.