“When COAF offered me to organize an ethnography camp for children living in Koti, a borderline community in Tavush, I immediately agreed. Back then, I didn’t know I would make so many revelations about that village,” says Marine Kamalyan, an ethnography teacher from Lernagog, Armavir. During the camp, Marine and her husband lived in a… Continue reading “Koti is like a fairy tale on the border” 10 days in the life of an ethnography teacher
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec6WfL4aK3Q COAF’s first tech panel took place in New York on October 4, 2017. COAF’s first technology event brought together both Armenian and non-Armenian technology leaders and featured a comprehensive Tech Panel Discussion, a reception and time to network. Our expert panelists (COAF Founder Garo Armen, Todd Fabacher, CEO Digital Pomegranate, Clayton Banks, CEO… Continue reading SAP & COAF Technology Panel
Nora Farmazian from the village of Mets Ayrum was given an interesting challenge: to lead the board games club in one of COAF's Smart Rooms. She used the Armtab tablet, presented to her earlier, as a guide to understanding the games, to connect with her peers and to do other organizational tasks in the club. Now… Continue reading How one tablet changes one girl’s life. A touching video story
Megerian Rugs organized an unforgettable evening of celebration in Yerevan. The program included a concert with well-known Armenian singers and dancers, short greeting speeches by ceremony owners. A special part of the event was dedicated to cutting down the rug, which was weaved by COAF students who were part of a special educational program organized jointly… Continue reading COAF’s partner, Megerian Rugs hosting its 100th-anniversary last night in Yerevan.