11 July 2013
Nare is eight years old. She will be in second grade from September 2021. According to her mother, She is talented, is a diligent student, but is not yet independent. She was living in Russia with her family earlier. Her Russian is better than Armenian. She came back to Armenia in September 2020, and since school starts in Armenia in September, she went to school immediately. Nare now has some language problems, she still mixes up the words. She is alive and well. She says she wants to be a doctor. She is a bit closed off by nature and not particularly entertaining.
Nare lives with her mother and brother with her maternal grandmother in the parents’ house under very modest living conditions. This is an old house that needs renovation. The mother Taguhi is 31 years old. Taguhi is training to be a hairdresser. She tries to get on her feet and to become more independent, because it cannot be ruled out that one day the husband will no longer help the children either, and she also wants to enable the children to have a carefree childhood today. She is a caring mother, does her best for the children and keeps the house in order. Nare’s father, Anushavan, stayed in Russia, Nare’s parents divorced, and the father works as a cook there and may help his family financially. The grandmother is still young and not ready for retirement, she deals with agriculture. The great-grandma is an 88-year-old pensioner. She also lives with. Nare’s younger uncle Garik is studying at school. The older one died 6 months ago in the war for Artsakh. With the child’s pension as a single mother, Ms. Taguhi can barely pay the household costs, electricity and gas costs in the winter months. The great grandmother’s pension is barely enough for her medication, she is decrepit, needs constant examinations and treatment. Nobody else in the household earns fixed income.
Nare’s family has to save in order to get the bare minimum. Nare needs plenty of vitamin-rich food, clothing and school supplies. They can rarely afford basic supplies for the family and depend on regular help. We would like to include Nare in our sponsorship program and ease the worries of the family. As a sponsored child, she would receive an extensive grocery package every month, including medical and dental help if necessary, which could enable her to have a more carefree childhood. The mother should be allowed to save on food costs, this would be valuable and incredibly important for the whole family. Thank you in advance for your support and willingness to donate.
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