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Mosaik http://www.artsakhtert.com Sun, 22 Sep 2019 06:33:21 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb THE HOUSE AT THE EDGE OF THE VILLAGE http://www.artsakhtert.com/eng/index.php/mosaik/item/7594-the-house-at-the-edge-of-the-village http://www.artsakhtert.com/eng/index.php/mosaik/item/7594-the-house-at-the-edge-of-the-village THE HOUSE AT THE EDGE OF THE VILLAGE
Sirvard MARGARYAN

 In the 60-70s of the last century, most of the Artsakh families were multi-children. There were at least 5 children in each. Families with two or three children were rarely found. Over the years, the presence of three children in the family was considered luxury; the majority preferred two, guided by the principle ‘few, but good’.

Births became scarce because of the Artsakh war. The rise in child birth was just after the ‘Big Wedding’ ... In recent times, as the government began to promote large families, the result quickly became tangible. Today, in many villages (and not only), we have numerous multi-members, large and solid families living like in old and good times... When every member of the house feels responsible for everyone and everything, when they are still wearing shortened clothes and shoes pressing the feet, when they are helping the little children with the lessons, and when there are still children helping their mother to carry the full bucket… There is love, care, responsibility and, most importantly, mutual understanding. Every time we go on a business trip, we try to visit one or two such families, this time it happened accidentally... We just got off the highway and got to the village of Lusadzor in the Askeran region, the beautiful house on the right attracted our attention right away… We knocked on the door, it was open, and we went in without invitation. The hostess got confused, while we were watching and admiring the beautiful, luminous rooms, the hostess was correcting the house furniture… Evelyn Balasanyan, the mother of five children, was recently settled in Lusadzor with her family. She is not connected with the village with her roots; she is born in Spitakashen village of Martuni region, her husband Garik is from Berdadzor. Evelyn's second child has a serious health problem, diagnosed with childhood DPS (cerebral palsy). They have said that the family should live in a forested village. First, they settled in the village of Dahrav, and then, as my interlocutor told, because of the uncomfortable place of the village and the lack of job, they asked for a new house in Lusadzor. They adapted to the new residence, learned to deal with the new environment, and most importantly, they have a house and a household plot with all the comforts. Her husband is a seasonal worker, he does any job to feed his large family, and the wife hardly manages with the housework. Evelyn has got two daughters and three sons: Hrayr, Milena, Mane, Gor and Noah. Evelyn receives 54000 drams benefit, and her husband does what he manages: the children are growing and there is a need to dress and feed them, and he is trying to do his best to get by. They are sowing, but they have problems with water, they bring water by car, or collect rainwater, so that the vegetable garden doesn’t dry up; buying from the market, relying on the wages one cannot afford a large family. In the new school year the fourth child is going to school, another concern is adding, a pleasant concern, as the hostess says, the children do not learn badly, they are smart. But there is a big problem with the treatment of the child: the child has to be treated abroad, they have no means, and Evelyn does not know who to call for help. She has no education, she is inactive with the outside world, and she is looking for a way out, and doesn’t find it. Sometimes some people help with a small amount of money, but much money is needed for the treatment of the child. She is not aware of state-healthcare programs; she lives struggling with their hardships and hopes for God. Sometimes they allow themselves to take the children to carousel in Stepanakert and eat ice-cream. Evelyn's refrigerator was full, the day before her husband slaughtered a pig, that would be enough for a month, and then God is great. They have chickens and rabbits, and if there appears someone who could present them a cow, they will keep it with pleasure.” My children are the meaning of my life”, -says Evelyn,” and if my health allowed I would have more, they are my treasure; hopefully they will become well-bred, educated people, and the years that I live for them will be back with their success”. When we were going to say goodbye to the large family, the eldest son, Hrayr, came close and sheepishly showed us his medal and apricot belt awarded in karate competitions. “I won three competitors”, -he said with shining eyes and we left, wishing him many great victories.

 

 

 

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arturcom1@gmail.com (Super User) Mosaik Wed, 17 Jul 2019 14:38:00 +0000
The Armenian Citadel on its way of rediscovery http://www.artsakhtert.com/eng/index.php/mosaik/item/7575-the-armenian-citadel-on-its-way-of-rediscovery http://www.artsakhtert.com/eng/index.php/mosaik/item/7575-the-armenian-citadel-on-its-way-of-rediscovery The Armenian Citadel on its way of rediscovery
Srbuhi VANYAN

 The road from Stepanakert to Karvachar stands only 130 kilometers. It is an asphalt road, with the exception of the 18-20 km section linking the center to the highway serving five communities.

Crossing the river of Getavan, it seems that you have appeared in a fairy world. The nature in the city is just as wonderful, the sky is closer and starrier than in other places of Artsakh, but the first impressions from the city were sad. Everywhere there were traces of the war. Surprisingly, there were lots of showcases on the shops, and compared to the capital Stepanakert, the goods were even cheaper, and the traffic was livelier. That reminded us of the 90s Shushi, and we wanted to believe that in a couple of decades it would be just as well-renovated and inhabited.
To be honest, people didn’t learn to name this region by its official name, New Shahumyan. True Shahumyan is still in captivity and Karvachar, as an Armenian settlement, has been trying to recapture itself for more than two decades after a centuries-old interruption, during which everything of Armenian origin were completely destroyed . Some national and cultural monuments have been saved as eyewitnesses of the history of this historic Armenian land.
The head of the Shahumyan regional administration, Gagik Martirosyan, was appointed to this post a year ago. We did not ask him any questions; it was seen at first glance. We were particularly interested in the solutions. And obviously these are largely dependent on the state policy and investments in the region.
Last year, the state order for capital construction was 110 million drams. During the last year, the amount has reached 1 billion 40 million drams, which means that new approaches have been adopted in the development of Karvachar. The head of the regional administration notes with satisfaction that during the year 6 communities in the region (totally 16 of them) will finally solve the problem of all day water supply. The water line and a mechanical cleaning station are in the construction phase. By implementing the project, the residents of Verin Shen, Getashen, Nor Brajur, Dadivank, Zuar, Charektar communities will be able to solve their daily problems. Another important problem should be solved simultaneously. Mechanisms should be developed for rational distribution of water. Additionally, they are not solvent and are not used to observe the water as a product to be paid for. In general, there is a problem of raising legal awareness and education in Karvachar, and the head of the administration thinks that it is the precondition for solving all other problems and developing the region. There are 50 teacher vacancies in Shahumyan region. There are schools where natural subjects are not taught at all because of the lack of specialists. Karvachar and the Shahumian region, in general, must be resettled with working and creative people. There is a need for any specialist: workers, farmworkers, engineers, farmers, lawyers, teachers, doctors.
There is a district medical unit in the center, where three doctors and one nurse work. The quality of care depends on the medical conditions of the medical unit, saturation, the availability of specialist doctors. There are 10 beds in the hospital and birth help is also provided. There is a laboratory, the activity of which cannot be considered as complete. There is only one ambulance here. The patients receive more comprehensive medical services in Stepanakert or Vardenis. The diseases registered in the region are mostly seasonal; there are no typical diseases in this region.
In the current year the roofs of the schools of Nor Brajur and Nor Getashen communities will be repaired. Within the framework of ‘ARI’ program this year 15 new apartments will be built, which will allow to invite specialists.
In the near future the reconstruction of the Karvatchar-Sotk 23 km long road section will be completed, which will enable to provide the Karvachar transport connection with the Republic of Armenia. In the area road maintenance is carried out by the “Mijnaberdshin” CJSC.
The kindergarten's sewage network is being repaired; the renovation of a multi-apartment building's roof is in perspective, as a result of cooperation with “Ararat” Charity Foundation the building of the House of Culture will be repaired.
Perspectives
G. Martirosyan considers the region perfect for cattle breeding. There are alpine meadows and pastures here. And since everyone is urged to engage in this branch of the economy, it is foreseen to build a new veterinary station in the city, which will also have a laboratory. The financial allocations have already been made, and now the work is in progress. Together with the development of cattle-breeding, the head of the regional administration also considers perspective the development of the light industry, particularly textile, which can at the same time solve the problem of women's employment. Unfortunately, it is still an idea and it can become a project only in case of investments.
There is also a great potential for tourism development in Karvachar since there are more than 200 cultural monuments in the region, rare historic monuments, thermal pools, huge water resources, caves, fortresses, indescribable nature, that is to say there are the best conditions for mountaineering, extreme lovers , winter tourism and camping. Certainly, without the development of infrastructures and service system, it will be difficult to present and use as a tourist attraction zone. Karvachar expects that the government will create a privileged tax field here, providing a favorable environment for investments.
There is a great potential for the development of beekeeping in the area of New Shahumyan. Almost everyone is engaged in the production of honey, there is no problem of sale at all. There are plenty of social problems in the region. Houses are being built for large families. At present, all villages in the region are provided with electricity, there is mobile and internet connection.
In a word, the solution t of the problems here is of course important, but more important is that Karvachar is Armenian today. It is Armenian because of the brave ones who did not save their own lives for the idea of seeing Artsakh as an Armenian. Armenian children are born in Karvachar today, playing football and bicycling, national songs and music sound here, the Armenian alphabet is taught here. That is to say problem solving here is only a matter of time.

 

 

 

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Victory Day http://www.artsakhtert.com/eng/index.php/mosaik/item/7490-victory-day http://www.artsakhtert.com/eng/index.php/mosaik/item/7490-victory-day Victory Day
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