The Hayrenaser organization built a new school in Herik village of the Kashatagh region of Artsakh and named it after April war hero Robert Abajyan.
The Hayrenaser organization built a new school in Mush village of the Kashatagh region of Artsakh for the students of Mush and Alashkert villages and named it after April war hero Armenak Urfanyan.
Here is the video by Artsakh TV (in Armenian) about the opening ceremony of Herik school after hero Robert Abajyan.
Herik village, along with Moshatagh and Berdik, is in the Moshatagh region. Herik is located 45 kilometers north east from the Kashatagh’s central region of Berdzor. The village was liberated during the Artsakh war in 1991-92. Resettlement began around 1995-96.
There were only 30 families in the region during those years. The village lacked electricity and a school for a couple of years after the resettlement.
we are excited and happy to present to you the whole huge work which was done by Hayrenaser Organization due to its donors in Herik village of Kashatagh region, Artsakh. we present to you the photos of the construction of Herik school.
Hayrenaser and its donors gave a modern and comfortable school to the kids of Herik village.
First, let’s see the ruins which were to become a new school.
And now let’s see how the work started:
Constructions were carried also in the yard of the school:
And at last, Construction of Herik school comes to the end, and also, Installing the windows in Herik school, Installing doors in Herik school and Interior construction of the newly-built school in Herik.