Think to act!
The essence of the proposed project is simple, namely, connecting people to carry out creative activities for the mutual benefit of the world, the nation and the individual. We call on all concerned people to jointly create and implement anchor projects, i.e. inventive, audacious multi-purpose initiatives that are useful to the Armenian state and nation, and to the wider world, and collectively produce a multiplier socio-economic effect.
Here you can learn about the anchor projects that we, together with partners, have been implementing in Armenia and abroad for the past 18 years.
The international Aurora Humanitarian Initiative was founded on behalf of the survivors of the Armenian Genocide and in gratitude to their saviors. It seeks to empower modern-day saviors to offer life and hope to those in urgent need of basic humanitarian aid anywhere in the world and thus continue the cycle of giving internationally. Aurora is Gratitude in Action.
Education in the Armenian world has always been a basic value and the foundation for the success of many generations of compatriots. UWC Dilijan is the first college in the post-Soviet space that is part of the international educational movement UWC (United World Colleges).
Remembering the roots and respect for its rich cultural heritage have always been the special values of the Armenian world. Today, Armenia desperately needs anchor projects of regional economic development, implemented on the principles of private-state partnership and network interaction.
With the beginning of the accession of Eastern Armenia to the Russian Empire at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, Tbilisi became one of the spiritual and economic centers of the Armenian world.
The temple complex on Olympic Avenue in Moscow is the largest spiritual and educational building of the Armenian Apostolic Church (AAC) outside of Armenia. The Armenian diaspora in Russia has made and is making a huge scientific, technical, cultural and financial contribution not only to the creation of the Moscow megalopolis, but also to the revival of present-day Armenia.
For several centuries, the city of Shushi in Artsakh, located at the crossroads of four civilizations, has been one of the cultural and economic centers in the ecosystem of the Armenian world. The restoration of the Upper Mosque of Gohar Agha in Shushi, a remarkable monument of Persian architecture of the 18th century, is one of the key projects of the Revival of Oriental Historical Heritage Foundation.