Sasunik village will have a new kindergarten after 17 years of waiting
Posted on March 10, 2015
The newly-built kindergarten in Sasunik, a village in Armenia’s Aragatsotn Region, will be unveiled in May. Sponsorship – Hayastan All-Armenian Fund’s Great Britain branch and Sasunik village administration.

The community of 4000 has had no kindergarten building since 1998. As a result, some of the children have had to attend a kindergarten in nearby Ashtarak town, with others taking classes in the college located at the community school building.
The two-story facility will open its doors fully furnished and with an improved surrounding area.

The community members occupations include viticulture, husbandry and animal breeding, with more than 100 residents employed at Sasunik’s wine factory.