An EU-funded project in Armenia is launching free vocational cooking classes for displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh and low-income families from other regions of Armenia.
The cooking classes will be led by chef Sedrak Mamulyan. The training will begin on 11 April.
Cooking classes will be held for residents of the five provinces of Armavir, Ararat, Kotayk, Vayots Dzor and Syunik, as well as the cities of Yerevan, Artashat, Hrazdan, Yeghegnadzor and Goris.
Deadline for applications is 7 April.
The training is organised by the People in Need NGO as part of the ‘REACT. Project of humanitarian assistance and integration of conflict-affected people’, funded in Armenia by the European Union.
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