A Playground for
Mets Masrik’s Community
Mets Masrik, a small village located in the Gegharkunik province of Armenia, consists of Armenian families who have migrated from Azerbaijan during the Nagorno-Karabakh war, also known as the Artsakh war (1988-1994). There are 3,500 people and 756 households in the town of Mets Masrik. The village thrives on cattle breeding, and farming of various crops. FCN’s goal to make play time possible for all 700 children living in Mets Masrik was fulfilled through the grand opening of an accessible community playground.
Sponsors: Garnik and Hilda Yousefi
FCN Program: Education