World Water for Youth , Armenia, April 9 (8th session day)

"World Water for Youth" is a youth exchange organized by Serund Pan-Armenian Youth Center". The project objective is to focus attention of young people on importance of freshwater resources and their preservation. Then sessions and workshops will take place  in  Armenia.

Finally we came to the last day of our program. This day is special for being much overloaded. After having our traditional breakfast we had a little break, and then started the first presentation, which was about the famous Erasmus+ program, which aims to boost skills and employability, as well as modernizing Education, Training, and Youth work. 

As an integrated program, Erasmus+ offers more opportunities for cooperation across the EducationTrainingYouth, and Sport sectors and is easier to access than its predecessors, with simplified funding rules. So, in whole, a huge pack of interesting information was provided about the Erasmus+ program. After that interesting presentation our members had the chance to evaluate those 10 unforgettable days that they had in Tsakhkadzor. There were different thoughts, different ideas and grades about the project.

 So, after evaluating, we had a tasty lunch. Even if we didn’t do some physical work, during the day we spent so much energy that the lunch was a real “helping hand”. Though, it was the last day, we didn’t forget to have fun, we have had a great evening full of tasty Armenian national food and inspiring dances.

Armenian night was really awesome as our members had the chance to get to know the history of Armenia and a lot of interesting information about nowadays issues concerning Armenians. It was a great pleasure for all of us to spend the day with the new friends that have become closer during previous days.


WWaterY-Impressions of Greek, Ukranian, Moldovian, Czech and Italian teams

WWaterY-Impressions of Portugal team 

WWaterY- Good bye Georgian team

WWaterY- Pan Armenian speech and Armenian dance 1 

WWaterY - Armenian dance 2

WWaterY - Magical sound of Armenian national instrument QANON by Anahit Sahakyan

WWaterY - Unity

Project realized  with the support of the Youth in Action programme of the European Union

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