A school in Yerevan has enabled scores of children of Syrian Armenians who fled violence in Aleppo and other cities and towns of Syria engulfed in a bloody internal strife to study in their usual language of instruction, the Arabic, as well as with the use of the curricula typical for schools in their native Middle Eastern country.

The “Guiligian” School opened its doors for for 220 Syrian Armenian children at primary school N 14 named after Nar Dos in Yerevan on October 9, where they will receive their education based on Syrian state curriculum.

The school has been launched at the initiative of the Social Democrat Hunchakian Party and implemented by the Guiligian Charitable Union with help from Armenia’s Ministry of Diaspora.

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