AMAA Is Always There – All Over
The cry for help is repeated Loud and Clear!
Our people from Artsakh have suffered the unimaginable. After living for more than 9 months under a blockade, in the face of a clear demonstration of ethnic cleansing, their lives were frighteningly turned upside down by a new axis of terror. Innocent lives have been unethically torn asunder. Families were separated.
Since the September 19th forced exodus from Artsakh, AMAA Centers remain active and diligent in helping to provide temporary housing, distribute parcels of food and hygiene, infant formula, and medical care. Our Pastors and psychologists meet with individuals to help them process their fear, anger, and confusion. AMAA’s commitment to helping those forcibly displaced from Artsakh remains firm. It is the goal of the AMAA to actively secure their future by helping them find permanent housing, employment opportunities, education, psychological and spiritual support.
We appeal to you for your continued support and prayers. Hand-in-hand we will help our brothers and sisters get through this difficult time.
May God bless you.
AMAA Executive Director/CEO