15:48 | 12.10.22 | News | 5636
A pilot program of dental services is set up in Chinari with the support of Viva-MTS.
The company said in a news release that Viva-MTS has invested AMD 5 million for the pilot program.
The representatives of the charity foundation “Athenas” have been in the village on a visit to evaluate the local needs.
“The purpose the partners are driven by is to stand by those who live in borderland communities. After the installation of new equipment and a dental chair, Chinari will have a dental service, which will be free for its residents,” the news release reads.
The partner organizations plan to set free dental services in two villages of Tavush by end of this year.
The second recipient village will be chosen based on the results of another planned visit, as well.