“My goal would be to raise enough funds to provide one portable lab this season,Inches stated Vatche.
This innovation may be the latest projects from the ATG. Dr. James Reynolds, President of ATG, devoted 3 years of his time for you to testing and putting together the lab and shipped the very first prototype to Armenia in 2015. ATG’s objective would be to supply 10 MVDLs, one for every region of Armenia and Karabakh. Each one of the models costs $15,000, including training and follow-up support to build up baseline diagnostic information and clinical data. The MVDL might be quickly deployed and triggered in almost any rural location. Our mission is just aid in increasing farm production and earnings.
As Vatche loves to say having a smile on his face, “I is going to be doing all of the effort, and i’ll truly thank you for financial support with this worthy cause.”
It had been 17 years back, in 1999, when Vatche rode his bike from capital to capital – Stepanakert to Yerevan to assist fund the grape nursery the Armenian Technology Group, Corporation. (ATG) was creating in Karabakh. Since that time, each year he spends two days within the summer time to go to Armenia together with his own sources to paddle through the countryside to boost funds for numerous worthy endeavors.
Greater than twenty five years ago, ATG began having a simple thought that we can produce a improvement in the lives of the siblings and siblings in Armenia and Artsakh regardless of what the difficulties are. We’ve the collective power to do this.