UN International Day of Families 2013

Day of Families Observed in Armenia

Yerevan, Armenia - At Yerevan state school No. 194, UPF-Armenia held a program named ”Healthy Family” on May 18 as a part of a celebration of the UN International Day of Families. Eleven families participated in the program. There were several sports competitions among the families. Each family had to face challenges as a family, and also family members had to demonstrate their personal abilities. Final scores were counted per family team as well as per each team member. At the end of competition not only the winners got prizes but all family teams that participated were awarded gifts. As a part of the program the General Secretary of UPF–Armenia, Hovhannes Barseghyan, delivered a short speech about UPF’s vision for family education.

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