On September 19, 2017 an official opening ceremony of Preschool Education Service Centers took place in Ahnidzor and Marts villages of Tumanian consolidated Community in Lori region.

On May 25, 2017 United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) country office in Armenia, Tumanyan consolidated community of Lori region, “Step by Step” Benevolent Foundation and Communities Finance Officers Association signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU)

Nrnadzor and Alvank are the most remote frontier villages of Meghri region.

On April 13, Elena Jilavanyan - a teacher of school N 100 in Yerevan, organized an interesting "Native" class for 3rd graders.

“Step by Step” BF and Early Education Department of the Armenian State Pedagogical University were going to award certificates to students who had participated in the workshop conducted by “Step by Step”.


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Anticorruption Education

In 2006 “Step by Step” BF launched a project on anticorruption education in schools and HED institutions. The Project was implemented in partnership with Modern Didactics Center in Lithuania under the umbrella of RWCT International Consortium through funding from REFINE project of OSI.


The project aimed at increasing anticorruption awareness through education of the youth and dissemination of anticorruption information by means of developed curriculum and programs for out-of-school activities. To implement projects on anticorruption education SBS BF has a set of materials including a training module, curriculum, and a handbook for teachers which enable educators not only to teach anticorruption education course in their classrooms but also to integrate the topics on anticorruption into curriculum of different subject areas.


Anticorruption Education Course can be delivered at the request of educational institutions and other organizations that are interested in teaching anticorruption themes or organizing anticorruption events.


Those who are interested can approach the staff members of SBS BF office.

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