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A documentary film dedicated to the activities of NARGIS magazine and NARGIS charity fund was shown


A documentary film dedicated to the activities of NARGIS magazine and NARGIS charity fund was shown

On March 11, a documentary film dedicated to the activities of NARGIS magazine and the NARGIS charity fund was screened at Nizami Cinema Center.

Partners of the magazine and fund, philanthropists, representatives of ministries and organizations, local and foreign companies, culture, science and art figures, public figures, journalists, bloggers took part in the event.

For more than 11 years, NARGIS magazine has been a leader in the Azerbaijani market. The first issue of the magazine was published on December 13, 2012. During this period, various events were covered, and interviews were held with both local and foreign art and culture figures, famous designers and architects, actors, musicians and performers.

In addition to educational activities, the magazine, which provides information on cultural heritage and modern trends, also actively participates in the implementation of environmental and social initiatives. Numerous events and projects are reflected in the stories and memories of both current and former employees of the publishing house. The film was shot by VarYokh team.

The NARGIS Fund was founded in 2012 by Ulviyya Mahmud, the editor-in-chief of NARGIS magazine, and started its charitable activities in 2013. The main goal of the fund is to help socially vulnerable people, primarily children suffering from various diseases. The fund is the organizer of large-scale charity fairs such as "Cold Hands, Hot Heart", "Earth in my hands, spring in my heart", "YayLand Fest" organized in the center of the capital. All funds received from the fairs are used for the treatment and operations of children.

 

 

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