(Times Armenia) The Fuller Center for Housing of Armenia has reached an agreement to assist low-income families in building safe, decent and affordable homes in the Republic of Artsakh. "We invited The Fuller Center for Housing to assist our efforts to bring greater stability to the families of our region," Artsakh Prime Minister Ara Haroutyunyan said in a statement. "Our government is ready to provide with maximum organizational support to this new program. Therefore, I call upon all donors to support the Artsakh Project of The Fuller Center for Housing." The project traces its roots to the top of Mount Ararat, where Noah’s Ark came to rest in the Biblical story of the Great Flood. In August 2013, Haroutyunyan spokesman Artak Beglaryan and Fuller Center of Armenia Development Director Gohar Palyan were in the same group of hikers to ascend the legendary 16,945-foot summit. Click here to read more about how that led to this new project.