In East Armenian village of Dzoragyugh, the majority of men work in Russia during spring and the late autumn period. As a consequence, the village has become a World Without Men. Nearly half of its 5,000 population have migrated abroad leaving women to take over traditional male duties such as ploughing fields, officiating at funerals. All these activities contribute to their usual duties like raising children and keeping families together. Monika meets women who keep the community together.