News update

The Macedonia Schools Project is pleased to announce the awarding of four $1,500 grants to: Bratstvo-Edinstvo Primary School, Ohrid for science equipment; Josep Broz Tito School, Struga for science equipment, Vanco Nikoleski schools, Leskoec for sound equipment and Zivko Cingo School, Velgoshti for science equipment.

Read more: Four $1500 grants

Due to the generous donation of American businessman Chris Evanoff, who was born in Prilep, Macedonia, three schools received new lap top computers recently.

Read more: New lap top computers

Macedonia Schools Project Board Member, Vesna Terzioska, reported the use of the 2018 MSP $1,000 grant for Kosel School (of Vanco Nikoleski schools) .

Read more: $1000 grant

Smart learners get into the secrets of programming.

Read more: Lap top donation

The Macedonia Schools Project is pleased to announce it has recently received a generous $5,000 grant from the Speroff Foundation via the Oregon Community Foundation.

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2018-08-29, 00:38
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2017-09-21, 15:52
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Thomas Lineham

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