2016 Macedonia Schools Project Report

In 2016, the Macedonia Schools Project carried forward another year touching the lives of many school children and educators in Southwest Macedonia. The program developed some new partnerships and formed new friendships. In addition, the MSP explored some possible directions and challenges for the future.

Read more: Report 2016

2015 Macedonia Schools Project Report

Overshadowing Macedonia during the year, thousands of asylum seekers and migrants from war-torn Syria and the Middle East arrived at the country’s border. Once Macedonian authorities understood the desired destination of these unfortunate travelers, the tiny country opened its doors to provide a safe pathway to the north and the European Union countries. The impact of this historic exodus has yet to be fully realized. Macedonia, no doubt, will be impacted more in the future.

Read more: Report 2015

2014 Macedonia Schools Project Report

Each year the circle of friendship between the Macedonia Schools Project and its friends widen. We never know who we will touch or what new development will come along. Key to the program’s success our wonderful donors, boardmembers, volunteers and teaching staff. Summarized below are the main MSP activities for 2014.

Read more: Report 2014

2013 Macedonia Schools Project Report

The MSP has become a year- round activity as it has attracted more interest both in Macedonia and the USA.

Read more: Report 2013

2012 Macedonia Schools Project Report

Thanks to Boardmember Leon Speroff and the Goce Delcev Foundation and the MPO of USA and Canada we had a few more dollars to spend in 2012 on behalf of the Macedonia Schools Project. The teachers and staff were very grateful.

Read more: Report 2012



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