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The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia


Programme trains Macedonian teachers in effective, child-friendly education methods
SKOPJE, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 22 April 2009 – Last month, 55 mathematics teachers participated in the first round of training for mentor-teachers here, as part of a new professional development programme aimed at improving mathematics and literacy instruction in this country.

Mobile educators brings learning to poor families in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
TETOVO, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 11 November 2005 – A team of travelling teachers is visiting Valbone Mandzukai’s family, to teach her 7-year-old son how to read and write. But he is not the only one learning – Valbone, who was illiterate when she fled Kosovo six years ago, is also taking lessons.

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Helping children with disabilities find homes
SKOPJE, The former Yugoslav Republic of  Macedonia, 4 October 2005 – Ljubche Dimoska has come a long way since leaving a state-run institution for the disabled in The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. It's not apparent just by looking at him, but a few words with his foster mother clarifies his remarkable journey.




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