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Open Society Institute in Macedonia
Publisher:
Foundation Open Society Institute - Macedonia
Bul. Jane Sandanski 111, POB 378
1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Tel. ++3892 2444-488
Fax: ++3892 2444-499
E-mail: [email protected]
www.soros.org.mk
For the publisher:
Vladimir Milcin
Editor:
Marijana Ivanova
Proof Reading:
Abakus, Skopje
Design, Layout & Print:
Koma, Skopje
Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, 2007
Print run: 500
ISBN 978-9989-185-37-3
CIP - Katalogizacija vo publikacija
Nacionalna i univerzitetska biblioteka ”Sv. Kliment Ohridski”,
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061.27(497.7)”2006”(047)
ANNUAL report : 2006 / Foundation Open Society Institute Macedonia ; [editor Marijana Ivanova]. - Skopje : Foundation Open
Society Institute Macedonia, 2007. - 285 str. : ilustr. ; 19
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ISBN 978-9989-185-37-3
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2006
foundation
open society
institute macedonia
Contents
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Foreword
Contacts and Organizational Set-up
13
Partners and Donors
Programs
9
17
Roma (Inter-program Initiatives) 18
Assessment of Macedonia©s Z
Good Governance Potential 26
Education Program 30
Information Program 34
Public Health Program 44
Economic Reform Program 48
Media Program 54
Public Administration Reform Program 60
Law Program 66
Civil Society Program 72
East-East Program and Other SZC
Regional Projects 88
Important Events
Financial Report
Annexes
94
96
120
Annex 1 - Grants Lists 121
Annex 2 - Consolidated Financial
Statements 256
FOREWORD
FOSIM in 2006:
Suppressing corruption and nationalism, supporting local development
The year 2006 was marked by the Parliamentary Elections dated on July 5th. The elections
resulted with a defeat for the governing coalition ªTogether for Macedoniaº, led by the Social
Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDSM), and the victory of the coalition ªFor Better Macedoniaº,
led by the political party VMRO-DPMNE of the young leader Nikola Gruevski, who became new
Prime minister.
Although the new Government©s main objectives were to improve the standard of living by means of economic growth,
to increase employment, to fight corruption, democracy
development, to improve interethnic relations and political stability, and to accelerate the integration into EU and
NATO, there were no clear indicators that these would be
achieved. On the contrary, the new Government showed
early signs of being vulnerable for corruption, nepotism
and discrimination.
In 2006, the Fifth anniversary of the signing of the
Framework Agreement in Ohrid was marked. Aiming to suppress the nationalistic mythologisation of
the 2001 conflict which leads toward further polarization among
Macedonians and Albanians, FOSIM initiated the project Demythologization of
2001 - History and Apocrypha, compiling precise chronology of political and military events,
bibliography of books and comprehensive texts on the conflict, published in Macedonia and
abroad, and oral history.
FOSIM put a lot of its efforts to contribute to the improvement of the Law on Citizens© Associations and Foundations and development of the National Strategy for Cooperation between the
Government and the Non-Governmental Sector, scheduled for the next year.
The growing cooperation between local authorities and the non-governmental sector was one of
the positive trends in 2006. The 12 NGO Support Centres operate (project implemented by FOSIM
and financed in partnership with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation - SDC and
the European Agency for Reconstruction - EAR) operating for several years with donors© support,
started to search for their sustainability paths. FOSIM provided advocacy and lobbying activities
proved to be successful for 9 out of the 12 Centres. The local and central government provide
free-of-charge premises, and in some cases cover their electricity, water and heating costs. By
the end of 2006, all 12 Centres were registered as legal entities with missions stemming from
the local context.
FOSIM©s priorities in 2006 were structured to response those burning issues in the country, but
as well as to fulfil the gaps of the Government©s intervention.
The mission of FOSIM aims at internal integration of Macedonia as a prerequisite for EU integration. The Foundation©s priorities defined in the 2006 Strategy organically stem from its mission
in the period when EU integration seemed far away, while the europeanization of Macedonia
inevitable. Those are:

Mapping and Screening of State Institutions, Analysis and Promotion of Assessment of
Good Governance Potential in Macedonia - cross-program priority for 2006-2008;

Integration of Roma - in education, health care, civil society and economic reform program areas; FOSIM is the leading player working (designing and implementing projects)
on Roma inclusion at all levels of education; in July 2006, USAID approved additional
USD 1,381,000 for the extension of Roma Education Project for the period September
2007 - May 2011; The Royal Dutch Embassy in Skopje granted FOSIM 2,007,100 Euro for
the Project ªEqual Educational Opportunities for Roma Childrenº for the school years
2006/7, 2007/8 and 2008/9;

Decentralization and Development of Local Democracy - in public administration, civil
society, law and information program areas;

Affirmation of European Values and Standards - in all program areas.
FOSIM©s strategic approach in achieving its goals is the following: long-term partnerships and
fund-raising; further reducing the grant-giving operation and increasing operational activities;
training and monitoring central and local administration; and research and public policies.
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CONTACTS AND ORGANIZATIONAL SET-UP
Foundation Open Society Institute - Macedonia (FOSIM)
Blvd. Jane Sandanski 111, Skopje
POB 378
Republic of Macedonia
Tel. ++3892/ 2444-488;
Fax ++3892/2444-499,
[email protected]
www.soros.org.mk
Executive Board
Slobodanka Markovska, Chairperson
Gordana Duvnjak
Goce Todorovski
Hasan Jasari
Mabera Kamberi
Mersel Biljali
Nikola Tupanceski
Management
Vladimir Milcin, Executive Director, ext. 155
Slavica Inzdevska, Deputy Executive Director for Joint Programs; East-East Program, ext. 105,
[email protected]
Zoran Cali, Administrative Director, ext. 104, [email protected]
Programs and Projects
Assessment of Good Governance Potential in Macedonia
Slavica Indzevska, Program Manager
Nevenka Rosomanova, Project Coordinator, ext. 126, [email protected]
Aleksandar Markovski, Project administrator and research support, ext. 200,
[email protected]
Igor Krstevski, IT support, ext. 227 [email protected]
Education
Spomenka Lazarevska, Program Director, Education, ext. 150, [email protected]
Suzana Pecakovska, Program Coordinator, Roma Education Program, Higher Education,
ext. 190, [email protected]
Teodora Ajanovska, Project Coordinator, Roma Education, ext. 220, [email protected]
Senad Mustafov, Project Coordinator, Romaversitas, tel. 02/3296-142,
[email protected]
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Eliza Abazovska, Assistant, Roma Education, ext. 106, [email protected]
Denis Durmis, Assistant, Roma Education, ext. 107, [email protected]
Darko Bozinovski, Assistant, Roma Education, ext. 107, [email protected]
Redzep Ali Cupi, Assistant, Romaveristas, Tel. 02/3296-142, [email protected]
Ramce Kundevski, Assistant, Romaversitas, Tel. 02/3296-142,
[email protected]
Natasa Angeleska, Program Coordinator, Creative Teaching and Learning, ext. 160,
[email protected]
Ana Marija Brangjolica, Project Coordinator, Creative Teaching and Learning, ext. 268,
[email protected]
Vlatko Petrusevski, Assistant, Creative Teaching and Learning, ext. 268,
[email protected]
Nada Naumovska, Assistant, Creative Teaching and Learning, ext. 116, [email protected]
Kristina Tasevska, Assistant, Creative Teaching and Learning, ext. 151, [email protected]
Pakize Banusheva, Project Coordinator, Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education, ext. 114, tel.
02/2447-050, [email protected]
Merziha Idrizi, Project coordinator, Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education, Ext. 282, [email protected]
Nevsija Demir, Assistant, Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education, ext. 282,
tel. 02/2447-009, [email protected]
Ervin Asanovski, Assistant, Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education, ext 114,
[email protected]
Maja Trajanovska, Project Manager, Equal Educational Opportunities for Roma Children, ext.
140, [email protected]
Miodraga Stefanovska, Project Coordinator, Equal Educational Opportunities for Roma
Children, ext. 129, [email protected]
Sabina Mustafa, Assistant, Equal Educational Opportunities for Roma Children, ext. 117,
[email protected]
Irena Balova, Coordinator, finance and supply, Equal Educational Opportunities for Roma Children, ext. 129, [email protected]
Information
Bardhyl Jashari, Program Coordinator, tel. ++3892/3109-325, [email protected]
Public Health
Vera Dimitrievska, Program Coordinator, ++3892/2403-804, [email protected]
Economic Reform
Zoran Cali, Administrative Director
Marijana Ivanova, Program Coordinator, Living Heritage, ext. 127, [email protected]
Milica Srdanovik, Program Assistant, ext. 115, [email protected]
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The Information Program is a spin-off program coordinated by the Metamorphosis Foundation
from Skopje.
Media
Violeta Gligorovska, Program Coordinator, ext. 118, [email protected]
Nadica Stamboldzioska, Project Assistant, ext. 123, [email protected]
Public Administration Reform
Fani Karanfilova-Panovska, Program Coordinator, ext. 113, [email protected]
Izabela Radevska-Kufalovska, Project Coordinator, ext. 113, [email protected]
Law Program
Neda Korunovska, Program Coordinator, ext. 188, [email protected]
Dance Danilovska, Project Coordinator, Free Access to Information, ext. 226,
[email protected]
East-East: Partnership Beyond Borders
Slavica Indzevska, Program Coordinator, ext. 105, [email protected]
Aleksandar Markovski, Program Assistant, ext. 200, [email protected]
Civil Society
Blvd. Jane Sandanski 26/II/1 and 2, Skopje
Tel. ++3892/2403-010, ++3892/2403-009
Suncica Kostovska-Petrovska, Program Coordinator, Project Manager of 12 NGO Support Centres and Community Forums ++3892/2403-009 [email protected]
Adrijana Trendova, Project Coordinator, Civil Society and NGO Support Centers (SDC/FOSIM)
++3892/2403t-010, [email protected]
Sara Demiri, Project Coordinator, NGO Support Centers (EAR/FOSIM); History and Apocrypha –
Demythologisation of 2001; Project Assistant, Community Forums ++3892/2403-010, [email protected]
soros.org.mk
Ljupka Bakardzieva, Project Coordinator, Youth in Action: financial and technical support to
youth NGOs focused on communities ++3892/2403-009, [email protected]
Tamara Kjortoseva, Project Coordinator, Support to a National Civil Society Forum/Platform
++3892/2403-010, [email protected]
Stefan Stefanov, Assistant, Finance, ext. 125, [email protected]
Ljubisa Angelovski, Assistant, Logistics, Community Forums
++3892/2403-010, [email protected]
Boris Sarkovski, Project Coordinator, Community Forums, [email protected]
Vesna Skortova, Moderator, Community Forums, [email protected]
NGO Support Centers (SDC/FOSIM)
Prilep
Goce Todoroski and Goran Karapeevski, Local coordinators, [email protected]
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Veles
Vesa Skortova and Dimce Velev, Local coordinators, [email protected]
Stip
Nevenka Longurova Girova and Boris Sarkovski, Local coordinators, [email protected]
Kicevo
Ismet Balazi and Elizabeta Risteska, Local coordinators, [email protected]
NGO Support Centers (EAR/FOSIM)
Debar
Suip Marku and Goce Ljubinovski, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected]
Delcevo
Tereza Filobok and Toni Stoimenovski, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected]
Strumica
Tanja Taseva, Riste Stevanov, Mitko Nikolov, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Resen
Gordana Toskovska, Engin Bahtijar, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected]
Kratovo
Goce Angelovski, Borjanco Micevski, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected]
Negotino
Roza Janevska, Eleonora Nastova-Dimova, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected]
Struga
Dimitri Golaboski, Arbresa Vlasi, Edi Kela, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Gevgelija
Katica Hadzi-Nikolova, Laze Trajkov, Local coordinators
[email protected], [email protected]
Administration
Solunka Zoksimovska, Administrative Assistant, ext. 155, [email protected]
Marijana Ivanova, Public Relations Coordinator, ext. 127, [email protected]
Vanco Dzambaski, Grants and Logistics, ext. 112, [email protected]
Ljiljana Ristevska, Head of Accountancy Unit, ext. 110, [email protected]
Beti Simjanovska-Trajcevska, Accountant, ext. 120, [email protected]
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Stefan Stefanov, Accountant, ext. 125, [email protected]
Anastazija Paneva, Cashier, ext. 111, [email protected]
Igor Krstevski, IT Support, ext. 227, [email protected]
Branko Zoksimovski, Driver, ext. 222, [email protected]
Stana Filipovska and Lepa Doneva, Maintanance, ext. 130
Partners and donors
National
Public Institutions and Organizations
Academy for Training of Judges and Public Prosecutors, Skopje
Agency of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Macedonia
Broadcasting Council
Bureau for Development of Education, Department for Development and Promotion of Education in Languages of Minorities, Ministry of Education and Science
Civil Servants Agency
Customs Office
Economic Institute, Skopje
Faculty for Dramatic Arts, Skopje
Financial Police
General Secretariat of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia
Hospis Sue Rider, Skopje
IT Commission, Government of the Republic of Macedonia
Law Faculty Iustinianius Primus, Skopje
Ministry of Economy
Ministry of Education and Science
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Internal Affairs
Ministry of Justice
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy
Ministry of Local Self-Government
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Money Laundring Prevention Directorate
Municipality of Veles
Municipality of Prilep
Museum of Macedonia
Ombudsman
Police Academy, Skopje
Public Prosecution Office
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Public Revenue Office
School of Public Health, Medical Faculty, University Ss Cyril and Methodius, Skopje
Secretariat for European Affairs, Government of the R. of Macedonia
State Commission for Prevention of Corruption
Supreme Court
University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje
University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bitola
Non-Governmental Organizations
Aid for the Handicapped and the Poor, Prilep
Arka, Kumanovo
Association for Civic Tolerance and Cooperation, Prilep
Association of Journalists
Association of Judges
Association of Local Self-Government Units - ZELS
Association of Public Prosecutors
Center for Civic Initiatives, Prilep
Center for Civil Initiatives, Skopje
Center for Democracy Development, Skopje
Center for Institutional Development, Skopje
Center for Research and Policy Making, Skopje
Coalition All for Fair Trials
Dendo Vas, Skopje
Doverba, Skopje
Drom, Kumanovo
ESE, Skopje
Foundation Pitsburg, Graduate Center for Public Policy and Management, Skopje
HOPS, Skopje
Horizonti Foundation, Skopje
Izbor, Strumica
Kham, Kumanovo
Luludi, Skopje
Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (MCIC), Skopje
Macedonian Dentist Chamber
Macedonian Interethnic Association - MIA, Skopje
Media Development Center, Skopje
Mesecina, Gostivar
NGO Info Center, Skopje
Poraka, Skopje
Reaktor, Skopje
Soncogledi, Skopje
Vrama Si, Kumanovo
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FOSIM Spin-off Organizations
Akcija Zdruzenska, Skopje
Children Theatre Center, Skopje
Civil Society Research Center, Skopje
Contemporary Arts Center, Skopje
Common Values, Skopje
Center for Research and Policy Making, Skopje
Economic Education for Youth, Skopje
Foundation for Educational Initiatives Step by Step, Skopje
Macedonian Center for European Training, Skopje
Metamorphosis Foundation, Skopje
Multimedia, Skopje
Research Center for Gender Studies, Skopje
Roma Culture and Education Center Darhija, Skopje
Youth Educational Forum (YEF), Skopje
Youth Enterpreneurial Service Foundation
Business Organizations
Izvozna i kreditna banka, Skopje (IK Banka)
Sonet, Internet Provider, Skopje
Foreign
Embassies, Institutions and International Organizations
American Embassy in the Republic of Macedonia
Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Central European University - Center for Political Studies, Hungary
Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB)
Delegation of the European Commission in the Republic of Macedonia
DPK Consulting, USA
Embassy of the Republic of Hungary in the Republic of Macedonia
European Agency for Reconstruction - EAR
French Cultural Center in the Republic of Macedonia
Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights - OSCE/ODIHR
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe - OSCE
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Swedish Embassy in the Republic of Macedonia
Swedish International Development Agency - SIDA
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation - SDC
United Nations Development Program - UNDP
United States Agency for International Development - USAID
World Bank, USA
World Health Organization
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Non-Governmental Organization
American-Austrian Foundation - AAF, Austria
Balkan Trust for Democracy
Charles Mott Foundation, USA
Development Alternatives, Inc - DAI
Dutch Institute for Public Administration
Freedom of Information Advocacy Net
Institut fur Europaische Politik, Berlin, Germany
InWent, Koln, Germany
King Baudouin Foundation, Belgium
IREX ProMedia, USA
King Baudouin Foundation, Belgium
Kingdom of Norway - CEB Trust Account
Medienhilfe, Switzerland
Network Media Program, Hungary
Norwegian People©s Aid, Norway
Open Society Justice Initiative, USA
Partners Foundation for Local Development - FPDL, Romania
Pestalozzi Children©s Foundation, Switzerland
Press Now, Netherlands
SINTEF Technology and Society, Norway
Swedish Helsinki Committee
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Programs
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Roma (Inter-program
Initiatives)
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Although FOSIM does not have a separate Roma Program, projects addressing this target
group (one of FOSIM©s priorities) are developed in all of its programs. To make FOSIM©s Roma
initiatives more visible, Roma projects are clustered under one title in this Report.
Roma Education Program - REP

Implementing organizations: Dendo Vas, Skopje; Soncogledi, Skopje; Drom, Kumanovo;
Kham, Kumanovo; Aid for the Handicapped and Poor, Prilep; Foundation for Educational
and Cultural initiatives Step by Step, Skopje; 10 primary schools in Skopje, Kumanovo,
Prilep and Bitola, 57 secondary schools throughout Macedonia, and FOSIM

Donors: USAID; Pestalozzi Children©s Foundation; OSCE; FOSIM; Hungarian Embassy;
Roma Education Initiative, Budapest, and Roma Education Fund, Budapest

Partner: Ministry of Education and Science - Bureau for Development of Education

Aim: to help Roma students remain in the school system and improve their school performance and attendance, through positive interventions at all levels of education
The Roma Education Program went into the third year of implementation. It is structured in four components: pre-school, primary school, secondary school and university
component.
The pre-school component is implemented by
five Roma education centers (RECs) located in
Roma settlements and managed by non-governmental organizations. 218 Roma children
have further developed their social and cognitive skills, cultural and hygiene habits learnt
Macedonian language and gained basic knowledge in mathematics. As a result, the number
of pre-school children in targeted communities
who started the formal primary education on
time has increased, as well as the interest of
parents who actively participated in RECs activities.
This component was financed by FOSIM and USAID.
The primary school component is implemented in both regular primary schools and non-formal
Roma education centers. 354 Roma children from I-IV grade and 239 children from V-VIII grade
from 5 primary schools received after school educational support in RECs on a daily basis in
ªStraso Pindzurº and ªBraka Miladinovciº in Skopje, ª11 Oktomvriº and ªHristijan Todorovski-Karposº in Kumanovo, and ªDobre Jovanovskiº in Prilep
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homework writing, preparation for school tests and tutoring in subjects with lower achievements. The parents© meetings organized by RECs with 466 parents participating enabled greater
involvement and improved information of parents on their children©s progress at school. 50 REC
educators and 200 teachers from the primary schools included in the project were trained in
child-centered methodology, innovative teaching and learning techniques, social inclusion, and
cooperation with parents. A working manual was developed for RECs, integrating good practices and lessons learned from the work with Roma children and youth, and the parents. The
schools were also supplied with didactical material. The evaluation on the effects of the centers©
activities showed an increased retention rate of 97.9% of the V-VIII grade Roma students visiting the RECs which is 6.7% higher than last year (91.2% in 2004/5). There were no drop outs
among these students. They attended school more regularly and achieved better average result
compared to Roma students not visiting the Centers. This component was financed by USAID,
Pestalozzi Children©s Foundation, FOSIM and REI, Budapest.
The secondary school component enabled 247 third-year high school Roma students to receive scholarships and school-based mentorship assistance by 111 teachers in 58 schools
included in the program. The additional academic support enabled them to expand
their knowledge and interests by participating in winter
and summer schools on various topics (presentation and communication skills, leadership, street
law, etc.). Those who have achieved high average
at school were given the opportunity to attend English language and computer literacy courses. Roma
Education Centers Dendo Vas in Skopje, Vrama Si
in Kumanovo and Romano pro Angle in Prilep organized additional activities (educational workshops,
debates, clubs, English language and computer literacy courses) for 150 students, as well as tutor assistance for students who were not program beneficiaries. The Centers also organized affirmative actions
on secondary education enrollment. The evaluation of the secondary component of the Program showed a retention rate of 96.3% among scholarship beneficiaries which is 17.3% higher
than the retention rate determined with the base-line study performed prior to the Program©s
initiation (79%). The average school performance of participating students has also improved
from 3.11 at the end of the academic year 2004/5 to 3.42 (on a scale from 1 to 5) at the end of the
academic year 2005/6. This component was financed by the USAID and FOSIM.
The university component was implemented by the FOSIM©s operational program Romaversitas. 48 Roma students were given scholarships for the academic 2005/6 year. The Program
also provided mentorship assistance by junior university professors and outstanding students
from higher years. The students attended 6 academic training modules on correspondence,
academic writing, types of essays, Macedonian labor market©s competitiveness, drafting CVs
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and preparation for interview, time management, complex text reading techniques, scientific
research methodology, as well as a five-day summer school on public policy making. 25 students
were given the possibility to additionally attend English language courses. The evaluation study
showed that 87.5% of the Roma scholarship students completed the academic 2005/6 year on
time and moved to the next year compared to the 55.5% from the last year. This represents
an increase of 35.5% of the transition rate determined with the base-line study prior to the
Program©s initiation (52%). This component was supported by the USAID, FOSIM and the Roma
Education Fund from Budapest.
Budget: 60,223,879 MKD
Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: Roma Education Fund, Budapest

Partners: Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Macedonia - Department
for Promotion and Development of Education in the Languages of Minorities; Bureau for
Development of Education; and 76 secondary schools in 25 cities in the country.

Aim: to improve the retention and achievement rate of targeted Roma students enrolled
in secondary education; to increase the number of Roma with completed secondary education in the country as well as to improve the transition rate of Roma students from
secondary to university education.
The Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education project went into the second year of its implementation. The following activities were preformed by the end of the year:
The scholarship and mentorship schemes were renewed; 499 out of 657 Roma students included
in the project last year (2005/6) continued to receive scholarship and mentoring support in the
academic year 2006/7; 436 of them are in the second year of secondary education. The average school performance was the basis for scholarship renewal. Respectively, 242 high-school
students with an average mark of 3.00 and higher received full scholarships of 480 EUR and 194
high-school students with average performance below 3.00 received partial scholarship of 100
EUR. 63 high-school students in the fourth year of secondary education achieving the requested
average of 3.50 and higher received full scholarship of 480 EUR; 115 high school teachers who
served as mentors continued their mentorship work. The regional advisors from the Bureau for
Development of Education were overseeing the work of the mentors and the progress made by
the participating high-school students.
The evaluation study on the effects of the project conducted at the end of the 1st (2005/6) project year showed the following results: increased enrollment rate of Roma primary school gradu-
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ates to secondary education from 59.5 % in 2004/5 to 82.8% in 2005/6; increased retention
and achievement rate of targeted Roma high school students: 91.8% of the 1st year scholarship
recipients successfully completed the school year, which is 2.8% higher than the gross national
retention rate for secondary education of 89% as well as 12.3 % higher than the retention rate
of Roma secondary school students from the previous (base-line) years of 79%; considerable
decrease in the drop-out rate among 1st year high school students from 16% (in 2002/3) to
only 2% (at the end of 2005/6); increased school related motivation and self-confidence among
participating Roma students; many students reported that they had received considerable psychological support in terms of getting attention, guidance, and encouragement for a better future by their mentors; and improved possibility of transition to higher education - at least half
of the Roma scholarship recipients who graduated from four year secondary schools entered
universities.
Budget: 36,055,764 MKD
Equal Educational Opportunities for Roma Children
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: Royal Dutch Embassy in the Republic of Macedonia
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Partners: 10 primary schools in Macedonia and 12 local Roma NGOs: Mesecina from Debar, Mesecina and Bela Kula from Kicevo, Caritas from Skopje, Romani Bah from Veles,
Zdruzenie na Tikveski Romi from Kavadarci, Terno Vas from Berovo, Kham from Delcevo, Inicijativa na Nevraboteni Intelektualci from Vinica, Zdruzenie za Pravata na Romite
from Stip, Avena and Svetla Idnina from Kocani.
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Aim: to improve the retention rate and the school achievements of 1560 I-VIII grade
Roma students
This 3-year project started in 2006. It presents an extension of the educational actions performed by FOSIM in the primary school component of the Roma Education Program.
The project©s objectives are: to provide additional learning support for Roma students 1st to 4th
grade targeting Macedonian language and Mathematics, and to provide additional learning support for Roma 5th to 8th grade students targeting subjects where Roma students demonstrate
underachievement.
In order to achieve these objectives, 65 teachers from the lower primary grades were been
assigned to provide 3 additional classes per day to the participating 1st to 4th grade Roma students. 60 teachers from the upper primary grades delivered 3 additional classes per week to 5th
State Statistical Office of the Republic of Macedonia, 2004
Bratstvo Edinstvo in Debar, Sande Sterjovski in Kichevo, 26 Juli in Skopje, Braka Ramiz i Hamid in Skopje, Dimkata Angelov Gaberot in Vatasa - Kavadarci, Blagoj Kirkov in Veles, Rade Kratovce in Kocani, Slavco
Stojmenski in Vinica, Vanco Prke in Delcevo, Dedo Iljo Malesevski in Berovo.
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to 8th grade Roma students. The students
targeted with the project were also provided
with free textbooks and school materials,
whereas the schools with didactic materials.
In order to improve the learning conditions,
After School Support Centers were set up and
equipped in each project school. The effectiveness of the educational services offered to the
students were improved by the project©s partner
- Foundation for Educational and Cultural Initiatives Step by Step that provides teacher trainings focusing on child-centered methodologies,
parent©s involvement and education for social jus- tice. In the same time 12 local Roma
NGOs implemented activities with Roma parents, serving as additional supporting tool for regular attendance and school achievement of Roma students.
Budget: 11,957,146 MKD
Roma Health
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Implementing organization: Luludi, Lil, ESE, and MIR, Skopje
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Donor/s: FOSIM and OSI - New York
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Aim: To improve and promote equal access for Roma people and undertake broader
policy activities through the Decade of Roma Inclusion.
In 2006 FOSIM with the Network PHP supported 4 projects with an aim to promote equal access
to health services for Roma population as a part of the Decade of Roma Inclusion. These projects
are implemented by following NGOs: Luludi, LIL, Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and
Equity of women (ESE), and MIR, from Skopje. Main activities of these NGOs are: conducting
survey concerning quality, access and availability of health services and health insurance, from
a gender perspective and attitudes of health professionals towards Roma population; drafting
and proposing areas of concern (legal and traditional) and recommendations for health insurance for Roma people; offering free of charge legal advises and referring clients to the relevant
institutions in order to facilitate the process of getting necessary documentation required for
issuing health insurance; creation of strategy action plans for health for the municipality Suto
Orizari. Strategic action plans were completed. This document is supported by the Mayor of Suto
Orizari and it was presented in front of the municipal counselors.
Budget: 77,452 MKD
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Roma Women Enterprise Support
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Implementing organization: FOSIM and Foundation Horizonti
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Donor/s: FOSIM, and Council of Europe Development Bank / Norway Trust Account

Partner: Foundation Horizonti

Aim: to improve socio-economic position of Roma women
In 2005 the project provided a 160,000 EUR
loan portfolio and entrepreneurial training for
Roma women. The project partner Foundation
Horizonti, disbursed loans for this marginalized
group that had difficult or no access to loans
from commercial banks. In 2006 the loan fund
was used as a revolving fund for the same purpose, as it became part of the Horizonti loan
portfolio. In 2005 FOSIM provided entrepreneurial training for 170 Roma women. At the
beginning of 2006, an interim evaluation was
made (the initial feedback from clients/trainees was very positive). In the period September - December 2006, FOSIM provided additional training
and educational activities for 263 Roma women from 9 cities in Macedonia. The participants
were taught the basic business skills and closely introduced to the legal environment for company registration and operation. Through the trainings, the Roma women entrepreneurs gained
more knowledge about a topic that concerns them directly and learned about how to improve
their own business or open up a new business.
Budget: 176,048 MKD
Community Roma Radios
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor/s: FOSIM and the Swedish Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, Sweden.

Aim: to support the 2 existing private community radios in Romany language, owned and
managed by Roma
Costs for production of educational and current affairs program in Romany language were covered by the project.
Budget: 611,799 MKD
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Civic Participation in Decade for Roma Inclusion
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: World Bank - Country Office Skopje and FOSIM

Aim: To support activities whose primary objective is to increase the participation and
impact of Roma population, Roma and Non - Roma NGOs in the government-lead activities connected with the Decade for Roma inclusion 2005-2015.
World Bank Office Skopje and FOSIM in 2005 awarded 12 grants to local NGOs for public promotion of the Roma Decade. Projects were mainly focused on dissemination of information about
the Decade and organization of workshops, round tables and discussions for implementation of
Strategy and National Action Plans.
During 2006, the realization of selected projects was monitored. FOSIM collected and reviewed
the narrative and financial reports on project implementation and forwarded them to the World
Bank Office in Skopje.
Budget: 166,432 MKD
Roma Cultural and Educational Center
Darhia (Spin off)
The RCEC Darhia©s activities aim to preserve, develop
and promote Roma culture and language in the Republic of Macedonia and wider.
The main focus of the RCEC Darhia in 2006 was collecting Roma music and oral narrative tradition, as
well as building conditions and partnerships with relevant NGOs and institutions for common work on the
standardization of the Romani language. In the course
of 2006, the Center organized two regional linguistic
conferences that resulted in important conclusions and recommendations for further work
in the area of Romani language and Roma literature production.
During the year, the Center published the book Roma Folk Stories, and produced the third music
album of Darhia Orchestro & Gilavutne, and 3 puppet plays of the Puppet theatre group. All the
products were promoted through concerts and performances that contributed to the promotion
of the Roma cultural heritage in Macedonia and abroad. Additional funds for Darhia©s activities
were provided by the Dutch Embassy - Skopje and Pro Helvetia - Skopje.
Budget: 488,700 MKD
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Assessment of
Macedonia©s Good
Governance Potential
Program
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The aim of this project is to raise the awareness of the concepts of public interest and good
governance; to identify the `grey zones' in the decision-making process by applying the good
governance principles and thus limit manipulations and corruption. Considering the status
of Macedonia as a EU candidate-country, the good governance principles have become even
more important.
Assessment Of Macedonia©s Good Governance Potential
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Implementing organizations: Metamorphosis, ministries and FOSIM
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Donor: FOSIM
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Partner: General Secretariat of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia
This 3-year project started in May 2006, and the broad-based public debate ªDoes Macedonia
have good governance potential?º was publicly launched 6th June 2006.
The designed three project phases (horizontal and vertical analyses of state central government
and Guide for Citizens) were quite enlarged due to positive changes and defined activities of the
General Secretariat of the Government of Macedonia for building open government. Further discussions with the General Secretariat led to signing the Cooperation Agreement (13 June, 2006
- December 2008) including the 5 components:

Citizens' Guide through Institutions (in 6 languages and CD version; contents - competences, services and legislation) and Public Administration Guide

ICT Component (Analysis of the five most used portal services; IT TNA for civil servants;
ICT standards; and Human resource support to the IT sector at the General Secretariat)

Transfer of general competences in ministries

Code of Conduct for Ministers and Public Officials

Vertical analysis of a ministry according to the good governance principles
By the end of June, new promotional activities were envisaged: good governance portal, e-newsletter, and awards for central institutions in 2007 and 2008. Completed activities are as follows:
Analysis of Macedonia©s Good Governance Potential - 8 areas of citizens© interest were defined,
each with specific segments to be in-depth analyzed. Coordination body was established, consisting of team leaders of working group for each area (with exception of the 8th working group),
whose role was to identify the segment to be subject of the analysis, to develop methodology
and analysis indicators, conduct analysis, identify the ©grey zones© and provide recommendations for improvement.
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The analyzed areas and its segments are:
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Economy - government economic measures and policies and corporate governance
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Judiciary reforms - new court organization, judges, court procedures (civic and criminal), Judicial Council, Academy for Training Judges and Public Prosecutors
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Social issues - provision of social benefits

Local government - execution of decentralized competences for urban planning, tax
administration and utility fees, and culture

Health - public health functions of the Ministry of Health
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Education - analysis of functions at central, institutional, and local levels in primary,
secondary, and high education

Human rights - discrimination protection according to ethnicity, gender, and employment

Monitoring the management of public funds - monitoring the central budget, public
funds, and budget-users including spending procedures, expenditure controls and human resources.
The complete analysis is expected at the end of 2007.
Agreement on Cooperation with the General Secretariat of the Government of the Republic
of Macedonia - The first two components of the Cooperation Agreement were immediately put
into implementation. The rest were planned as of 2007 considering the upcoming Parliamentary
elections and possible Government changes and consequently, replacements.
Citizens© Guide through Institutions
- Initially, contacts were made with
all contact points from ministries to
set up the organizational structure;
however, activities slowed down
after the elections and the replacements of state secretaries of the
ministries, contact points for cooperation, the new human resource
deployment in all ministries, and the
announced changes of certain procedures and services. Regardless of
these changes, some ministries (Ministry of Interior and Ministry for Environment and Physical Planning) gave their best to fully explain the services they provide and
include the envisaged changes in the procedures for 2007 (e.g. new passports, IDs).
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ICT Component - An agreement was signed with Metamorphosis foundation for the implementation of this component. ICT working group was established and divided into 3 subgroups for the
3 abovementioned activities. The subgroups developed action plans and the planned results and
recommendations are expected in June 2007. September-December period included: defined
criteria and identified the five most requested services, developed e-questionnaire related to
these identified services for both citizens and administration, developed e-questionnaire and
printed version for IT TNA, software for processing questionnaires, defined ICT standards groups
and starting principles, identified and categorized standards assessing their applicability, and
developed draft document with necessary intra-communication elements.
The project engaged 3 IT assistants employed within the IT sector of the General Secretariat due
to insufficient capacity. As they were satisfied with their timely meeting of obligations, the IT
sector contributed to their further education providing CISCO courses.
To acquire knowledge and latest innovations in this area, the project funded participation on the
3rd Regional Meeting on ICT/E-Governance in Tallinn, Estonia organized by the E-Governance
Academy.
Good Governance Portal - www.dobrovladeenje.org.mk; www.gg.org.mk offers information on
the project, clarifying in greater detail the concept, definition, and principles of good governance. Moreover, the portal provides links for topic-related published books and articles, including the latest events worldwide.
Budget: 9,756,022 MKD
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Education Program
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Education program is aimed at supporting activities promoting equal access to education for
all students; activities promoting knowledge and skills necessary for the development of an
open and democratic society; activities focusing on developing documents pertaining to the
development of education, as well as activities fostering the process of integrating Macedonian education into the European Higher Education Area.
Creative Teaching and Learning

Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: USAID and FOSIM

Partners: Step by Step Foundation, 8 Teacher Training Institutions at 3 State Universities in Skopje, Bitola and Tetovo

Aim: to improve the quality of educational services delivered to students, in terms of
content and active teaching methodologies. Training in curriculum re-design, anti-bias
education, ICT, communication, as well as practicing active teaching methodology and
student-centered pedagogy are the main activities to support the project goal.
In 2006, the three Pedagogical Faculties in Skopje, Stip
and Bitola were involved in RWCT teaching methodology training for staff and intensive training for senior
year students. The teaching staff was also involved in
training for ECTS and curricula design compatible to
the curricula of the European teacher training faculties. Modest renovations of the facilities were made
at three Pedagogical faculties to become more conducive to learning. Model classrooms and media labs
were established as an additional support to students©
and teachers© work. The core teaching staff together
with the Faculty management started working on redesigning their curricula which is expected to become operational by the end of the project
implementation. These 3 faculties will receive additional technical support and advice according to their needs.
Five new faculties that prepare subject teaching teachers for elementary and secondary schools
joined the project implementation activities. Their students from senior years were involved in 2
intensive training cycles on teaching methodology and education for social justice.
This refers to the Faculty of Philosophy, the Faculty of Philology and the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences from the University in Skopje, the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Tetovo.
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The project is expected to assist these faculties in improving the quality of instruction and ensure that future teachers start their job careers equipped with student-centered teaching methodologies and use of IT as a learning tool.
Budget: 28,822,314 MKD
The Other in Higher Education Curricula
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: FOSIM

Partners: universities and university teaching staff from socials science faculties

Aim: To publish an edition of chrestomathies (readers) Theories of the Other and Otherness that will enlarge the bibliographic resources available to students on the theoretical and interpretive aspects of the Other in some scientific fields
This is the last phase of the project. 4 proposals for chrestomathies (readers) in the areas of Cultural Studies, Comparative literature, Sociology & Gender and Ethnology were endorsed by the
external evaluators and supported by FOSIM. The readers are in the process of preparation by
local academicians well established in their fields, and they will encompass texts from renowned
authors from different language areas. The edition is envisioned as a selective multidisciplinary
and comparative presentation of the most important and influential theories, methods and concepts of the Otherness. It will be printed by the end of June, 2007.
Budget: 2,770,828 MKD
HESP Student Mobility
FOSIM has made efforts to raise small funds from private sponsors to provide one talented student with partial scholarship to continue his/her BA languages studies in Greece.
Budget: 180,000 MKD
Religious education
In order to contribute to the public debate and assist for informed policy decision of the Government, FOSIM has been pro-active and undertook commissioned advocacy actions. FOSIM supported a public opinion survey that has been conducted on a national level by the Institute for
Sociological, Political, Juridical and Social Research. The survey showed that only 6,9% of the
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respondents think that religious education is missing in the national curricula. A qualitative
research was initiated on the existing primary and secondary school curricula and textbooks
which showed that there is already a cross-curricula approach of religion in terms of the presence, content and the way it is interpreted. A resource pack of comparative data and relevant
information for the possible approaches towards the religious education across the EU and
non-EU countries was also prepared. Based on both researches and the resource pack, FOSIM
organized one-day round-table discussion where the representatives of the BDE, the universities, education practitioners, the political parties and the religious communities participated.
The researches were sent to all members of the Parliament and Parliamentary Commission for
Education. FOSIM advocated for cross-curricular approach of (non-confessional) religious education to remain and be strengthened, thus avoid negative effects and prevent indoctrination
and segregation of children.
Budget: 687,593 MKD
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Information Program
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The aim of the Information Program is to use new technologies, techniques and tools to empower civil society to become a major player in the process of information society development in Macedonia. In the framework of this Program, several publishing projects were
implemented.
Free and Open Source Software

Implementing organization: Metamorphosis Foundation,

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: Increasing availability of FOSS and raising public awareness in Macedonia about
the benefits of using FOSS.

Partner: Sloboden softver
The Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) project encompassed several lines of activities,
aimed at making FOSS available to Macedonian public and raising public awareness about its
benefits. The project continued the activities for localization of the latest version of OpenOffice.
org into Macedonian through the engagement of the expert team (IT experts and linguists) for
proofreading the translation of the user interface. In order to aid the translation of the help
system, a translating marathon was conducted in cooperation with Free Software Macedonia
leading to translation of 40% of the help files. After the completion of the proofreading of the
user interface the Macedonian version of OpenOffice.org became available on its official website
(mk.openoffice.org).
In parallel, translation and adaptation of a OpenOffice.org manual was conducted by the Metamorphosis team, serving the need of significant proportion of citizens for a tool for training and
user support. The manual was published as free e-book and hardcopy book, available on the
open market.
Macedonian and English versions of major FOSS programs, including OpenOffice.org and the
manual, Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird, GIMP, a number of utilities, and 11 games were included in the CD-compilation Get Your Job Done. The CD had circulation of 5000, and was initially distributed via a newspaper distribution network
through the country. Citizens of Macedonia expressed
significant interest in this product, purchasing 2500
copies at the price of 50 denars (approximately
US$1, or half the market price of a pirated CD).
This compilation was made for Windows operating
system, enabling users of pirated proprietary office applications to switch, thus lowering the level of piracy in the
country. The earned funds will be used for supporting of
further FOSS promotion and distribution activities.
Part of the circulation of both products (the CD and the
book) were then distributed to select audiences such as
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the participants of the International Conference e-Society.mk, and the participants on the FOSS
Workshop of the same conference, respectively. The remainder was used for FOSS trainings
and the Local e-Government Project, and a portion was donated to municipal ICT foundations
(founded by UNDP) and to educational institutions.
Budget: 536,461 MKD
Internet Law

Implementing organization: Metamorphosis Foundation,

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: Introducing internet law issues to the regular education system. It also aims to
raise awareness of legal professionals (lawyers, judiciary, and civil servants) as well as
of the general public via debates, lectures, and publications on legal issues that impact
persons and institutions when they go online.

Partner: Faculty of Law
The Internet Law project is focused on introducing internet law issues to the regular education
system through a joint effort with the Faculty of Law in Skopje. It also aims to raise awareness
of legal professionals (lawyers, judiciary, and civil servants) as well as of the general public via
debates, lectures, and publications.
During 2006, the cooperation with the Law Faculty in Skopje was formalized and the team
who will work on the development of the course (including writing the textbook, developing the
curriculum and giving lectures) is establishted. The development of the textbook is taking place
online in a Wiki-environment set up for this purpose.
A workshop on iLaw took place in November 2006 as part of the 2nd eSociety.Mk international
conference organized by Metamorphosis Foundation and supported by the Open Society Institute Information Program and OSCE.
Budget: 438,956 MKD
Creative Commons
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
Implementing organization: Metamorphosis Foundation,

Donor: FOSIM
http://www.pf.ukim.edu.mk
http://www.metamorphosis.org.mk/iLaw

Aim: To create technical and legal tools allowing content creators to protect and share
their creations in the must appropriate way over multiple digital platforms.

Partner: Kontrapunkt
The main objective of this project is to offer the
public in Macedonia a set of copyright licenses free
of charge helping people-content creators tell the
world that their copyrighted works are free for sharing - but only under certain conditions.
In April 2006, Metamorphosis Foundation became
an official affiliated partner of Creative Commons
(CC) for Macedonia. The Creative Commons licenses
were translated into Macedonian and analyzed by
legal experts who gave directions for adapting it
to the local Macedonian Intellectual Property Law.
Two workshops on Copyright and Creative Commons
were organized bringing together legal experts and
content creators in order to discuss the first draft of the translated license.
Being approved by Creative Commons, the first draft of the license is discussed publicly. Contacts have been established with creative authors and content creators to ensure a critical mass
of CC Licensed content at the time of the public launch of the license, expected in June 2007.
Authors willing to license their work under CC are provided with free web-space and/or technical
aid to publish their work online.
Within the framework of the project, Metamoprhosis Foundation participated at the meeting of
regional CC projects organized by Multimedia Institute in Zagreb in December 2006. The aim
of the meeting was to strengthen cooperation between regional CC projects and discuss about
future activities.
budget: 292,638 mkd
Implementing e-Local Governance

Aim: better public policy, greater trust in local government, stronger democracy, and
enhanced quality of services for citizens.

Partner: Metamorphosis Foundation, DAI
By supporting the implementation of E-Local Governance in 25 municipalities, the project aims
to achieve the following objectives: better public policy, greater trust in local government, stronger democracy, and enhanced quality of service for citizens.
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The first phase of the project finished by providing equipment (hardware and software) to 25
municipalities included in the project. Also, training and certification of the system administrators of the municipalities was completed during March & April 2006, increasing the municipal
IT capacity. The first phase also included development, installation and appropriate training for
software for taxation, financing and urban planning in the 25 municipalities.
Based on the survey done in April 2005 as well as consultations with individual municipal staff
(mayor and IT engineer)10 a priority list of e-services was compiled. In the period of September to November 2006, on-site trainings11 were delivered to the municipal staff. The training was delivered using the e-rider methodology and concept.
Budget: 292,638 MKD
Public Internet Access Points (PIAP)

Implementing organization: Metamorphosis Foundation,

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: Bridging the digital divide
A case study for successful transfer of municipal competences to other entities (NGO©s, businesses, individuals) was developed based on the example of Veles & Orizari (a distant location
of the Veles municipality). The case study will serve as a basis for developing a model which
will then be replicated in other municipalities where Digital Clubhouses12 are present. The aim
of this project is to enable citizens living far from their municipal administrative center gain access to services without having to travel, thus decreasing their expenses. In December, 30 new
computers were purchased and an open competition for establishing new digital clubhouses
was announced.
Apart from the already established Digital Clubhouses, other entities meeting the defined standards13 for becoming a PIAP will also be able to join the tof PIAPs. Moreover, negotiations with
municipalities interested to implement the ªVeles & Orizariº model has started.
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by USAID/MDW - FOSIM©s project partner
http://www.metamorphosis.org.mk/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=10&Itemid=16
Skopje, Veles, Prilep, Bitola, Gostivar, Strumica and Tetovo
MS Windows and OpenOffice.org
Kamenjane, Debreshe, Samokov, Negorci, Rankovce
http://www.metamorphosis.org.mk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=635&Itemid=31
National Strategy Monitoring and Evaluation

Implementing organization: Metamorphosis Foundation,

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: Assessing the development of the information society in Macedonia and provide
recommendations and guidelines for future actions.
Metamorphosis Foundation continuously evaluates the information society development in Republic of Macedonia. During 2006 the political landscape in Republic Macedonia has changed,
bringing strategic discrepancy of the institutional approach (Agency or Ministry debate). This
caused lack of political consensus on information society development present previously as
well as low grade of successful information society projects during the whole year.
Metamorphosis Foundation was continuously evaluating the process of information society development, both by regular activities, research, membership in coordinative bodies and media coverage. The Gap Analysis of eGovernment in Western Balkans (March 2006) mapped the
discrepancy of the e-services availability in Macedonia. Metamorphosis has joined the team to
design the National Strategy for Electronic Communication and ICT, focusing on broadband and
e-inclusion, incorporating strong civil society and business sector monitoring mechanisms over
the strategy implementation during 2007-2010.
Membership in the governing and consultative bodies in the state Agency for Electronic Communication increased the level of transparency of the ICT regulation in Republic Macedonia.
Activities within this project are in line and in coordination with the Assessment of Good Governance Potential in Macedonia. Metamorphosis is implementing the ICT module of the project,
working on defining ICT standards for government institutions and assessing training needs.
At the end of 2006 an expert team was set up working on a report on success rate and
analysis of the projects envisaged in the Action Plan of National Strategy for Information Society Development as well as monitoring of the most important information society services indicators in the period 2005-2007.
Budget: 998,454 MKD
Metamorphosis Foundation (Spin off)
Policy activities - During 2006, Metamorphosis policy
activities encompassed sharing of know-ledge via international and national conferences and events, work
on research and drafting of policy documents in cooperation with decision makers and other stakeholders.
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Metamorphosis representative took part in the special panel discussion Role of the developing
countries in WSIS process at the conference Computers, Freedom and Privacy 2006 (CFP 2006)
that took place in Washington DC between 2-5 May, 2006. In May 2006 the development of ICT Strategy for Judiciary started in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and supported by FOSIM. Due to political issues, including the national elections
and change of Government, the first draft was delivered in December 2006.
Metamorphosis participated in the first
meeting of the Internet Governance Forum in Athens, Greece, on November 2, titled Internet Governance for Developmentº.
The Forum was set up as a non-decision making body by UN Member States at the 2005
World Summit on Information Society to carry out policy dialogue on Internet governance, and is designed to bring together not only governments, but academia, civil society, the private sector and members of the Internet community in general.
At this event, Metamorphosis acted in concord with the delegation of Macedonian Government,
providing expertise and advice during the official meetings, and joined the Dynamic Coalition on
Privacy launched at UN Internet Meeting in Athens. At the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) a diverse group of stakeholders agreed to launch a Dynamic Coalition on Privacy, which will address
emerging issues of internet privacy protection such as digital identities, the link between privacy
and development, and the importance of privacy and anonymity for freedom of expression. It
will initiate an open process to further develop and clarify the public policy aspects of privacy
in internet governance in the perspective of the
next IGF meeting. The group will use online
collaboration tools as well as facilitate meetings at related events all over the world
throughout the year.
In March, the Metamorphosis team took part in the
annual FLOSSWorld (www.flossworld.org) Workshop
on Free and Open Source Software in South-Eastern
Europe with the presentation on the topic Macedonia: Policy towards open standards and FLOSS adoption in the state administration in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Metamorphosis presented the research Challenges
and obstacles: Usage of Free and Open Source Software in local government in Macedonia in Como, Italy, on June 10, 2006 at the
tOSSad Workshop on Governmental, Educational, Usability, and Legal Issues towards Open Source Software Adoption in an enlarged Europe. The research was
conducted during May 2006, involving 20 municipalities from all over Macedonia.
The analysis, which took into consideration their lack of capacity and lack of resources
for software purchase, led to conclusion that FOSS is good solution for the municipal software
needs.
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FLOSSWorld and tOSSad are both projects funded by the EU via the Framework Program 6,
aimed at increasing the capacity of the European scientific and industry research sectors.
Presentation of Macedonian experience in FOSS-related policy development through the example of National Strategy for Development of Information Society, situation in local self-government units in Macedonia based on the research conducted in May and June 2006, as well
as innovative ways for raising awareness for free and open source software, and Get Your Job
Done FOSS CD at the Role of Open Source Software for the Development of Information Society
Conference in Yerevan, Armenia at the beginning of November.
In cooperation with the National University Library St. Kliment Ohridski from Skopje, and within the framework of the project Creative Teaching and Learning, implemented by FOSIM and
financed by USAID, Metamorphosis team conducted presentations of Scientific Electronic Resources - Academic Journals and Databases Available via eIFL at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius
University in Skopje, St. Clement of Ohrid University in Bitola, Tetovo State University, and University of South East Europe in Tetovo during November.
Metamorphosis participated in the development of the National Strategy for Development of
Electronic Communications and Information Technologies, focusing on broadband and e-inclusion. This process was initiated by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (www.mtc.
gov.mk), and conducted in cooperation with various stakeholders, including the OSCE Mission to
Skopje (www.osce.org/skopje) and the TATS project (tats.org.mk) managed by European Agency
for Reconstruction (EAR).
Media Relations - Over the course of the year, and building onto already established relations
with media professionals, Metamorphosis team served as source of advice and expertise to journalists covering information society issues. This resulted in more informed public, especially
through frequent quoting and appearances of team members in electronic and printed media,
from headline news stories to talk-shows.
As part of continuous support and cooperation with the search engine Najdi! (najdi.org.mk)
Metamorphosis conducted public promotion of Media Words of 2005 in January. Media Words is
an analysis of the content of the websites indexed by Najdi!, showing the trends in media coverage of certain terms during one year.
Metamorphosis supported a meeting of leading members of Macedonian blogging community
and representatives of the classical media, discussing issues of public interest. This communication resulted in various cooperation projects between the participants and their colleagues.
During the spring of 2006, Metamorphosis initiated a project involving the ªWebsite of the Dayº
column in the daily Vreme, and the staff of Institute of Informatics (www.ii.edu.mk) which enabled publishing of website reviews done by computer science students in the paper as activity
for academic credit. In September, Metamorphosis started managing the ªWebsite of the Dayº
column as contribution to raising public awareness about information society issues, especially
usability and diversity, by publishing website reviews written by Metamorphosis team. As part
of this cooperation, Metamorphosis logo and website link remains embedded in the template for
the column in the printed edition of the newspaper.
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Publishing - Starting from September 2006, Metamorphosis started publishing an opt-in monthly
e-newsletter in Macedonian and English, covering news and announcements about information
society development. The first issue was distributed to 238 subscribers and by the end of the
year it had a circulation of 533 subscribers who volunteered to receive it via the form on Metamorphosis website or by signing paper forms at public events organized by the Foundation.
Metamorphosis ICT Guide #2: Open Access was published in November in hardcopy and electronic form, and its distribution started at the International Conference e-Society.Mk. The guide
was created in cooperation with Joint Information Systems Committee (www.jisc.ac.uk) and
aimed at providing basic information to media professionals and university students.
Web development - Metamorphosis team continuously contributes to the widening the range of
e-content in Macedonia by providing high-quality web development services number of organizations and institutions. In all such cases, the team used the free and open source CMS Joomla as
basis, which it has initially localized into Macedonian language and continues to provide support
in this regard for the new versions. The following websites were made or enjoyed significant
upgrades during 2006:
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Dianet.org - International human rights NGO network site
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Spinfo.org.mk - Free access to information knowledge portal
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Mrt.com.mk - Ten language portal for national broadcaster Macedonian Radio and Television
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GG.org.mk - Good Governance portal, wiki and document management system
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Hrsp.org.mk - Web site and internal database system for national human rights NGO
network
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Romaedu.org.mk - Web site of the Roma education program of USAID and FOSIM
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Cipe.ukim.edu.mk - Intelectual property rights TEMPUS projects
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CV.org.mk - Common Values NGO web portal
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CTC.org.mk - Children's Theater Center web portal
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e-Society.org.mk - e-Society conference and participant admission portal
Training - Trainings for 25 Roma secondary school students according to Xpert European Computer Passport methodology were conducted by Metamorphosis team, within the framework of
the Roma Education Project implemented by Foundation Open Society Institute - Macedonia.
Metamorphosis became Xpert certified training centre and two members of Metamorphosis
staff, who passed the appropriate training and certification, became Xpert national representatives in September.
Metamorphosis team conducted lecture covering the introduction to blogs as medium for the
FOSIM©s Board in December, leading to more profound understanding of the dynamics of the
new media.
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During 2006 Metamorphosis successfully completed the negotiations with the Linux Professional Institute (www.lpi.org) from Toronto, Canada, leading to becoming approved training partner
from the beginning of the following year.
Research and analysis - In May 2005 Metamorphosis published the research paper Gap Analysis
of e-Government in Western Balkans, by prof. Marjan Gushev and ass. Goce Armenski from the
Institute of Informatics. This analysis warned that Western Balkans will continue to lag behind
the rate of eGovernment development of EU member countries, pointing that increased political
will for cooperation between aspiring member-countries is the way to overcome this obstacle.
The paper was first presented at SEEIta and MASIT Open Days conference and remains available
in e-form on Metamorphosis website.
Analysis of Macedonian Secondary and Tertiary Level Domains published in Macedonian in
May, Albanian and English language as one-pager, in cooperation with USAID and Macedonia
Search portal. The analysis correlated the growth in number of domains registered by MARNet
(dns.marnet.net.mk) with major developments in information society policy and the ICT
market.
Needs assessment for applications requirements for the UNDP Project Support to e-Governance
initiatives based on Free/Open Source Software at the local level in Macedonia was conducted
by Metamorphosis in November.
BUDGET: 3,028,315 MKD
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Public Health Program
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The goal of the Public Health Program is to promote effective and sustainable public health
policy and to provide support on marginalized groups to participate in policy-making process.
The main priorities of public health program in 2006 were: identification and capacity building of individuals and relevant institutions that can play leadership roles in promoting public
health policies and programs through their direct involvement in research; creation of critical
mass able to promote changes in the society in public health area, through establishments of
networks of individuals; creation of partnerships for health among government, non-governmental organizations and other organizations; community involvement especially on marginalized groups in policy-making, through community empowerment.
The program is implemented by FOSIM in cooperation with Network Public Health Program
New York.
NETWORK PROGRAMS
Mental Health Initiative
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Implementing organization: Poraka, Skopje
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Donor/s: Network Mental Health Initiative Program

Aim: to ensure that people with mental disabilities (mental health problems and/or intellectual disabilities) are able to live as equal citizens in the community and to participate in society with full respect for their human rights.
By the end of 2006 a six months extension of the support for the sustainability of day centres
for adults with intellectual disability managed by the Republic centre Poraka started, especially
crucial in this period of negotiation between Government and NGO sector for starting the procedures accreditation and licensing the NGO sector in service provision.
The project objectives are focused on the support of families with intellectually disabled member in order to prevent process of institutionalisation by creating network of community-based
services.
Following the principle of inclusion for persons with intellectual disability as equal citizens in
the community, program activities in the services/day centers were mainly focused on development and improvement of the skills for independent living, vocational - occupational programs,
educational programs, social activities, for persons with intellectual disability (clients of the
service), as well as counseling and support for the parents.
Different social activities within the framework of the working program of the services contributed in raising public awareness relating to the potentials, abilities and needs of persons with
intellectual disability.
Budget: 3,229,473 MKD
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International Harm Reduction Development Program

Implementing organization: Healthy Options Project Skopje in cooperation with NGO
Trust and the Macedonian Harm Reduction Network
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Donor/s: FOSIM and OSI - New York
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Partners: Global Fund
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Aim: To expand and enhance prevention of drug-related harm, and to promote drug
policy based on human rights, public health principles and scientific evidence
In October 2006 the project Network of Cities on Drug Policy in Republic of Macedonia started.
The main objective of the project is to promote local and democratically participative responses
to the issue of drug use in Republic of Macedonia in order to develop coordinated response for
effective and efficient dealing with drug problems on the local and national level.
Budget: 2,697,327 MKD
Workforce Development

Implementing organization: School of Public Health, Skopje

Donor/s: FOSIM and OSI - New York
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Partners: Medical Faculty, Skopje
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Aim: To promote a role for School of Public Health to engage in advocacy and policies,
addressing important lifestyle and health behavior, health risk factor like harms and
tobacco control issues in its curriculum and to provide data for policy development.
During 2006, the following activities were achieved:
community-oriented studies on tobacco use and
important lifestyle and health behavior, health risk
factor and tobacco control as public health issue
were initiated, including policy oriented research.
Research and actions to provide data for policy development for harm reduction and tobacco control
in the country was also launched, involving MPH
students and faculty members in the research process with concrete activities.
Budget: 1,710,603 MKD
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Palliative Care

Implementing organizations: Hospice Sue Ryder Care.

Donor/s: FOSIM and OSI - New York

Aim: to raise the overall quality of life for people with life limited diseases (AIDS, malignant diseases) and their families by supporting the development of palliative care activities by mutual collaboration between government and NGO sector.
The next step in the development of palliative care in the Republic of Macedonia is being implemented by Sue Ryder Care Macedonia. The main goal of the project is to expand on the existing
palliative care and support services with an integrated model of community based palliative
care which could deliver palliative care wherever it is needed with access to essential drugs.
A situation analysis document was produced as a basis for the development of a national palliative care strategy, which identifies the issues and gaps in palliative care development in Macedonia. The process of analyzing the facts in collaboration with experts from the Center for Palliative Studies at San Diego Hospice and Palliative Care was established and will serve as a basis
for the first draft of the national palliative care strategy.
Budget: 891,219 MKD
Sexual Health and Human Rights (SHARP)

Implementing organization: MASSO, Skopje

Donor/s: FOSIM and OSI - New York

Aim: To improve sexual and human rights of socially marginalized groups especially for
Roma, commercial sex workers and drug users by securing access to health service, raising of the public and professional awareness and encouraging public efforts for policy
change in Macedonia.
In September 2006 the project Sexual and Health Rights of Commercial Sex Workers and MSM
started. The project is lead by four NGO`s ( EGAL, HOPS, CGCP and MASSO), and one network,
Macedonian Harm Reduction Network.
The main activities of the project are: Analysis of existing legislation and policies related to
sexual and health rights of SW and MSM; Conducting a qualitative research on human and sexual
rights (of sex workers and MSM in particular); Structuring, publishing and updating WEB site;
Continuously monitoring of the media; and Developing of policy documents on the existing situation with sexual health and sexual rights.
Budget: 1,732,352 MKD
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Economic Reforms
Program
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The Economic Reform Program aims at improving the business environment and assisting the
Government in improving its policy in this field, mostly for the purpose of encouraging private
initiatives and entrepreneurship. The program focuses on young people and aims at developing their entrepreneurial skills. Start-up businesses for young entrepreneurs and credit lines
under favorable conditions are also part of this program.
Policy-Oriented Research and Debate

Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor/s: FOSIM

Aim: to address the transaction costs incurred by businesses in Macedonia; to improve
the functioning of the institutions of the system that daily interact with business and to
improve their mutual coordination and relations affecting the business environment
The focus of the research and the major findings were placed in 3 major areas: institutions, judiciary and the business sector. Findings were presented and analyzed on the conference held in
May 2006, with participation of distinguished local and foreign experts in the field.
The results and the recommendations were publicly presented in November 2006. The summary
document that includes recommendations was published at the end of 2006 in Macedonian and
English language.
Budget: 1,092,109 MKD
Entrepreneurial Education

Implementing organization: Economic Education for Youth

Donor/s: FOSIM
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Partner:
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Aim: to include entrepreneurial education according to the Junior Achievement methodology in the curricula of the 7th and 8th grades of the primary schools and in the higher
education curricula
In 2006, FOSIM awarded the Economic Education for Youth spin-off organization a grant to organize trainings for teachers in order to include entrepreneurial education according to the Junior Achievement methodology. The Bureau for Development of Education approved the trainings. The trainings were carried out in the first half of 2006. In March 2006, 92 teachers from
54 primary schools in Macedonia participated in the training. The training for teachers from 42
secondary schools was carried out in June 2006. After the trainings for secondary education,
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the Junior Achievement Program ªCompanyº will be implemented by the trained teachers. 1300
students from secondary schools will benefit from the project activities in the following school
year.
Budget: 488,000 MKD
Loan Sub-programs

Implementing organization: Export and Credit Bank, Skopje

Donor/s: FOSIM and Soros Economic Development Fund - New York

Partner: Center for Banking and Finance, Skopje

Aim: to improve financing opportunities for clients in agriculture, small business and
start-ups whose access to credits is with limited approach to loans.
The 3 ongoing credit lines were established under favorable conditions to support small farmers
and agricultural production, small companies and startup businesses.
The Agriculture Development Credit Line provides financing to small farmers and agriculture
producers from funds provided by the Soros Economic Development Fund - New York. The portfolio of agriculture loans consisted of 322 loans or 773.114,10 ¨ in total. Use of funds is 104%.
Agriculture portfolio overdue 60 days is 4.91%.
The Working Capital Credit Line provides loans for small businesses, essentially for overcoming
cash flow problems which are frequent in the Macedonian business environment. The portfolio
of working capital loans consisted of 70 loans or 541.331 ¨ in total. Use of funds is 86%. Working
capital portfolio overdue 60 days is 0.26%.
The Startup Loans product is a pilot offering credits for newly established businesses. The loan
has a monitoring and coaching component for the new entrepreneurs implemented by the Center for Banking and Finance. The portfolio startup loan consisted of 11 loans or 31,388 ¨ in total.
Use of funds is 83%. Startup portfolio overdue 60 days is 0.95%. In 2006, the loan department
in the bank approved one startup loan in the amount of 2,943 ¨
Micro Financing for Women Farmers
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
Implementing organization: Foundation Horizonti
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Donor/s: FOSIM and Council of Europe Development Bank / Norway Trust Account

Partner: Foundation Horizonti
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Aim: to increase the generated income from agriculture production and improve livelihood of farm household in rural and semi-urban areas
By developing a new loan product, the agricultural micro loan, the Foundation Horizonti facilitated access to financial services on a sustainable basis of approximately 200 farm households, namely women farmers. In February 2006, FOSIM approved a grant in the amount of EUR
198,000.00 to the Foundation Horizonti as financial support of the project. FOSIM secured EUR
180,000.00 with the support of the Council of Europe Development Bank/Norway Trust Account
and from its own resources for the rest of the funds. In the period February-October 2006, a total of 102 clients (or 85% of the target) received loans in amount of 75,875 EUR. The project will
end in April 2007, and the portfolio will be further expended by the Foundation Horizonti.
Budget: 12,196,954 MKD
Youth Entrepreneurial Service

Implementing organization: FOSIM and SINTEF Technology and Society, Norway

Donor/s: FOSIM, and Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Partner: SINTEF Technology and Society, Norway

Aim: to develop a comprehensive system for supporting innovations, job creation and
entrepreneurial activities among youth in Macedonia
The 3 major components (Entrepreneurial Trainings, Business Plan Competition and Business
Incubator) provide support along all phases of development and implementation of successful
business ideas for fast-growing business.
The 7 modules of the entrepreneurial trainings were successfully delivered to 120 participants
in the period February/March 2006. The YES Business Plan Competition was organized in
autumn 2006. Seven start-up business plans developed by young entrepreneurs were awarded. FOSIM
and SINTEF signed a contract with Student Center
Skopje for free use of three barracks (over a period
of 10 years) where the Business Incubator will be
located. Refurbishment stared in October 2006.
The aim of the Business Incubator is to constantly
stimulate new firm creation. Project activities are
planed to end in 2009.
Budget: 2,077,973 MKD
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Living Heritage - Partnerships for Local Development
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donor/s: FOSIM
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Aim: promotion of local sustainable development through authentic local heritage (tangible, intangible and natural)
This new initiative started in 2006 as a followup of a Living Heritage sub-program developed
in partnership between FOSIM and King Baudouin Foundation from Belgium (2001-2005).
The program supported several local initiative
integrating heritage and economic development
in several municipalities in Macedonia on matching-funds basis.
In the period 2006-2008, the program anticipates the development of cooperation with several local self-governments. On behalf of the
recommendations of the Living Heritage Advisory Board and the previous good cooperation
experience, selected municipalities and local
businesses are invited to match the financial resources and to apply the Living Heritage concept. Special focus will be given to the development of creative industries. The continuation of
the sub-program will depend on anticipated readiness to cooperate and match funds by the local
businesses and local government.
Budget: 2,443,374 MKD
PET Packaging Recycling Program in Macedonia
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Implementing organization: MDC.TI-Net and FOSIM
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Donor/s: USAID through MDC.TI-Net
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Partner: private firm Greentech Macedonia, City of Skopje, Komunalna Higiena, Association of Local Self-government Units in the Republic of Macedonia (ZELS), PIVARA Skopje,
Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning

Aim: to implement an efficient and economically sustainable PET packaging recycling
program in Macedonia
FOSIM will provide support in capacity building in the field of administration and grant
implementation for the purpose of securing full transparency and accountability. Also FOSIM
role is to strengthen institutional capacity of the implementing non-governmental organization
MDC.Ti-Net.
The Project encompass the following activities: 1) employing people as PET packaging collectors
(particularly from vulnerable and marginalized groups, such as Roma); 2) strengthening
current activities on packaging collection and expanding recycling-related activities throughout
Macedonia; 3) awarding grants for sustainable PET packaging recycling activities; 4) public
awareness raising on the importance of PET packaging collection and recycling.
The first three months of the project were spent on the project©s inception, primarily to follow up
on the previous results and to test, to the highest possible extent, the assumptions made in the
project©s proposal. The results were positive. Close to 1,500 tons of PET waste were collected in
Macedonia in 2006, which is 15% of the annual waste generated. Approximately 12 new jobs and
about 20 part time jobs were created within the eight grant recipients. Significant impact is also
noted at the large number of individual collectors, most of them are in the socially threatened
group, who has increased their income through the increase of the portfolio of collected
materials, which now includes waste PET bottles.
The project is expected to be completed in 2008.
Budget: 368,912 MKD
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Media Program
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During 2006, the activities of the Media Program mainly focused on several major issues: to
secure the quality of the informative and current affairs program production related to the
local community at the provincial broadcasting media; in cooperation with other media donor
institutions ensuring the existence of Roma media through awarding grants for production
costs of the educational and current affairs programs; strengthening the relations between
NGOs, media and public administration on national and local level by supporting a NGO as an
interface; by initiating projects that will be serve as the ground for building media policies;
and improving journalistic professionalism by monitoring of the media content and organizing
public debates on the monitoring results.
National Strategy for Broadcast Development (NSBD)
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Implementing organizations: FOSIM and Media Development Center (MDC)
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Donor/s: FOSIM, German IFA and Network Media Program.
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Aim: To conduct several comprehensive researches that will be serve as ground for
drafting the Strategy Document that will be adopted by Parliament and implemented by
all relevant institutions. Additionally, to establish an expert group that will work on the
draft Strategy Document that will be submitted as a civic initiative to the Broadcasting
Council and to all relevant institutions working in this area.
The second phase of the project includes the review on the completed research in 2005 on:
Potential for technological growth in media, audience and telecom providers; General audience
survey on program-content needs and Research on media economics and market capability.
The established expert group finalized the research review and started to draft the Strategy
Document. The final text is expected to be announced end of May 2007.
Budget: 3,594,177 MKD
IMF - Qualitative Media Monitoring - Media Mirror

Implementing organization: FOSIM (for the initiating phase) and NGO Infocenter

Donors: FOSIM, Swedish Helsinki Committee and Network Media Program

Aim: To provide a clear picture of the professional standards and information criteria
of the media, and the manner in which they cover and interpret key social and political
processes and events.
Monitoring reports were issued on monthly basis. They are distributed to all media and all
relevant national and foreign institutions and individuals.
Budget: 5,043,324 MKD
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IMF - News Program Support
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor/s: FOSIM; Network Media Program, Budapest and Norwegian People©s Aid

Aim: to improve the quality of local news production of provincial private TV stations
FOSIM on behalf of the IMF donors awarded grants for partial support as an incentive to TV
stations. The project implementation was followed by monitoring of their prime time news
editions. Monitoring showed significant improvement of local news production at the general
news program. The project ended December 2006.
Budget: 3,433,776 MKD
NGO Infocenter

Implementing organization: NGO Infocenter

Donor/s: FOSIM, Olof Palme Center and the Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation

Aim: to advocate further empowerment of the civil sector and its influence in the Macedonian society, through encouraging cooperation among the NGOs, media, central and
local public institutions.
NGO Infocenter provides the following
services to civil associations: direct
communication and cooperation with
the media; expertise and logistic support
of public events (conferences, debates,
round tables, seminars, training etc.)
and
campaigns.
Additionally,
NGO
Infocenter offers: specialized library
and database on NGO and gender issues,
media communication with the public, and
marketing; regular and special monitoring of
the media mainly focused on the civil sector,
civil matters and gender issues; as well as
training on basic PR skills for NGOs.
Budget: 2,455,622 MKD
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TV Menada
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Implementing organization: TV Menada

Donor/s: FOSIM, Norwegian People©s Aid and Medienhilfe

Aim: To inform and educate the citizens living Tetovo and Gostivar region (multiethnic
area recovering from the 2001 crisis) on the decentralization process and the responsibilities of the local authorities and the citizens© duties and rights.
A grant was awarded to TV Menada for covering the production costs for 15 educational and
current affairs program called On the Topic.
Budget: 460,500 MKD
Media NGO sector

Implementing organization: Association of Journalists of Macedonia (AJM)

Donor/s: FOSIM and IREX Pro-Media

Aim: To secure the existence of in-country regional centers of AJM that are used as
educational facilities and meeting points for journalists from the provincial areas of the
country.
A grant was awarded as costs sharing with IREX, to AJM for covering the basic costs of the
regional AJM centers.
Budget: 550,328 MKD
Legal Aid to Journalists

Implementing organization: FOSIM and journalists

Donor/s: FOSIM

Aim: To cover administrative court fees for seven journalists in litigation process for
interception practiced by the authorities at the beginning of 2001.
Budget: 56,000 MKD
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The Best Book Design Award
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor/s: FOSIM

Aim: to stimulate publishers to pay more attention to book design as one of the tools for
attracting potential audience
The NGO Ekokrater from Kratovo with its
edition Tourists© Guide for Kratovo was
awarded with the prize for 2006. The
independent Commission consisted of
three experts selected the best book design
published in the last 12 months. Publishers
applied upon public competition announced
in the printed media.
Budget: 75,239 MKD
World Modern Humanities

Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor/s: FOSIM

Aim: to enlarge the number of translated titles from the world modern humanities that
are necessary as an additional literature for high school and university students
An addition to previously awarded grants for publishing house Evro Balkan Press was made for
issuing 8 titles from world modern humanities. The same type of grant was issued to publishing
house Magor for one title. The addition to both publishers was made due to the fact that the
Ministry of Culture did not fulfill its commitments.
Budget: 1,212,274 MKD
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Info Bus

Implementing organization: National Library Goce Delcev, Shtip

Donor/s: FOSIM, Network Information Program, Budapest and Ministry of Culture

Aim: To improve access to books and to information through Internet to the citizens
from rural areas in Shtip surrounding.
The travel and living costs for study visit of mobile library in Denmark were covered for the
team of Info Bus. The aim of the study visit was to obtain knowledge on enlarging the diversity
of services that mobile library can deliver to the citizens.
Budget: 79,971 MKD
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Public Administration
and Local Self-government Reform Program
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The Public Administration Reform Program is focused on the strengthening of public administration capacities on local and central level. The program supports activities to secure coordinated, efficient and transparent processes of policy making, decision making and rendering
services to citizens as basic preconditions for the country©s successful integration within the
EU. Through this program, FOSIM provides institutional support, research, seminars, training
and debates on public policies.
Civil Servants Training Policy

Implementing organizations: FOSIM, Civil Servants Agency (CSA)

Donors: FOSIM, Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI), Budapest

Partners: General Secretariat of the Government, Civil Servants Agency

Aim: to develop a policy for training of the central administration civil servants addressing the training needs of the civil servants from the central government in a coherent,
coordinated and sustainable manner.
The project contributes to the development of a
Policy for Training of the Central Administration
Civil Servants14 addressing the establishment
of an efficient, coordinated, and sustainable
training system for the civil servants from
the central administration. The Policy has the
ultimate goal to provide the basis for sustainable
human resources development and professional
improvement of the central government civil
servants. In the first half of the year the project
working group developed methodology for the
training needs assessment, conducted the needs
assessment and prepared the training needs
assessment report. This served as a basis for
designing the policy paper that was drafted by
the end of the year. Next phase of the project
envisages wide consultation process on the draft
policy document. After having considered all the recommendations from the relevant
stakeholders the action plan for policy implementation and preparation of the draft training
programs in the identified priority areas will follow.
Budget: 1,693,934 MKD
14 This policy is a part of the Action Plan for the implementation of the European Partnership.
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Monitoring Decentralization

Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: FOSIM, Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI), Budapest

Partners: Association of the Local Self Government Units (ALSGU), municipalities of Bitola, Bogovinje, Gevgelija, Debar, Kavadarci, Karbinci, Kumanovo, Oslomej, Ohrid, Suto
Orizari, Tetovo, Stip and local NGOs.

Aim: to support transparent, effective and efficient process of decentralization in the
area of financing and urban planning.
The project is aiming at supporting, transparent effective and efficient process of decentralization
through monitoring the implementation of the competences in the area of financing and urban
planning in 12 municipalities by the local authorities. The project working group assisted by
an international expert developed the methodology and the indicators for monitoring the
implementation of urban planning and local financing competences. In the first half of the
year, two training sessions for the selected monitors15 on the techniques and methodology of
monitoring were organized. The first 3 months (July, August and September 2006) were the
initial period of monitoring the performance of the 2 competences that served as the baseline
for comparison of monitoring data collected in the next 15 months. The data collected in the
initial period of the monitoring were published in the Report issued in September 2006.
Starting from October 2006 the monitors have been collecting data and preparing
quarterly reports on the indicators performance. In 2007 the monitors will
continue the monitoring and preparation
of the quarterly reports and will be
trained on writing narrative reports for
the performance of the competences in
the respected municipalities.
Budget: 2,439,341 MKD
15 Monitors were nominated by local NGOs
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Supporting Think-tank Organizations

Implementing organizations: FOSIM, Reaktor, Skopje

Donors: FOSIM, Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI), Budapest

Partner: European Stability Initiative (ESI)

Aim: to build local capacities for policy-oriented research
The support for policy research and debates under continuous mentorship from the European
Stability Initiative (ESI) aimed at training young researchers on policy-oriented research and
supporting development of think-tanks continued in 2006. FOSIM supported Reactor16 with an
institutional grant covering part of the annual costs for the preparation of the Reactor©s first
policy paper titled Lake, fish and a village - Macedonian story of underachievement targeting the
issues related to the tourism policy and the local development of Ohrid Lake. In 2007, Reactor
will continue conducting policy oriented research and design policy papers targeting women in
Macedonian Society and the implementation of the Framework Agreement. FOSIM will continue
to support Reactor and other think-tank organizations dealing with public policy research.
Budget: 975,641 mkd
Train the Trainer LG
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: FOSIM and Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI), Budapest

Partner: Civil Servants Agency and Partners Foundation for Local Development (FPDL),
Bucharest, Romania

Aim: development of local trainer pool that will further provide training in local government issues
The program is implemented in cooperation with the Civil Servants Agency and the Partners
Foundation for Local Development (FPDL), Bucharest, Romania, with an aim to produce local
trainers that will further provide training on local government issues.
During 2006 the remaining train the trainer modules on Advanced Training of Trainers Program
conducted into 4 phases were organized, after which the future trainers proceeded in the stage
of their autonomous training. In September and October 2006 two-day autonomous training
16 Think-tank organization that emerged from the initial training on policy-oriented research conducted by FOSIM and ESI in 2004
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performed by the pool of trainers under the supervision of FPDL consultants were
implemented in five previously selected municipalities. FDPL consultants concluded
training impact evaluation from the autonomous training phase on each of the
trainer©s teams. The ones with a positive assessment will be certified trainers in the
respective areas. Certification of trainers will be organized in early February 2007.
Budget: 2,050,479 mkd
Macedonian Center for European Training

Implementing organizations: Macedonian Center for European Training (MCET)

Donors: FOSIM, Delegation of European Commission

Partner: Government of Macedonia, Secretariat for European Affairs

Aim: to support the integration of the Republic of Macedonia into the EU through professional training, consultancy, lobbying for change and policy development.
In 2006 FOSIM granted the Macedonian Center for European Training (MCET)17 funds for
implementation of program activities mainly focused on providing trainings, lobbying and
advocacy on EU issues to civil servants, NGOs, students and media representatives as well as
for institutional support covering running costs for operation of MCET office. In the course of
2006, MCET delivered 21 workshops, seminars, lectures and panel discussions for various target
groups18. Approximately 500 people were trained.
Budget: 1,225,400 MKD
17 MCET members are 14 certified EU trainers that underwent two-year Train the Trainer program on EU
topics accompanied with training on didactical and pedagogical skills. The program was implemented by
FOSIM and was financed and conducted in cooperation with IEP, Berlin; INWENT, Köln and the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In December 2002 the trainers established the MCET as an independent NGO. FOSIM
supported MCET institutionalization. All FOSIM projects and initiatives aiming at facilitation and support of
the Macedonian EU integration process are designed and implemented in close cooperation and partnership
with MCET. 18 Civil servants, judges and public prosecutors, NGOs, political party youth, young leaders, post-graduate
students, entrepreneurs.
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Law Program
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The Law Program of the FOSIM is aimed at promoting the rule of law by shaping government
policy and supporting legal reform in the Republic of Macedonia. In 2006, the Law Program
implemented a range of initiatives targeted at transparency and accountability of the
government institutions, human rights, free access to information, approximation of the
legislation in line with the EU legislation, criminal justice system reform.
The program is implemented in cooperation with the Open Society Justice Initiative and
various domestic and foreign organizations.
Anti-Corruption Initiatives
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: FOSIM, LGI and OSI Human Rights Grants Giving Program

Partners: Association of Local Self-Government Units and NGO Financial Workers

Aim: to support introduction of participatory budgeting in 6 pilot municipalities
In order to support development and introduction of participatory budgeting, two fellowships
were granted 19 to carry out research on participatory budgeting on local level. The study served
as a base line for development of the project activities. Based on the research results open call
was published, and six pilot municipalities were selected.20 Series of in-house trainings were
carried out in order to build capacities within the local communities, to empower the public to
participate in the budgetary processes and to facilitate the budget planning phase.21 Over 130
representatives of local administration, businesses, local NGOs and public participated at the
trainings. At the end of the budget planning phase, three most successful municipalities will be
selected to receive small grants to implement community-initiated programs in early 2008. The
project continues in 2007 and is implemented in cooperation with FOSIM©s Public Administration
Reform Program.
Budget: 2,536,575 MKD
Legislation Approximation

Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: FOSIM
19 Mrs. Vesna Atanasovska, and Mr. Risto Karajkov received the two fellowships.
20 Municipality of Cucer Sandevo, Pehcevo, Gevgelija, Delcevo, and Strumica.
21 Some of the training focused at: internal control, treasury work, financial standard, independent audit
control responsibilities, inter-municipal cooperation in the field of financial work, and IPA.
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Partners: Ministry of Justice
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Aim: to support the approximation of national legislation with that of the EU
FOSIM supported several activities in the process of EU approximation mainly through providing
independent expertise on different drafts and supporting stakeholders© participation in legislation
drafting. The program, in accordance with the EU annual report had two priorities: reform of
the judiciary and reform of the police. Therefore, FOSIM established two task groups within
the Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Interior, consisted of four and five lawyers, respectively.
The task groups assisted drafting laws within the ministries, and put particular emphasis on
European standards and human rights. Ministry of Justice©s task group was operational until
April 2006, while the task force at the Ministry of Interior will be operation until February, 2008.
Additionally, FOSIM worked on strengthening the legislative framework for the civil society and
initiated debates to promote public benefit status and introduce fiscal benefits. As a result,
the Minister of Justice established a working group that should draft a new Law on NGOs. Two
members of this working group represent civil society, one of which is FOSIM.
Budget: 2,458,960 MKD
Law Enforcement Strategies and Policies
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: FOSIM and OSI Human Rights Grants Giving Program

Partners: Ministry of Internal Affairs, Public Prosecution Office, Supreme Court, Basic Courts Skopje 1 and 2, Customs Office,
Police Academy, Financial Police, Public
Revenue Office, Money Laundering Prevention Directorate, Ministry of Justice,
Secretariat for European Affairs and Law
Faculty Justinian Primus, Skopje
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Aim: to improve criminal justice in organized crime cases
The expert forum initiated under the framework
of the Law Enforcement Strategies and Policies
project continued throughout 2006 and as
a result the Government initiated a program to facilitate
data exchange between various state bodies in an effort to combat organized crime
and corruption. FOSIM continuously monitors the implementation of the various new
measures and available mechanisms in ord­­­er to secure that human rights are not violated
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in the fight against crime. Furthermore, FOSIM commented on the draft National program
for approximation of the legislation with the EU and sent open letters and commentaries to
Macedonian authorities on several occasions on issues related to the fight against organized
crime. The work of the expert group was summarized and published in three by-monthly
brochures, due to great expert interest. As identified by the expert forum, due to severe problems
of over-incarceration, particularly in pre-trial detention, the program will focus on promoting
legal aid reform with a view to introducing public defenders offices and non-custodial pre-trial
measures and monitoring and ensuring due process rights of criminal defendants.
Budget: 609,691 MKD
Human Rights Support
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: FOSIM and OSCE
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Partner: The Human Rights Support Network22 and State Electorate Committee

Aim: to promote the right to free access to information through strategic litigation
During 2006 FOSIM in cooperation with OSCE supported a network of five local NGOs to provide
free legal advice to alleged victims of police misconduct, ill-treatment and torture. Total number
of 36 cases was registered, majority due to bodily injure (67%), rude behavior and misconduct
(25%), and violation of procedural rights (8%).23 The vast majority of the recorded victims of
police misconduct are men (88,5%) and adults (97,1%). Hard and serious violations of human
right resulting with heavily bodily injures were reported in all cases where Special Unit Alpha was
involved. Solidarity between the public prosecutor, judiciary and police remains a problem.
Majority of the citizens that approached the network are still unfamiliar with the available
complaint procedures and mechanisms against police abuse. A considerable number of citizens,
alleged victims of police abuse, seek legal advice, but are afraid to initiate a case against police.
Some initiate only a civil procedure for compensation of damages, and are not interested in
initiating a criminal procedure against police officers. Furthermore, victims of police abuse are
not interested to take their cases at the Parliamentary Standing Inquiry Committee for Protection
of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. So far, only one case was presented.
Additionally, in cooperation with the Civil Society Program, FOSIM supported training of
22 ªCoallition All for Fair Trialsº, Skopje, ªCenter for Civic Initiativesº, Prilep, ªCenter for Democratic
Developmentº, Tetovo, ªChoiceº, Strumica and ªForum for Protection of Roma Rights - Arkaº, Kumanovo.
More information about network©s activities can be found at: www.hrsp.org.mk.
23 The right to be informed for the reasons for the detention, deprivation of liberty or arrest; the right to
be brought before a judge within 24 hours; the right to have an attorney within the procedure etc.
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over 40.000 election administration. Following the adoption of the new Electorate Code and
appointment of new election administration, FOSIM developed training materials, and trained
100 trainers to conduct the country wide training to all electorate committees© members,
during June and July 2006, before the Parliamentary elections held in July. The training was coorganized with the State Electorate Committee and the training materials will be further used by
the Committee for continuous trainings of the election administration for the next elections.
Budget: 3,175,279 MKD
Justice Initiative Freedom of Media
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Implementing organization: Open Society Justice Initiative

Donors: Open Society Justice Initiative and Hewlett Foundation

Partners: Freedom of Information Advocates Network and Access Info Europe

Aim: to foster the right to free access to information globally
On the occasion of the 4th International Conference of Information Commissioner, a civil
society meeting was held on May 23-24, 2006 in Manchester, UK and brought together around
50 access rights advocates from 27 countries of the world to discuss strategies for improving
access to information globally. The meeting was used to discuss and support the elaboration
by the Council of Europe of a treaty on ªaccess to documentsº. At the meeting, the civil society
organization adopted a declaration in which they called on the Council of Europe to ensure
that the treaty recognizes access to information as a human right; is consistent with the best
law and practice of the Member States; and establishes an effective and sufficiently resourced
monitoring mechanism. The organizations insisted on an open treaty-drafting process in which
civil society is meaningfully consulted. The sub-program supported the participation of the
Freedom of Information project coordinator at the meeting.
Budget: 35,653 MKD
Free Access to Information
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: FOSIM, OSI Human Rights Grants Giving Program and Swedish Helsinki Committee

Partners: 14 local NGOs24
24 Sunshine, Sv. Nikole; Youth Tolerance, Debar; Coalition All for Fair Trials, Skopje; Association for Democratic Values, Veles; ORT, Prilep; Prolonged Life, Strumica; Forum for Roma Rights, Kumanovo; European
Forum, Gevgelija; Kham, Delcevo; Network 7, Shtip; Spectar, Shtip; Woman Organization, Pehcevo, Pro Media, Skopje and Macedonian Young Lawyers Association, Skopje
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Aim: to monitor the implementation of the right to free access to information
FOSIM continues to promote the right to free
access of information. Project activities focused
on capacity building both of the civil sector and
newly established Information Commission,
monitoring the implementation of the free
access law, and providing free legal aid for
denied requests, and strategic litigation to test
the law. On the occasion of the International
Right to Know Day, FOSIM in cooperation with
the Information Commission implemented a
citizens© educational campaign. Furthermore,
20 young lawyers were trained to provide
free legal aid to citizens through free phone
line. Additionally, the President of the
Information Commission was supported to
participate on a study-week in UK to learn
about their experience in introducing free
access law, administrative review and
information management.
During the last year, FOSIM in cooperation
with 13 local NGOs, submitted over 910
requests to 45 central government bodies, 31
municipalities, 29 public enterprises, judiciary,
parliament and government. Additionally,
total of 104 appeals were submitted to the
Information Commission, and currently
four administrative cases are in front of
the Supreme Court against decision of the
Information Commission. FOSIM cases have
led to significant jurisprudence, such as the
decision by the Information Commission to
include political party financing under the
free access law. Additionally, information
received was used for different advocacy
strategies such us the lobbing efforts in
the Parliament against the Lustration Law
that so far has been suspended.
Budget: 369,732 MKD
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Civil Society Program
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The goal of the Civil Society Program is to promote and support the development of open
society and civic values and principles by supporting non-governmental organizations and
citizens© initiatives.
Improving Interethnic Relations in the Republic of Macedonia
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: FOSIM, King Baudouin Foundation, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Aim: Building better interethnic relations through promotion of the values of democracy, dialogue and tolerance, as well as initiating cooperation between different ethnic
groups, representatives of nongovernmental organizations and institutions and informal citizens© groups
Improving Interethnic Relations in RM program was conducted in time period between March
2002 and March 2005 as part of the regional initiative also involving Albania, Bulgaria, Romania
and Serbia. 63 initiatives were supported within the program, out of which 54 were of NGOs and
9 of informal citizens© groups.
As a result of the three-year implementation of the program a CD with final report was prepared
in 6 languages spoken in Macedonia: Macedonian, Albanian, Roma, Turkish, Vlach and Serbian.
In 2006 the final report was distributed to institutions on national and local level, NGOs and
foundations.
Budget: 70,089 MKD
Rights of Non-majority Communities on Local Level

Implementing organization: Citizens© Association for Support of Interethnic Dialogue
and Community Development ªCommon Valuesº
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Donors: FOSIM, King Baudouin Foundation (EU funds)

Partners: NGO Support Centers in Shtip, Debar, Struga, Delchevo, Kichevo and Prilep

Aim: Monitoring decentralization process in 6 municipalities regarding situation, problems and needs of the non-majority communities.
The activities implemented in Macedonia are part of the regional project Dialogue for Interaction,
Advocacy and Networking Capacity Building for Minority Rights in Practice in South East Europe
(DIANET) supported by the European Commission and co-financed by FOSIM.
Project activities are focused towards promotion of the role and jurisdiction of the commissions
for minority relations, as well as organization of debates aiming at inciting constructive dialogue
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about issues related to the rights of the non-majority communities. In addition, 6 monitoring
teams for monitoring situation on local level are formed in the realms of the project. Monitoring
teams are consisted of representatives of the Commons Values, representatives of the NGO
Support Centers and local NGOs.
Budget: 1,537,720 MKD
Living in Multiethnic Environment - Citizens with Equal Rights, Opportunities and Protection
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: European Commission and FOSIM

Partners: Common Values, and network of 12 NGO Support Centers

Aim: to improve the status of minorities groups and to strengthen capacities for active
participation in public policy making on local and national level.
In March 2006, FOSIM© Civil Society Program submitted concept note to the call for proposals
within the Campaign 4: Advancing equality, tolerance and peace of European Initiative for
Human Rights and Protection (EIDHR). The concept note was accepted by European Commission
and the full application was submitted in July 2006. The project was approved in October 2006.
On December 29, 2006, FOSIM and European Commission signed the grant agreement with the
total budget of 1,298,500 EUR (European Commission: 979,983 EUR, FOSIM: 318,517 EUR).
The project activities are structured in three main components:
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Capacity Building and Networking,
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Lobbying & Advocacy and Building Public Awareness

Monitoring of the local administration
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The project will be implemented in the next 30 months period.
Centers for Community Development in Veles, Prilep, Stip and Kicevo
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and FOSIM

Aim: to ensure active civic participation in the community development by means of effective partnership creation for influencing public policies
The four NGO Support Centers (NGOSCs)25
in Veles, Prilep, Stip, and Kicevo have been
financed by SDC and FOSIM since 2000.
In 2006, NGOSCs received one year more
support from SDC and FOSIM till the end of
December 2006.
The NGOSCs continued to provide training,
consultancy, logistic support, library and
small grants to local NGOs.
The activities of NGOSCs in 2006 were focused
on establishing effective partnerships among
different actors in the local community, and
increasing public participation in development
and implementation of local public policies.
Total of 61 applications were received, and 18 projects were supported26 on the call for proposals
for NGOs networks and coalitions from these four towns, directed to the development of local
community through active citizens© participation in creating public policies.
The year 2006 was ªexit stageº towards achieving the self-sustainability of NGOSCs. Meetings
and sustainability workshops of the 12 NGOSCs and donors were organized in order to provide
directions for preparing the strategies for sustainability. These sustainability strategies served
as a base for registering the NGOSCs as separate legal entities. Till the end of 2006, NGOSCs
in Veles, Prilep, Stip and Kicevo were transformed in Support & Development Foundation in
Prilep, Foundation for Local Development and Democracy Fokus in Veles, Local Community
Development Foundation in Stip, and Association of Citizens Center for Community Development
in Kicevo. NGOSCs in Prilep and Veles had secured premises and covered the utilities free of
charge by their local governments.
Budget: 11,291,176 MKD
Support of Civil Society- Strengthening NGOs: NGO Support Centres in Socially and Economically Deprived Areas in Macedonia

Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donors: European Agency for Reconstruction and FOSIM

Aim: to strengthen the role of NGOs and the civil society as a whole - by supporting NGOs
to deliver better services and increase their capacities to cooperate with the other NGOs,
as well as with local authorities, the economic sector and across ethnic lines
25 Information of the activities of NGOSCs can be found on www.ngocenters.org.mk
26 5 in Veles, 4 in Prilep, 5 in Stip and 4 in Kicevo.
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NGO Support Centers27 continue to provide different types of support to local NGOs: provision
of infrastructure (meeting room, communication and training equipment, computers, printers
and copiers, library, information and funding possibilities); capacity building program through
which various training were organised for local stakeholders; and encourage and initiate
activities of joint interest of local NGOs through local and regional meetings, roundtables,
press conferences, workshops, seminars, exchange of information and experience, building
coalitions, developing joint project proposals and actions, visits to other Centers & NGOs
from the regions. The project was extended until September 30, 2006 in order to provide
enough time for NGOSCs transformation and development of sustainability strategies.
After the end of the project supported by EAR, additional fund was provided by FOSIM for
NGOSCs operation till the end of 2006. In this period NGOSCs were transformed into separate
legal entities able for further independent operation as well as joint application on national
and regional call for proposals. The main orientation in their strategies for next three years is
support of civil society in their area of operation, sustainable community development through
mobilizing local resources, cross border cooperation using available EU funds, and development
of EU values and standards.
NGO Support Centres in Delcevo, Debar, Negotino, Strumica, Gevgelija, Struga and Resen
provided free of charge premises for next 3-5 years and FOSIM allocated additional funds for
reconstruction.
Budget: 29,688,280 MKD
Internet for NGOs
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donor: FOSIM

Aim: to provide access to information required to link Macedonian NGOs with international organizations and donors
FOSIM signed grant agreements with 35 NGOs for one year Internet access for local NGOs in the
towns where NGOSCs are located. Grants were donated to NGOs which have their own offices
and necessary equipment.
Budget: 216,450 MKD
27 In Debar, Delcevo, Gevgelija, Kratovo, Negotino, Resen, Struga, and Strumica - opened in 2004
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NGO Support Center - Prilep
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: USAID, FOSIM and Municipality of Prilep
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Partner: Municipality of Prilep

Aim: to provide conditions for operation of NGOs in Prilep and their cooperation with
Local Government in community development, and to enable basis for sustainability of
NGOs from Prilep by securing premises for the NGO Support Center.
In 2006, Municipality of Prilep and FOSIM signed Memorandum of Understanding for providing
premises owned by Local Government for the NGO Support Center.
With Decision of Council of Prilep, NGOSC Prilep have received free of charge premises for 10
years, in the object owned by Municipality where they will be replaced together with municipal
office for local economic development. On the basis of this decision, some of the NGOSC©s running
costs will be also provided by Local Government in Prilep (electricity for 5 years, water supply
and communal taxes for 10 years). Municipality of Prilep received a grant from USAID/MDW fund
and FOSIM for renovation of the object.
The object provided meeting space for the NGO community, as well as conditions for improvement
of cooperation of NGO sector in Prilep with Local Government.
Budget: 1,219,629 MKD
Community Forums
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Implementing organizations: FOSIM and Centre for Institutional Development (CIRa)

Donor: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)

Partners: Union of Local Self-Government Units (ZELS), Municipality of Prilep, Municipality of Kicevo and Municipality of Gjorce Petrov

Aim: to support a participatory community development at local level. The Forum is a
development platform: 1) for the citizens to improve their life with their own ideas and
participation and 2) for the administration to develop participatory, accountable and
trusted local governance.
In September 2006 FOSIM started implementation of the Community Forum Programme inception phase, financed by SDC.
Based on the feasibility study, SDC selected three Municipalities to take part in the test Forum
Programme, Gjorce Petrov, Prilep and Kicevo, and two implementing organizations: FOSIM
and CIRa. FOSIM is responsible for organizing the Forum sessions in Municipality of Prilep, for
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the overall PR of the Programme, and for organizing
meetings of Programs Board and Steering Committee
in cooperation with ZELS.
FOSIM and the Municipality of Prilep signed the
agreement for implementing forum programme in
Prilep. Four forum sessions were carried out in 2006 on
the topic Community urban development. The average
number of participants per session was 120. The forum
involves its participants in 10 structured working
tables producing project ideas and recommendations.
Working tables represent different socio-economic
interests and viewpoints of the community. The
interest for the forum process was evident, not only
from citizens, but from Municipal administration,
councillors and representatives from all local
institutions. Between the forum sessions participants worked on
development of project proposals.
Working tables also define the selection of the projects. All tables have equal rights and ªweightsº
in selecting projects. The selection process will be on the last, sixth, session in February 2007.
The Fund for the Forum projects for each municipality consists of 120.000,00 EUR allocated by
SDC and 25% allocated from the municipal budget. Each local organization or citizens group,
which will be the implementer of a forum project, should contribute at least 15% of the budget
of the individual project.
Budget: 1,461,718 MKD
Civic Action
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: to encourage civic participation in the policy-making and stimulate NGOs to become an active subject of civil society
Eleven (11) NGOs located in regions covered by the 12 NGO Support Centres realised projects
granted by FOSIM. The projects covered activities for promoting democratic practice in
Macedonia (accountability, transparency, code of conduct, civic participation in policy-making,
good governance of all subject in the civil society), and anticorruption on local level (monitoring
of local public funds in certain areas as social care, environment protection etc.).
Budget: 2,266,444 MKD
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Revealed Testimonies
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donor: FOSIM
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Aim: to provide to the public the alternative side of the history, the daily life of combats
and civilians in region of Kratovo and Probistip during the First World War (1914-1918).
FOSIM has bought letters and other documents of Macedonian soldiers, participants in the First
World War. During 2006 those documents have been scanned, perused (decoded) and processed
by team of experts (historian and archivist).
Budget: 330,537 MKD
Elections and EU Accession Survey
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: to support the Parliamentary elections process
FOSIM planned to provide funds for a survey that will cover the issue of EU accession in front
of the Parliamentary elections in 2006. This decision was changed leading the context changes
and need for immediate financial intervention for training of the electoral administration for
the elections.
FOSIM support was provided to the State Electoral Commission. The subprogram was
implemented in cooperation and coordination of the FOSIM Law Program28.
Budget: 1,219,780 MKD
Youth Combating Social Exclusion
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: World Bank - Small Grant Program and FOSIM

Aim: To raise awareness and visualize the social exclusion of youth/origin and to support active participation of youth in bringing changes towards reducing the level of social exclusion among youth
The project will offer mentoring support, capacity building and financial support to concreteresults-oriented initiatives of youth NGOs in combating social exclusion. Training manual in the
28 See Law Program
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field of social exclusion will be developed and blog as open on-line space for communication of all
relevant stakeholders. The implementation period is 2007-2008. In this stage, several activities
were undertaken in promotion of the project activities and dissemination of the information on
the project activities, goals and process of implementation to potential participants.
Youth in action: Financial and Technical Assistance to Youth NGO for Community Oriented Projects
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donors: World Bank - Small Grant Program, Balkan Trust for Democracy, and FOSIM

Aim: To support active participation of youth in fostering concrete changes in policies in
Macedonian society. To provide capacity building and financial support to Youth NGOs
practical-results oriented projects
The first component provided 6 grants for youth NGOs in promoting the priorities of the Youth
National Strategy.
The second and third component offered technical and mentoring support to youth NGOs in
development of project ideas and capacity building. 40 members of the youth NGOs were
trained on Youth issues/policies and Project Management Cycle; the personnel of 20 youth NGOs
received on-the-job practical training on different subjects; over 20 proposals were developed;
9 concrete-results-oriented youth projects were supported.
All projects emphasized active youth engagement and participation and enchased partnerships
with other CSOs, public and private sector.
Budget: 4,886,479 MKD
History and Apocrypha - Demythologization of 2001
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donor: FOSIM
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Aim: to find answers and provide to the public facts for the events and actors in the 2001
armed conflict in Macedonia.
FOSIM started compiling of complete bibliography of books and comprehensive texts (articles,
reports) on the conflict in 2001, published in Macedonia (both in Macedonian and Albanian
language) and abroad.
Budget: 213,085 MKD
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Peace Unlimited Festival
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Implementing organization/s: Civil

Donors: SDC, OSCE, Caritas - France, UNDP and FOSIM
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Aim: the Peace Unlimited Festival contributes to the processes of peace and reconciliation and the most of all, overcoming violence and gun culture. It had served as a successful public tool for awareness-raising
Like the years before (since 2000), the festival involved strong component of confidence building
between ethnic communities, promoting culture of peace and cooperation, as an alternative to
gun culture and violence. Participants from different communities and backgrounds gather to
promote multiculturalism, democracy, non-violence, arms control and human rights. Culture
and arts are excellent vehicles to bring the message forward and that is why artists from various
fields of art, trainees at workshops, teachers, community leaders and musicians commit their
works to the mission of this manifestation.
The Festival lasted five days. There were several hundred visitors of the exhibitions, mainly
children and youth with their teachers or parents. Peace Unlimited Festival program includes
music, theatre, film, exhibitions, presentations, and art workshops: screening of the documentary
film ªMy First Shotº29, the Arts Against Arms exhibition, the Croatian documentary film ªCroatia
- E(n)den on Earthº30, ªLord of Warº, ªTsotsiº and ªCity of Godº. Lots of various concerts and DJ
performances were held every night between 9 pm and 3 am.
The festival tackles the issues of peace, anti-gun and anti-violence culture, small arms
control, safety and security, community policing.
Budget: 488,700 MKD
Support to a National Civil Society Forum/Platform

Implementing organizations: MCIC, Forum, Megjasi, CIRa, SOZM, ADI, CGI, and FOSIM

Donors: European Agency for Reconstruction and members of the Civic Platform of
Macedonia
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Partners: 29 NGOs, members of the Civic Platform of Macedonia

Aim: to strengthen the role of the civil society sector, in changed and challenging environment, increasing its influence and contributing to social changes, democracy and
responsible governance
29 produced by Civil and Bonn International Centre
30 produced by the Center for Peace Studies
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The project began in May, 2006 and will be continued until November, 2007. Stimulating
communication among NGOs, improving their legal and fiscal framework, developing their
self-regulation capacities and increasing their dialogue with other sectors are the four main
objectives of the coordinating organizations: MCIC, FOSIM, Forum and Megjasi.
Within the programme, FOSIM organized the first regional NGO fair in Strumica. Unique by its
contents and form, the fair provided a healthy basis for a larger regional cooperation between
related NGOs from the region. Three main structural elements constituted the fair: exhibition
space, forum discussions and socio-cultural events. Representatives from forty participating
organizations directly interacted with the public. The free entrance opportunity was used by
approximately 2700 visitors from all over the country.
The same model was implemented on the second regional NGO fair organized by ADI in
Gostivar.
The series of regional meeting points for civil society actors will end with the fifth regional NGO
fair in 2007.
Budget: 407,796 MKD
NGO Fair - Civil Society Forum in Macedonia
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Implementing organization: FOSIM

Aim: to promote FOSIM© work to the wider
public, NGOs and donors within NGO Fair.
In December 2005, the 5th NGO Fair - Civil
Society Forum in Macedonia - focused on
the Decentralization was organized. FOSIM
promoted its work within the exhibition part of
the NGO Fair.
In 2006 national NGO Fair was not organized.
A series of regional NGO fairs organized by
Citizens Platform of Macedonia will precede to
the next national NGO fair.
Budget: 54,000 MKD
Redefining Public Cultural Space
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Implementing organization: NGO Kontrapunkt, Skopje
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Donors: Swiss Cultural Programme and FOSIM

Aim: to provoke public debate and public interest and to affect the local and central
policy regarding the alternative treatment of the public space.
ª(Re)defining Public Cultural Spacesº is project aimed to rapture the devastating effects of the
15 years long transitional problem of functional and even the physical disappearance of the
public sphere in Macedonia, it©s dysfunctional reappropriation as well as the lost of all it©s public
functions. When no other action appears this project offers an alternative option of socio-cultural
strategy with interdisciplinary approach, as well as contemporary working methods, developing
a broad cooperation with artistic groups and non-institutional cultural scene.
The project consists of five consequent activities:
1. Renovation and re-start of the Cultural center Tocka,
2. Forum on public space - disappearance, transformation or creation of an urban body,
3. Forum on the alternative urban strategies of building the city as creative and interactive
community,
4. Site specific art interventions reading and writing the city,
5. Workshop on why and how to create e-spaces.
Budget: 488,700 MKD
Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs
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Implementing organization: FOSIM
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Donor: FOSIM
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Partner: General Secretariat of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia

Aim: to support the process of developing a strategy for cooperation between the Government and the NGO sector
The agreement between FOSIM and General Secretariat of the Government31 for support of the
establishment of a liaison office for cooperation with NGOs within the General Secretariat of
the Government was extended till the end of 2006. FOSIM supports the process of developing
a strategy for cooperation between the Government and the NGO sector through paying the
salary of a NGO representative employed in the Unit for cooperation with NGOs. The General
Secretariat provides the technical working conditions, and from January 2006 equipped the Unit
with three more employees32.
Budget: 344,681 MKD
31 signed in December 2004.
32 In addition, EAR provides technical assistance to this Unit and financial support to the process of developing the
strategy in the next two years.
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Europe Now - Campaign

Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: to raise citizens© awareness about the importance of the process of accession of the
Republic of Macedonia in the European Union.
In early 200633 FOSIM in cooperation with the 12
NGOSCs and the Secretariat for European Affairs
(SEA) within the Government implemented
a series of public events under the topic The
accession process of the RM towards the
European Union and the perspectives offered by
European Union.
In March, April and May the forum discussions
were held in Veles, Prilep, Stip, Kicevo,
Strumica, Gevgelija, Kratovo, Delcevo, Negotino,
Bitola, Resen, Struga and Debar. Secretariat
for European Affairs informed citizens about
the process of EU integration, the Action Plan
for European Partnership and progress in its
implementation.
Budget: 50,192 MKD
Re-socialization of Ex-combatants

Implementing organization: FOSIM

Donor: FOSIM

Aim: to prevent social exclusion of participants in military activities in the Macedonian
conflict of 2001
FOSIM awarded support to Citizens Associations of former participants in military activities in
the Macedonian conflict of 2001 on both sides of the conflict. Project objectives are to prevent
social exclusion of ex-combatants and improve their skills for accessing the labor market34.
33 as a continuation of the nation-wide public campaign started in December 2005 by FOSIM in order to raise citizens©
awareness about the importance of the process of Integration of RM in European Union
34 The project was implemented in cooperation with MCIC, which part of activities was financed by Nederland
Embassy.
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FOSIM provides IT equipment and funds for courses of English language and computer skills for
200 members of Citizens Associations of ex-combatants and their branch offices in the period
December 2005- December 2006.
Budget: 880,000 MKD
Spin-off organizations
Akcija Zdruzenska
In 2006, Akcija Zduzhenska©s activities were focused on publishing and promoting the findings
and recommendations from the series of analyses and studies relevant for gender equality and
protection of women©s rights in Macedonia, in order to provide an advocacy tool for positive
changes in the policies, legislation and practices in these areas.
The report On the road to EU - Monitoring Equal Opportunities for Women and Men in Macedonia
(EOWM) assessed the status of equal opportunities between men and women, analyzing
legislation, institutions and practice based on 5 selected EU Directives. The studies Gender
Equality and the Local Self government produced for Bitola, Sveti Nikole, Kumanovo and Veles
were based on the data collected by the local groups of women activists from each of the
communities. They provided situation analyses and recommendations for integrating gender
perspective into the policies and practices of the local authorities.
The project Establishing Unified and Positive Practices in Combating Domestic Violence in
Macedonia35, aims at developing accessible and efficient civil and criminal justice system
for protection of domestic violence victims. Within the project, working groups of appointed
representatives of relevant institutions were trained and started the work on developing
protocols for more efficient implementation of Family Code and Criminal Law provisions for
domestic violence protection. In addition, local and national service providers to victims of
domestic violence were mapped and assessed, and necessary changes of the current legal
provisions on domestic violence were identified.
AZ participated in various regional events related to EU accession such as the consultancy
meeting Two Years Later: The Status of Gender Equality in CEE New Member States, as well as
the launch of the SEE regional Equal Opportunities for Women and Men monitoring report and
the European Feminist Conference, organized in the EU Parliament premises.
Budget: 2,932,200 MKD
35 financed by The United Nations Trust Fund to Eliminate Violence against Women and implemented in partnership with
Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and Equality of Women (ESE).
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Contemporary Art Center
Contemporary Art Center (CAC) - Skopje continued to deal with issues of culture, cultural
decentralization and development.
The three year project (2004-2007) called Small Door / Community Culture Initiatives36 is a joint
cooperation project of the Centre for Balkan Cooperation ªLOJAº from Tetovo and Contemporary
Art Centre from Skopje. Project aims to improve the cultural and social life and interethnic
relations in the city of Tetovo and western Macedonia. With the establishment of Multimedia
Arts Centre and field activities in the rural regions, the project has established preconditions
for cultural production and cultural animation which involve creative individuals and groups,
cultural organizations, institutions and all ethnic, religious, social communities in this region.
Budget: 484,105 MKD
Common Values
Common Values© mission is aimed towards initiating and supporting civic dialogue for equitable
participation of ethnic communities living in RM for sustainable development.
Main activities of Common Values aim towards promotion of regulative dealing with the rights
of the ethnic communities, strengthening capacities of NGOs for successful addressing problems
and needs, and active participation in policy creation on local level, as well as international
cooperation and exchange of experience in dealing with issues related to the rights of ethnic
communities.
In the frame of its program activities, Common Values in 2006 implements the following projects:
Minority Rights in Practice in SEE37, Dialogue for Interaction, Advocacy and Networking Capacity
Building for Minority Rights in Practice in SEE (DIANET)38 and The rights of Non-majority Ethnic
Communities - NEC.
Projects realized by Common Values are part of the regional initiatives that include neighboring
countries.
An analysis of the legislation concerning the rights of the ethnic communities in RM is prepared
and published, as well as the comparative analysis with the international standards. A series of
training and debates about the rights of minorities was realized.
FOSIM supported Common Values in the organizational and program functioning areas.
Budget: 727,558 MKD
36 co-financed by FOSIM, Swiss Culture Programme Prohelvetia, and USAID
37 financed by FOSIM, the King Baudouin Foundation, and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation (March 2005 - February 2007)
38 initiative of King Baudouin Foundation, supported by European Commission - Network to network CARDS regional
program
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East-East and Other
Regional Inititives
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East-East: Partnership Beyond Borders
East - East: Partnership beyond Borders is a grant making and operational program of the
Networks of the Soros Foundations. This program provides support to people and organizations
to foster cross-border partnership and collaboration in order to strengthen the conditions for
an open society. The program seeks to promote the creative dialogue and huge neutral space
for the presentation and discussion of diverse cross-border views and alternative opinions.
The program supports initiatives that foster cross border communication between individuals
and groups working on local level that leads to long term positive changes in the societies.
Program East-East: Partnership beyond Borders provides financial and human resources that
enable civil society actors to build or/and strengthen resources and expertise; share best
practices/lessons learned in social transformation; collaboration on innovative solutions
to common challenges; create and/or strengthen international advocacy coalitions. This
network program continues to encourage national and local NGOs in opening a new space for
collaboration and empowerment of civil dialogue among individuals and groups.
Subprogram for European Integration is active in the framework of East-East. This subprogram
is focused on transfer of practical knowledge and sharing experience in the process of EU
Integration form Central Europe to further EU member-states and EU neighbors by using of
capacities of civil society actors, groups and individuals39.
East-East/hosting
Building Capacities for Youth Lobbying in the
Balkan was implemented in mid-November by
CRPM - Skopje40. The event hosted over fifty
participants, members of well-known youth NGOs
from the Western Balkans, at the last, fourth phase
of the regional initiative ªBuilding Capacities for
Balkan Youth Lobbyingº. On the first day of the
panel discussion, the young participants were
introduced to different tips and techniques on
lobbying, the importance of lobbying and methods
of preparing advocacy plans for the EU, the Council
of Europe and other European institutions. On the second day, the representatives
from public and international institutions were involved in the panel presentation and in the
process of facilitating and preparing presentations by each group. The facilitators in the groups
transferred their professional experience to assist creating a realistic and successful youth
39 www.soros.org/initiatives/east
40 Center for Research and Policy Making, Skopje, www.crpm.org.mk
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lobby strategy. Divided in two groups, they managed to develop a strategy for youth lobbying on
issues of youth mobility and youth unemployment. At the final session, the leaders of each youth
NGO defined the further steps for improving the position of young population in the region.
The comprehensive report, including conclusions and recommendations from this event, was
distributed to relevant institutions and organizations in the region. This event was covered by
the weekly magazine Forum.
Sharing experience of NGOs and journalists as important stakeholders in the EU accession process
was organized by EUROPEUM, Prague in partnership with CRPM - Skopje. After public call for
participation and the completion of the pre-selection phase, the first event was held in the city
of Ohrid, in mid- November. Divided in two groups, (basic and advanced), the journalists and the
members of NGOs were trained for lobbying skills and techniques. Participants learnt more about
possibilities of using advocacy activities as important methods for speeding up the Macedonian
accession processes towards EU integration. Selected ten best participants at the training were
invited to attend five days study visit in Prague. Participants learned more about Czech
experience in EU integrative processes. Representatives of Czech
civil sector, institutes, media, university
professors, members of Czech lobby
groups and Macedonian participants
analyzed and discussed possibilities
of further cooperation between the
Central and South Eastern Europe in
regards of EU enlargement. During the
study visit Macedonian participants
attended an international conference
in Prague. Macedonian participant Ivan
Bimbilovski had a presentation in which
he analyzed the process of further EU
enlargement. He focused on different EU
issues such as systematic problems in the
EU, monetary matters, visa facilitations,
corruption and reforms in judicial system.
The comprehensive presentation from the conference in Prague was offered to
Macedonian diplomatic bulletin. Journalist Bobi Hristov member of the study visit group wrote
several articles on the Macedonian experience toward EU integration and won the annual Jean
Monett Award for investigative journalism. Another member of the study visit group Darko
Angelov started to volunteer in the magazine supported by Macedonian Ministry of Foreign
Affairs.
Project initiative Open Door/Art for social change was implemented by PAC Multimedia41 in
June 2006. This initiative was related to eco-social issues of youth marginalized population and
41 www.multimedia.org.mk/opendoor/vlez.html
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possibility for improving inclusiveness in the regional society. Partners in the project met for
preparatory meeting. Final version of the agenda was concluded and clarified, methodology of
training, members of team trainers and other technical and logistic issues were determined.
The main event, open air camp was held in the city of Stip. Participants from the countries in
the region were trained to use non-formal material and inclusive methods to enhance the skills
for improving their marginalized position in the society. Youth used metal, textile, wood, plastic
create artistic works. Each group publicly promoted their final results thought performance,
video, and music from the training. This event was covered by the local media and newspapers
and provoked lot of interest of the local citizens. The members of hosting organization NGO
Multimedia had a meeting with officials from Macedonian Ministry of culture where they
explained the goals of the regional initiative and concept of using art skills as a tool for improving
the standard and quality of living of youth marginalized population. The information about this
event was up-loaded at the official web page of Macedonian Ministry of culture. Artworks made
from the event were presented in Cultural Centre Mala Stanica, in September 2006 in the city
of Skopje.
Public Achievement Groups Unite:
Promoting Local Civic Education
Activism was the most massive
hosting event. Meeting held
in the second half of 2006, in
Popova Sapka. Over 233 students,
teachers, school directors from
the Balkan states, Poland, Turkey,
Nederland, the Ukraine and USA
took an active part in it. Prior to
the event six teachers from primary
school Naim Frasheri participate
at Training for Trainers event in
Nowy Sacz, Poland and obtained
PA certificate. At the event in
Popova Sapka participants from
the region worked in a multicultural
environment. They were trained by PA methods for creativity, innovativeness and voluntarism
and learned more about the needs for deeper cooperation between school directors, parents
and local business communities as a must to improve the existing school conditions and further
increase of the educational program quality level. A regional network of Units for Public
Achievements was established in Macedonia by promoting the civic activism as a useful tool
for inclusion of democracy values, standards and criteria in the educational system networks.
After the event, members of the Macedonian PA Units promoted the concept and benefits of
implementing PA methods in education, and they established contacts with representatives
from the Bureau for Development of Education of the Macedonian Ministry of Education. The
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Project goals and achievements were presented to the municipal authorities in Tetovo. The local
business community in Tetovo was acquainted with the results of this event.
Budget: 2,170,545 MKD
East-East/ Participation
In 2006 the number of Macedonian participants increased. The program took more aggressive
steps for promotion. Regular program update was distributed to our Board members and different
NGO networks. Visits to local towns and NGOs were used for promotion of the program too. In
comparison to previous years for the same period, the number of grantees slightly increased.
Programs supported new persons and organizations so far not involved in the program. Some
active individuals and NGOs continue to benefit from the program.
Events that provoked the most significant interest for Macedonian participant were EU
integration issues. Macedonian representatives from civil society, experts and member of
academic community actively took part in debating, analyzing and elaborating EU topics and
issues such as visa facilitation and liberalization, EU enlargement and Western Balkan region,
NGOs networks and platforms for EU and possibility of collaboration and new members for
South Eastern Europe.
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Most of Macedonian participants that took part at regional initiatives were members of youth
NGOs. Youth policy, improving the skills in lobbing and tips and methods in advocacy activates in
EU institutions, creating a public policy toward inclusion of youth position in the regional society
and problems and challenges of youth were issues that provoked participative interest.
Local development and rural development, public policy standards, genders issues, topics from
e-society and open software, interethnic relation and publishing market were themes that
attracted Macedonian participants.
In 2006, Program supported number of representatives of Roma NGOs. Possibility of engagement
of Roma population in the processes within society and creating a tolerant public perception were
the topics that provoked the interest. Role of woman in creating public politics and international
models for monitoring and assessing the protection of rights of marginalized groups were the
topics where Roma participants took a part.
Budget: 1,630,993 MKD
At the European Borders: Who are our Friends/Enemies?
The Sixth International seminar Transitional Justice in the Former Yugoslavia on the topic At
European Borders: Who are our Friends/ Enemies? was organized on three locations in Skopje
(Cultural centre Mala stanica, Cultural centre Tocka and Children Theatre centre) on November
25-27, 2006.
The seminar was organized by FOSIM in partnership with the Centre for cultural decontamination
and the Belgrade circle, from Belgrade, Serbia, and the NGO Kontrapunkt and Institute Euro
Balkan from Skopje, Macedonia. Intellectuals, university professors, students and NGO activists
participated in the debate. The seminar ended with lecture and promotion of the book The Jew,
the Arab: History of the Enemy by Jil Anidjar, professor at the Columbia University, USA.
Budget: 119,766 MKD
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Impor tant Events
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No.
Event
Date
Location
The accession process of the RM towards the
European Union and the perspectives offered by
European Union organized by FOSIM and NGO
Support Centers in cooperation with Secretariat
for European Affairs, 13 public events
March, April
and May 2006
Veles, Prilep, Stip,
Kicevo, Strumica,
Debar, Negotino,
Struga, Gevgelija,
Resen, Bitola,
Kratovo, Delcevo
1.
Does Macedonia have good governance
potential?, Public debate 6 June
Skopje
Sustainability strategies of 12 NGO Support
Centers, workshop
26-28 June
Veles
Transitional Justice in the Former Yugoslavia - At
the European Borders: Who are our friends and
enemies?, 6th International seminar
25-27
November
Skopje
Draft National Program for approximation of the
legislation, chapters 23 and 24, Expert debate
8 and 16
December
Skopje
Macedonia and the GRECO, Publication promotion
31 October
Skopje
Criminal justice system reforms, Expert debates
6-7 October
28 November
Ohrid, Skopje
Protection of the right to free access to
information, Launch of on-line help desk
16 October
Internet
International Right to Know Day, Celebration
28 September
Skopje, media
10.
Guide to the anti-corruption legislation, aimed for
training of civil servants, Publication promotion
18 May
Skopje
11.
Draft Law on misdemeanour and draft Law on
administrative disputes, Expert debate
31 March
Skopje
12.
Draft Law on civil associations and foundations,
Expert debate
13 February
Skopje
13.
Supporting the adoption of the Law on free access
to information, Open Letter
12 January
Media
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Financial Report
Basis of presentation
In the financial report, expenditures are presented based on the OSI
Network reporting principles.
Program expenses consist of direct program expenditures which include purchases of related fixed assets, program staff salaries (PSS)
and non-wage program administrative expenses including purchases
of related fixed assets (NWA).
General administrative expenses include expenditures and purchases
of related fixed assets which may not be directly linked to specific program activities.
98
Recipient
Purpose
Award
(in Mac. Denars;
1Euro = 61,2MKD)
EU Programs Assessment of Macedonian Good Government Potential
Transitional Justice Seminar
9.756.022
119.766
EU Programs TOTAL
9.875.788
Higher Education Programs
SKOMRAHI - Faculty of Drama Arts, Skopje, Skopje
Meeting of students from
the drama art faculties and
academies SKOMRAHI 2006
1.132.826
Students Archeological Association ªAksiosº,
Skopje
International Student
Archeology Camp
ªAmfakstidaº
219.000
HESP Student Mobility Kiril Angelov, Veles
Scholarship for the
2nd year studies at
the American college
- Anatolia in Thessaloniki,
Greece, 2005-2006
180.000
HE Other Projects University ªSv. Kiril i Metodijº
- Skopje, International Seminar on Macedonian
Language, Literature and Culture, Skopje
International Seminar on
Macedonian Language,
Literature and Culture
98.909
Romaversitas - USAID TOTAL
2.585.206
Romaversitas
Husein Eminov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma
students for the academic
2005/2006 year
48.870
Letafet Isaki, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma
students for the academic
2005/2006 year
63.531
Expences
1.596.932
Romaversitas TOTAL
1.709.333
99
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Others in HE Curricula TOTAL
2.770.828
REF - Romaversitas (See Grant list in Annex 1)
4.233.891
Pss - Higher Education
112.186
NVA Higher Education
103.847
Higher Education Programs TOTAL
13.146.028 HE Scholarships Programs
Oxford Hospitality Scheme
102.095
Cooperation with CEU-CRC
26.699
HE Scholarships Programs TOTAL
128.794
Childhood & Secondary Education
Religious Education
687.593
Education Support Pr.Bp.
111.792
Middle East Initiatives - Admin - Network Program
Foundation for Education and Culture Initiatives
ªStep by Stepº, Skopje
Study group visit to Izrael
482.977
Foundation for Education and Culture Initiatives
ªStep by Stepº, Skopje
Institutional Support for
the period July 2006-June
2008
1.954.800
Initiatives ªStep by Stepº, Skopje
Education and rearing
project ªStep by Stepº
Step by Step General Program
Step by Step General Program TOTAL
100
977.400
2.932.200
Creative Teaching and Learning - 3rd party
28.822.314
Roma Education Program
8.357.489
Recipient
Purpose
Roma Education Program - 3rd party (See Grant list in Annex 1)
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
37.439.206
Roma Education Program - Pestallozi
5.898.754
REF - Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education - 3rd (See grant lists in Annex 1)
28.720.513
Expenses
7.335.251
REF - Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education - 3rd TOTAL
36.055.764
REF-Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education - 3rd TOTAL
36.055.764
Equal Opportunities for Roma TOTAL
10.449.953
Equal Opportunities for Roma-EXT TOTAL
1.507.193
SEE Book of Change
83.754
PSS - Childhood & Secondary Education Expenses:
237.355
NWA - Childhood & Secondary Education Expenses:
113.626
Childhood & Secondary Education TOTAL
133.179.970
Youth Programs EMP-Teacher Training TOTAL
859.839
C & Y Debate Program
Youth Educational Forum, Skopje
The People Speak
120.950
Debate National Program
Youth Educational Forum, Skopje
465.600
Debate Non-Match
Youth Educational Forum, Skopje
Youth Programs TOTAL
Training on Radio Debate
and Story Coverage
(Media training)
308.471
1.754.860
101
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Information National ICT Strategy Metamorphozis, Skopje
Monitoring the implementation of the National ICT
Development Strategy
Expenses:
929.784
68.670
National ICT Strategy TOTAL
998.454
Creative Commons Metamorphozis, Skopje
Creative Common Content
292.638
Internet Law Metamorphozis, Skopje
Internet Law
438.956
ICT for Efficient Local Government Metamorphozis, Skopje
ICTs for more efficient logal government
7.803.334
1Open Access Initiatives Metamorphozis, Skopje
Internet Access Public Points
487.709
Information Policy
609.921
Civic NETworking & ICT Support
565.124
Open Source Software Metamorphozis, Skopje
102
Open Source Software
536.461
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Foundation Metamorphosis Metamorphozis, Skopje
Institutional Support
for the Metamorphosis
Foundation
1.365.560
PSS - Information
Expenses:
81.904
NWA - Information
Expenses:
15.557
Information TOTAL
13.159.619
Public Health Mental Health & Disabilities Macedonian National Museum, Skopje
Exibition: In Touch with
the Tactile Gallery at the
Louvre Museum
Expenses:
480.000
555.077
Mental Health & Disabilities TOTAL
1.035.077
Mental Health Initiatives Programs
Republic Center for Support of Persons with
Intelectual Disability PORAKA, Skopje
Supporting families in
the light of preventing
institutionalization
Expenses:
653.084
1.541.312
Mental Health Initiatives Programs TOTAL
2.194.396
Palliative Care
Macedonian Association for Fighting Cancer and
Leukemia with Children - Peperutka, Skopje
Pre-School Children
159.380
103
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Expenses:
731.839
Palliative Care TOTAL
891.219
Women©s Health NGO MASSO, Skopje
Sexual and Human Rights
of the Sex Workers in the
Republic of Macedonia
Expenses:
1.732.350
2
Women©s Health TOTAL
1.732.352
Human Capacity Development Faculty of Medicine - Skopje, Skopje
Surveying the patients©
satisfaction from the
services offered by mental
health centres in the
community
Faculty of Medicine - Skopje, Skopje
Public Health Scientific
and Research Projects
Expenses:
1.466.254
244.349
Human Capacity Development TOTAL
1.710.603
Vulnerable Groups - Roma Aspect
77.452
Harm Reduction - Conferences & Travel
25.330
IHRD-Grants (matching)
104
0
Association DOVERBA (TRUST), Skopje
Vanguard 2006:
Conference on
Substitutional Therapy for
Drug Users
Red Cross of the Republic of Macedonia, Skopje
Harm Reduction
151.489
364.640
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
HOPS - Options for Healthy Life, Skopje
City Networking in the
Republic of Macedonia for
developing dug policies
HOPS - Options for Healthy Life, Skopje
Lobbying and Advocacy
for the Rights of Drug
Users and Their Families
166.157
NGO ªDoverbaº, Skopje
Training on computer
skills and web design for
drug users
367.045
Expenses:
1.461.797
83.418
IHRD-Grants (matching) TOTAL
2.594.545
Salzburg Seminars
Faculty of Medicine - Skopje, Skopje
PH Seminar Series Operating
Medical Seminars Salzburg
370.923
28.187
PSS - Public Health
Expenses:
713.349
NWA - Public Health
Expenses:
89.649
Medical & Health TOTAL
11.463.082
Economic Reform Policy Oriented Researches & Debates
EBD Roma Programs
Postgrad. Studies in Osjek
Plastic Recycling Project in Macedonia
1.092.109
487.900
1.151
368.912
105
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Entrepreneurial Education
Association of Citizens ªEconomic Education of
Young Managersº, Skopje
Entrepreneurship training
for primary school
teachers from Skopje and
the Republic of Macedonia
and developing one year
curricula
321.000
Asociation of Citizens ªEconomic Education of
Young Managersº, Skopje
Entrepreneurship training
for primary school
teachers in Skopje and the
Republic of Macedonia
167.000
Entrepreneurial Education TOTAL
488.000
Roma Women Enterprise Support-3rd Party
176.048
Micro Financing for Women Farmers Fondacija Horizonti Skopje, Skopje
Microfinancing Women
-Farmers
Expenses:
63.780
Micro Financing for Women Farmers TOTAL
9613
Youth Entrepreneuriship Support
13309
Children Theatre Center
Children©s Theatre Center, Skopje
12.133.174
12.196.954
2.077.973
Month of the Bazaar
187.000
Living Heritage
Dusko Aleskovski, Kratovo
Association of Citizens ªExtreme Sports and
Plagijatº , Skopje
106
International Congress
- Ancient Observatories
and the Astronomic
Phenomena, 6-10 April,
Rodos, Greece
Music Festival, 30 August
2006, City Park - Skopje
48.722
122.330
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Expenses:
163.819
Living Heritage TOTAL
334.871
Living Heritage - Grants
Centre for Human Relations, Krusevo
Not to forget Krusevo
121.160
Aleksandar Pejovski, Skopje
International Competition
on Composing, Tokio,
Japan, 15-24 August 2006
63.736
Municipality Novo Selo, Novo Selo
Upgrading the space in
the zone for active local
product sale management
476.900
National Conservatoire Centre r, Skopje
Popularization and
Upgrading of Information
on the Monumental
Values of the Treskavec
Monastery
475.540
Local Self-Government of the Municipality
of Vinica, Vinica
Pedestrian Path to the
Archeological Location
ªVinica Fortressº in Vinica
487.900
MID - Macedonian Research Society - Skopje,
Skopje
Living Heritage - Grants TOTAL
23.100
1.648.336
Living Heritage Network
460.167
PSS - Economic Reform
Expenses:
304.552
NWA - Economic Reform
Expenses:
91.527
Economic Reform TOTAL
19.915.500
107
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Media
Media NGO Sector Association of Journalists of Macedonia, Skopje
Supporting the head office
of the 6 regional centres
of the Association of
Journalists
550.328
JI Freedom of Media
35.653
National Strategy for Broadcasting Development
14.000
Legal Aid to Journalists Sonja Kramarska, Skopje
Court fees for the
forensic activities in
the case related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
8.000
Hristo Ivanovski, Skopje
Forensic court fees in
the case related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
8.000
Robert Popovski, Skopje
Forensic court fees in
the case related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
8.000
Forensic court fees in
the case related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
8.000
Forensic court fees in
the case related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
8.000
Forensic court
fees related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
8.000
Liljana Velkovska-Damovska, Skopje
Diana Mladenovska, Skopje
Slagjana Dimishkova, Skopje
108
Recipient
Purpose
Biljana Krstevska, Skopje
Forensic court
fees related to the
ªInterceptionº affair
Legal Aid to Journalists TOTAL
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
8.000
56.000
IMF-Qualitative Media Monitoring
NGO Infocenter, Skopje
Media Mirror - Media
Quality Monitoring
NGO Infocenter, Skopje
Media Mirror - Media Quality Monitoring
1.973.563
953.160
Expenses:
-24
International Media Fund - Qualitative Media Monitoring TOTAL
2.926.699
National Strategy for Broadcasting Development
Media Development Center, Skopje
National Broadcasting
Development Strategy
- Researching Economic
Market Conditions for
the Development of
Broadcasters
2.328.892
Media Development Center, Skopje
National Broadcasting
Development Strategy
(second stage)
1.251.724
Expenses:
-439
National Strategy for Broadcasting Development TOTAL
3.580.177
NGO Info Center
2.455.622
TV Menada TV Menada T.R.D., Tetovo
Covering the costs for the
producation of the series
ªOn the Topicº
460.500
109
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Community Media Cerenja Radio, Stip
Production costs - Radio
Cerenja
306.000
Radio Ternipe, Prilep
Community Radio
305.799
Community Media TOTAL
611.799
Community Media Research
347.065
News Program Support-Grants Vis TV Station, Strumica, Strumica
Local News TV Vis - 2006
342.367
RTV Studio ªTVMº P.O, Ohrid
Local News TV M - 2006
525.085
Era TV Station, Skopje
Local News TV Era - 2006
623.224
Art TV Station, Tetovo
Local News TV Art -2006
454.760
Tera TV Station, Bitola
Local News TV Tera - 2006
623.563
Hana TV Station, Kumanovo
Local News TV Hana 2006
384.434
Zdravkin TV Station, Veles
Local News on TV
Zdravkin - 2006
384.327
News Program Support-Grants TOTAL
3.337.759
News Program Support-3rd party
96.017
EUMAP Media Report Follow Up
NGO Infocenter, Skopje
EU Accession Monitoring Program
2.116.625
51.975
PSS - Media Expenses:
743.576
NWA - Media Expenses:
183.879
Media TOTAL
110
Media Mirror - Media
Quality Monitoring
17.532.021
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Publishing Best Book Design Award
75.239
World Modern Human.Translation Addition to grant no.
4765 on the ªThe Bubble
of Americam Supremacy:
Correcting the Misuse
of American Powerº by
George Soros
104.338
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
addition to grant no.
4764 ªThe Battle for
God: Fundamentalism
in Judaims, Christianity
and Islamº by Karen
Armstrong
148.321
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
addition to grant 4763 ªEl
Camino del Sufiº by Idries
Shah
148.321
addition to grant 4762
ªThe Past in Question>
Modern Macedonia and
the Uncertanties of
Nationº by Keith Brown
143.679
addition to grant no. 4761
ªAfter the War Was Overº
by Mark Mazower
153.698
addition to grant no. 4444
ªThe Clash of Civilizations
and the Remaking the
World Orderº by Samuel
P. Huntington
200.269
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
111
Recipient
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
Magor DOO Skopje, Skopje
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
addition to grant no. 4447
ªOn Globalizationº by
George Soros
117.190
addition to grant no. 4448
ªThe Children of the Bird
Goddessº by Kita Sapurma
and Pandora Petrovska
103.604
addition to grant no. 1815
ªTaking Rights Seriouslyº
by Ronald Dworkin
92.854
World Modern Human.Translation
1.212.274
Info bus
79.971
Library Archiving of Islamic Manuscripts Marijana Kavcic, Skopje
Travelling costs for the
training on cataloguing
Islam manuscripts in
Kuala Lumpur
69.896
69.896
Library Archiving of Islamic Manuscripts
Publishing TOTAL
1.437.380
Public Administration
Train the Trainer LG
1.986.555
Open Municipal Budget
1.463.917
Macedonian Center for European Training
1.225.400
Supporting Think Tank Organisation
Initiative Europa, Skopje
112
Visa Regime and the
Republic of Macedonia
- Public Policy Report
975.640
Recipient
Civil Servants Training Policy
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
1.693.934
Anti-Corruption Strategies-3rd
63.924
Monitoring of Decentralisation
2.439.341
PSS - Public Administration
Expenses:
947.878
NWA - Public Administration
Expenses:
89.683
Public Administration TOTAL 10.886.273
Law
Law Enforcement Strategies
Legislation Approximation
Human Rights Support
609.691
2.458.960
17.601
Human Rights Advocacy
3.157.678
Anti-Corruption Initiatives
2.536.575
Freedom of Information (Law)
369.732
PSS - Law
Expenses:
824.292
NWA - Law
Expenses:
146.430
Law TOTAL
10.156.612
113
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Civil Society Programs DARHIA Society for Roma Language and Culture,
Skopje
Institutional Support
for the Roma Cultural
and Education Centre
ªDarhijaº - Skopje
488.700
Youth in action-EXT
951.706
Government Office for NGOs
344.681
Centers for Community Development
7.415.172
Centers for Community Development-EXT
2.412.872
Internet for NGO©s (See Grant list in Annex 1)
216.450
Community Forums
1.461.718
Peace Unlimited Festival Citizens© Association for Civil Society ªCivilº, Skopje
Festival: Unlimited Peace
Citizen for Fair and Democratic Election
488.700
1.219.780
Civic Action-EAR Grants (See List in Annex 1)
2.266.444
Civic Participation in Decade for Roma Inclusion-Grants
Centre for Roma Community ªDromº, Kumanovo
Decentralization and the
Roma Decade
200.360
Expenses:
-33.928
Civic Participation in Decade for Roma Inclusion-Grants TOTAL
166.432
Redefining Public Cultural Space
Kontrapunkt, Skopje
Coopeartion NGO-LG
NGO Fair
114
(Re)defining Public
Cultural Space
488.700
1.219.629
54.000
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
New NGO Support Centers-EMF
2.720.711
New NGO Support Centers-EAR
21.777.472
New NGO Support Centers-overhead
640.530
NGO Support Centers - EAR
4.549.567
NGO Support Centers-Grants (See List in Annex 1)
1.463.132
Europe Now
50.192
Macedonian Citizen©s Platform
407.796
Revealed Testimonies Centre for Rock Art of Macedonia, Kumanovo
Purchase of 226 letters,
48 post cards and 3
documents from the First
World War
183.506
Expenses:
147.031
Revealed Testimonies TOTAL
330.537
Youth in Action-third party
125.083
Youth in Action-Grants
3.809.690
*Akcija Zdruzenska Spin off Association of Citizens ªAkcija Zdruzenskaº Skopje,
Skopje
Institutional support for
2006
2.932.200
Rights of non-majority ethnic communities on local level AC ªCommon Valuesº , Skopje
Improving Interethnic Relation - Grant
Non-Majority Ethnic
Community Rights on
Local Level
1.537.720
70.089
115
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Center for Contemporary Art Center for Contemporary Art, Skopje
Institutional support for
the Contemporary Art
Centre
Demythologization of 2001
484.105
213.085
Common Values Spin Off AC Common Values
Institutional support
Re-socialization of ex-combatants
727.558
880.000
PSS - Civil Society
Expenses:
71.878
NWA - Civil Society
Expenses:
201.451
Civil Society Programts TOTAL
62.187.780
East-East
116
East-East / Hosting TOTAL (See Grant list in Annnex 1)
2.170.545
Eastt-East / Participation TOTAL (See Grant list in Annnex 1)
1.630.993
PSS - East-East
Expenses:
560.369
NWA - East-East
Expenses:
158.651
East-East TOTAL
4.520.558
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Open/Disretionary Open Discretionary
Expenses:
Reversed Accruals
Expenses:
0
160
Forex - USD Liabilities
Expenses:
1.641.758
Open/Disretionary
1.641.918
Administrative Expenses Salaries & Employee Benefits
Expenses:
8.154.197
Staff Training & Development
Expenses:
466.801
Other Travel Expenses
Expenses:
233.422
Part-time & Interns
Expenses:
270.321
Hosting Foundation Personnel
Expenses:
229.687
Other Professional Fees
Expenses:
4.001
Security Fees
Expenses:
4.849
Other Office Equipment
Expenses:
1.236.713
Office Supplies
Expenses:
1.072.414
117
Recipient
Other Office Services
Expenses:
Telephone/Fax
Expenses:
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
76.176
1.356.266
Postage
Expenses:
107.439
Annual Reports
Expenses:
184.152
Utilities-Other
Expenses:
936.844
Bank Charges
Expenses:
290.684
Advertising
Expenses:
155.792
Auto expenses
Expenses:
229.172
Miscellaneous
Expenses:
880.713
Foreign Exchange Gain (Loss)
Expenses:
388.430
Insurance
Expenses:
Purchase of Computer Equipment
Expenses:
Purcahase of New Systems
Expenses:
Other Salaries & Benefits
Expenses:
118
Purpose
35.009
832.600
422.211
1.144.861
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
Furniture
Expenses:
367.464
Airfare
Expenses:
300.647
Ground transportation
Expenses:
45.264
Travel Meals & Entertainment
Expenses:
119.047
Hotel
Expenses:
431.303
Non-Travel Meals & Entertainment
Expenses:
700
Attorney©s Fees
Expenses:
385.753
Software
Expenses:
110.802
Translation Services
Expenses:
101.326
Broshures
Expenses:
117.732
Miscellaneous Publications
Expenses:
36.213
Rent-Other
Expenses:
498.774
Magazines & Other Subscription
Expenses:
139.660
Book Purchase
Expenses:
9.584
119
Recipient
Purpose
Maintanance of Equipment
Expenses:
385.124
2006 Jamboree (Network)
Expenses:
67.431
Regional Finance Directors Budapest
Expenses:
25.764
2006 Jamboree (Core)
Expenses:
64.342
Internet-Sonet
Expenses:
827.431
OSI BOARD MEETING
Expenses:
0
Administrative Expenses
Total ExpenseS
120
Award (in Mac.
Denars)
22.747.115
333.769.296
121
Annexes
122
Annex 1 - Grants List
Recipient
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Purpose
Higher Education Programs
Others in HE Curricula
Hasan Jasari, Tetovo
Preparation of chrestomathies
as part of the edition
ªTheories on the Othernessº
364.455
Sonja Stojmenska-Elzaser, Skopje
Preparation of chrestomathies
as part of the edition
ªTheories on the Othernessº
106.305
Ivica Dzeparovski, Skopje
Preparation of chrestomathies
as part tof the edition
ªTheories on the Othernessº
364.455
Ljupco Risteski, Skopje
Preparation of chrestomathies
as part of the edition
ªTheories on the Othernessº
364.455
Euro Balkan Press, Skopje
Publishing the edition of 5
(five) chrestomathies
183.200
Publishing Society ªMenora Rº, Skopje
Pulishing four chrestomaties
ªThe Theory of the Othernessº
648.000
Macedonian Academy of
Sciencies and Arts, Skopje
travelling costs for the
theoretician from Netherlands
-Mike Bal
34.903
2.065.773
Expenses:
705.055
Others in HE Curricula TOTAL
2.770.828
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
77.387
REF-Romaversitas
Ernes Ibraimoski, Tetovo
123
124
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Senad Sakipovski, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.394
Ferisan Zekirov, Berovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.511
Anka Usainova , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.515
Almira Selmani, Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.394
Nazife Dubovic, Valandovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.069
Riana Ramiz , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
51.591
Sabina Mustafa, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
51.594
Bajram Ali, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.273
Ekrem Jashar, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.273
Hava Demiri, Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.273
Ajse Alieva, Veles
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
36.845
Ajet Osmanovski, Berovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.273
Eneida Alimanova , Berovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.469
Orhan Usein, Ohrid
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.144
Anifa Abdulovska, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.469
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Srgan Rasiti, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.469
Aida Selman, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.322
Erdzan Ismailovski, Prilep
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.319
Denis Huna, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.319
Mersiha Asan, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.319
Denis Emin, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.308
Elvira Demirovska, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.519
Adrijana Kundevska, Berovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
36.740
Emran Kurtisova, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.273
Sami Sejfula, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
41.319
Sefkete Hamzai, Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
19.869
Lemka Ramadanova, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
67.394
Fatma Bajram, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Alen Ibraimovski , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Songul Saban, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
125
126
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Bedrije Sejfula, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Ljejla Fidani , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.511
Suzana Sabanovska, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Mevlude Selmani, Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.515
Asan Hasan , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Cveta Usein, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Bajram Bajramovski , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.515
Nesrine Elmazi, Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.515
Miranda Ramova, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Kevser Jasari , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Redzep Ali Cupi, Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
62.515
Gulten Ismail, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
19.869
Ekrem Iljaz, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Elma Jonuz, Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
38.471
Ervin Asanovski, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2005/2006
32.287
REF Romaversitas TOTAL
2.221.536
Grants List
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Childhood & Secondary Education
Roma Education Program-3rd party
Erdzan Memedov, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Lolita Hasani, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Miza Ismail , Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Ermin Sadulov, Makedonska Kamenica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Eliza Osmanova , Vinica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emran Mustafov , Kratovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Akif Kariman , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mustafa Alimanovski , Berovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Almina Demiri , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
127
128
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Miki Mitevski, Probistip
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Redzep Jasari , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Fetija Demirovska, Berovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sazije Tonci , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Erhan Fejzov, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sibela Saliova , Vinica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dehran Ramovski , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mejrema Demirovska, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Adnan Demirovski , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Fatmir Bajramovski , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Suada Zenulova , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Levent Dibranov , Vinica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Merlin Jakupova , Kratovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Nusret Musa , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dine Isaku, Debar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Atidze Memedova, Strumica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Imer Ameti , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Alisa Ameri, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2006/2007
28.968
Tefik Mahmud, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2006/2007
28.968
Selma Idrizi , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma students
for the academic 2006/2007
28.968
Aida Idrizi , Tetovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sibela Mustafovska , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
129
130
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Naza Rusidova , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Enoh Sait, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sarita Ameti , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Nursena Kadrieva, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Bedrije Fejzulova, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Armen Bahtijar, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Amet Usinov, Negotino
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Roberto Osmani, Debar
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Irfan Nezir, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Severdzan Bajramov , Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Ramis Demiroski , Kavadarci
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Fekrija Selim , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emran Zulfi, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Asije Umeri , Tetovo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Senada Ali, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Usein Bajram , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dzejlan Selmani , Gostivar
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sejnjur Sainovski , Kumanovo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Neime Ismaili, Gostivar
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Gjulferina Muharemovic, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Jurhan Asanov , Kocani
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Elez Elezovski, Kumanovo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
131
132
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sabrina Ajvazi , Gostivar
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Ljelja Bajrami, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Suada Alioska , Kicevo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Ajet Durev , Kavadarci
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Jasmin Sabanova, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Elvis Kurtisi , Debar
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mustafa Elmazi , Tetovo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dzengis Selmani , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Enis Feta, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Berhanmen Petrov , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Beaska Dzabiroska , Kicevo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Kadna Alizotova , Veles
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Denis Dimovski , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Renata Adem, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emran Ismail, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Siva Sali , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Meriban Zekir , Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Suada Selimovic, Skopje
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Deniz Selmani , Gostivar
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Marija Petrusova , Probistip
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Amela Alizotova , Veles
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emran Husein, Stip
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
133
134
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Tundzaj Agusev, Strumica
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Armin Hasani , Tetovo
Scolarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Halil Raifi , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emir Sadulov, Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Suat Azizov , Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Aldijana Sabedinovska, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sabrina Tasevska , Probistip
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Nursen Ibraimova, Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Afrodita Alieva, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Aldijana Ramadanova , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Bajramsa Sejfula, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Senad Sulai, Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Avdus Alija , Kavadarci
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Elvira Mustafova , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Elza Kamberi, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sali Kasumi , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Nurdzana Fejzulofska , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Senat Becirov, Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Ajlin Memedov, Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mirsad Jusufi , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Selma Ademovska, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Eniz Kalguri , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
135
136
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Vezire Kasumi, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Hateme Emin, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Adrihan Memedov, Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emir Adilovski , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emran Osmanovski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Selvija Saban, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mersina Demir , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mevljuda Dalipova , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dejan Hasanov , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Senad Mustafoski , Kicevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Drita Abduli , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ajdovan Tairov, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Daniel Sakip, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dejan Mustafa , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Dzengiz Usein , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Demir Sabanovski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Antonio Sakirov , Kavadarci
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Senad Jasari, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Vasvie Ramadan, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Mersina Kurtisi , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Belvin Ameti , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Zija Rusenov , Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
137
138
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dzanin Durovska , Pehcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
27.933
Nenad Stoilkovski , Kriva Palanka
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Emran Isljami, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.968
Sarita Bajram , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Nazlije Zekir , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Denis Ramic, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Hajrija Bislim , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Deniz Abdula, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Elsina Aliovska , Pehcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Devrim Hajdari , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Rejmond Ramadan , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dzesika Bezitovska , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Rebeka Huseinovska , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Dzulistana Memeti, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Tudanije Rizotova , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Mirem Rusitoska , Prilep
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Aslan Osmani, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emil Rasitovic, Resen
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Sakibe Kurtesi , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Serdza Mustafova, Strumica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Amet Jasar , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Dzelana Mamudoska , Prilep
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
139
140
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Erdzan Emini, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Rabije Mamuti , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Elvir Redzepov , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Dzengis Hadzi Hamidov, Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Almir Ametovski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Samson Serbez , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Hristijan Mladenovic, Kavadarci
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Remzija Nikolic, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Redzep Emin, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Erdzan Durak, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emran Amed , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ali Ramadan, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Kemalj Isen, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Albin Ibraim, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ferdi Abaz , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emran Aliovski , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Miljaim Ramadan, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Jasmina Bekir, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Gjuldzan Redzeposka, Prilep
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Kjerim Memedov , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Sandzaj Ljatifovski , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Abaz Ilijaz, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
141
142
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sejdzan Redzepov , Pehcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Altn Idriz, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Mersida Muharem , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Harijeta Osmanoska , Prilep
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Eldina Ahmedova , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Elvis Kovacov , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Nadira Sahiti, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Asije Sabanovska , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Sarita Bedzet, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
29.009
Benjamin Pini, Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ersan Saliev, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ernad Nesim, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Loris Hajdar , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Sabri Mustafovski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Nazim Ridarov , Vinica
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Jalcn Nedzipov , Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Adije Malik, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Soner Bajram, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ljutvije Memed, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Mirsad Malic, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Muamed Emini, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ersan Osmanoski , Prilep
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
143
144
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dzemail Saitov, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Selvinaz Sakip , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ernat Ali , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ajdin Nedzipovski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ramiz Raca, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Mefailj Ajdar , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Selim Alitov , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emran Ramadanov, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Anidza Kurtesi, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Senada Destan , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ipek Bajramova, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ferdi Selmani , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Idris Zejnelov , Stip
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Elpida Osmani, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Denis Redzeposki , Prilep
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ersan Kjail, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Isniija Fetahi , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Abdula Ajdari , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Saip Selmani , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Rudina Cako, Debar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Denis Hajdari , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Nermina Aliovska , Delcevo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
145
146
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sabrije Kurtisi, Debar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ibadet Usein , Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Mirsada Hazir, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ljelja Bajram, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Almer Merkoski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Usein Edip, Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emran Asanovski, Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emin Asanovski , Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Emran Amedovski, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ezgjan Edipov , Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Senjur Sakirovski, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Erdzan Zuberov , Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Daniel Ibrahimovik, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Ajnisa Demirovska , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Redzaim Useinov , Veles
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Erhan Muaremov , Kocani
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Albert Rusiti, Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Senada Demirovska , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
29.135
Rufat Demirovski , Kumanovo
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Sabri Hasanoski , Kavadarci
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Senat Macev , Kavadarci
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Adlan Esad, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
147
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sultan Sejdi, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Dzeljadin Zekirovski, Skopje
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Senat Osmanovski, Bitola
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Resul Hajdari , Gostivar
Scholarship for Roma high
school students for the
academic 2006/2007
28.984
Roma Education Program -3rd party
6.750.378
REF-Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education - 3rd
148
Jusrev Liman, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.914
Rajme Idrizova, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Fahrin Memedov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Orhan Asanov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ersan Jusinov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Erol Edipov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Erdal Kurtisev, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sabredin Mustafov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
David Mamudov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Daud Mamudov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ismet Ridarov, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Adela Demirova, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Moamet Jasarov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Neziha Salievska, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.387
Sibeldzan Memedalieva, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Atidze Jasarova, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senem Jasarova, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
149
150
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nedzati Serif, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Demirali Serif, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Ervina Sakirova, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Robert Iljazov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Serkan Demirov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Emrah Jasarev , Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Hamdi Rama, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Urmeta Arifovska, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Merima Destanova, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Redzep Redzepovski, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Mersiha Cindarovska, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ugur Destanovski, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Seherazada Cindarova, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Mersiha Bekirova, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ajsa Destanovska, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Elmer Destanovski, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Zagremina Kanturska, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Zumbula Lamovska, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Sora Demirova, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ramela Redzepovska, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Denis Kadriov, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Sali Isa, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
151
152
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Fatmir Demirov, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Senat Veliov, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Besim Rustemov, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Jakup Omerov, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Sevgi Dzelale, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ekrem Rustemovski, Resen
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Amit Dzelovski, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Isus Jasarov, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Emrak Durak, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Enis Aliev, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Denis Ibraimov, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Selma Alieva, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Afrodita Velioska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dzulihan Sabanova, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Almin Isaki, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Almir Elmazi, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ramazan Bajrami, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Fatos Usainova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sanela Zekir Abdulova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.490
Samir Abduli, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sermina Saliova, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Zejnep Demirova, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
153
154
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ezgjan Ibraimov, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Naser Memedov, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Jusuf Jasarov, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Serdal Ibraimov, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Zumbule Akiova, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Redzije Mutevska, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Usein Asanov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Emran Asanov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Emran Arifov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Monika Mustafovska, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Senad Ahmedovski, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Kefaet Amedova, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Emanuel Ameti, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Senada Durmisovska, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Semra Jasarova, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Dzesika Useinova, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Elvir Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.461
Erhimana Sali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Hulija Ahmedovska, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Suada Fazli, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.492
Sensku Ismailoska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Hirmis Ameti, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
19.672
155
156
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nedzibe Dzeladin, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Sali Adil, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Kamlijan Mustafa, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Danijel Demirovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Hajdarovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Emran Dzavid, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Bedrija Zekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Nazlije Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Erdzan Fejzo, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Safet Nedzip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Sunita Bekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sadija Jusufova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.486
Seara Selim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Mindera Mamutova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Senad Veli, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Kjenan Osman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Bertan Redzepi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Hasan Etemov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Tadzedin Demiri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Mujdin Limani, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senad Abdiji, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Rabije Hajdari, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
157
158
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nuraj Etemi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Ramazan Bekiri, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Husein Etemov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Mejdin Elmazi, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Dzejljan Dzemalji, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Ersan Bahtijar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Halil Halili, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Ibrahim Sasiri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Alije Sakiri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Amza Etemi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Arzije Saipi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Viljdan Ademi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Zekir Mustafi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.446
Bajram Bajrami, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Muzafer Faslii, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Senat Bilali, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Sain Sali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Serije Ismaili, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Ramadani, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Samson Usein, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Denis Demiri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Dejan Osman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
159
160
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ajnur Kaguri, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Dzengis Saliu, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Dzengis Amza, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Safet Ajvaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.893
Laura Sali, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Armondo Ismail, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Kjeman Mehmedovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Haris Kalburi, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dritan Pupi, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Abdula Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Sabina Pini, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.373
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ersan Muratov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Almira Redzepi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sami Sinan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Sead Memedov, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Salije Ajdari, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Denis Elezov, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emir Demiri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nuran Sadiki, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Filiz Bajrami, Gostiar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Mustafa Musai, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Emran Abas, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
161
162
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Aleks Hasani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Semra Idrizi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emrah Elezov, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Mirsada Cupi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Imer Rakip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Razije Cupi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ajdogan Muharem, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Orhan Dzelajdin, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Elmedina Umeri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sadrije Uko, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sabrina Arifovic, Sveti Nikole
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Emran Selimov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Arif Demiri, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Emran Camili, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Muhamed Demirov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ajca Fetiova, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Emran Dzeladin, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Suad Skenderi, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Tasim Juseinov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Erxan Hasani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.486
Samet Limani, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Oktaj Amedov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
163
164
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sevgjul Kasumi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Farie Alimanova, Vasilevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Zumrija Isinova, Vasilevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Kahriman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Erhin Mustafov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Bajram Mustafov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Serdzana Tahiri, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Jasmin Mustafovski, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Hadiz Rustemi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Largime Olomani, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Semran Daut, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Neat Kurtis, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.481
Metin Asanov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Erhan Usein, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Nurijan Abaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
David Ali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Muhamed Ramadani, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Binas Edip, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ersan Demirov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Barie Saliu, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Orhan Osmanov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Memed Mehmedi, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
165
166
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ramize Osmanova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Adnan Jasari, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Enis Selmani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Serdzana Nazifova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Nazmi Salievic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Jair Jasari, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ervin Kadriev, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Emrika Zekirova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Surac Asanov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Aldijan Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Zura Osmanovska, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Mirsad Ali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Ali Etemovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ferdzan Ibraimov, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Erdzan Bajrami, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Izet Ajdarov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.486
Amet Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ali Krasnic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nezmie Alimanova, Vasilevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sinan Serifov, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.437
Burhan Isinov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
167
168
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Enis Memedov, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Ali Limanov, Radovis
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Abib Kjerimovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Emran Sabanovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Asan Ibisev, Radovis
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Dzanet Sulimanova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.437
Alit Saliov, Radovis
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Ozgan Bajramov, Radovis
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Jalcin Saliov, Radovis
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ferdzan Memedov, Radovis
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Afredin Bekirovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.446
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Senada Naumovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Emran Selimovic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Nenad Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Nevzat Memedovski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Gjulhana Arifovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Robert Memedoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.914
Anmsa Rahim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Dehran Usein, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Kadri Uzeiroski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Ibraim Demirovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.922
Ersan Redzep, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.461
169
170
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Telgjuza Selim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Ramadan Mamudoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ali Alievski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.922
Ajhan Rusidoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Enis Iseni, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Ilfan Abduloski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Osman Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Eduardo Huskanovic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Adem Amzoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.449
Denis Ibraim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Kjamil Mamudoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nazmije Dalimova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Saban Bekirovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Kirsan Mamudoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Jasar Jasarov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Fatima Jasaroska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senaija Hasanoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Albert Dalipi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Serpil Redzeposka, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.918
Ceburan Aliev, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ajrija Rizoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Sebastijan Mamutov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
171
172
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ediska Ajroska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Erdzan Nuredin Dalip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Gjuldzan Alieska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Dzengis Hasanoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.914
Sejnur Ramadanov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Salioski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Dzuzida Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Erol Asanoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Erdzan Seljadin Dalip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Gjuljsuma Ajvazoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Sanija Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dzeljana Alievska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Salija Bislim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ilfet Kalesi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ibraim Memedoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Nuri Kadrievski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Ramadan Mamutov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dzeljan Mamudoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Bajram Ramadan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Robert Sulejmanoski, Struga
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Gjulbin Bajrami, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Nebija Etem, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
173
174
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Demir Kurto, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Kadri Ziberi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ramiz Asan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Kujtim Ibraim, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Blerim Izetoski, Struga
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Bajram Sabri, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Semsudin Kurtesi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Ajdarov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
Elvis Ali, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Sami Fejzulov, Demir Kapija
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ana Marija Demirovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.394
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Erdzuman Hasan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.486
Farija Redzepovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Sakir Sakirovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Resmija Jasarovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Ergjun Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Enis Sait, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Merima Abdulovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.457
Dzeljana Demiri, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ivica Andonovski, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Lidija Krstevska, Sveti Nikole
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Boris Nikolov, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
175
176
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Igorco Krstevski, Probistip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Semrana Asanovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Ramiz Ramadanovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Azire Amkova, Kavadarci
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sakip Sakipovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Andrijana Demiroska, Kavadarci
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Imran Mucevska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Serdzana Ridarova, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Memed Kalajdziev, Kavadarci
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Enis Mustafa, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Alma Arifoska, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Rahela Mustafovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Sabrina Idrizoska, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emin Jasari, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Vedat Dzabiroski, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Samir Mustafi, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Elvis Selimov, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Elvira Sabani, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.906
Elhida Mamudoska, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Remzi Sulimanovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Sendzabil Ramadanov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Serdzat Idic, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
177
178
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Bajram Rustemi, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Seven Jakupov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Memet Alievski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Raman Abedinov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Arvint Ibraimov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Gjunes Mecanovci, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Mudzait Dzeladinov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Robert Kamberi, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Seven Ibisov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Ramadan Osmanovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Emrah Edipov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Adnan Demirov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.461
Ridvan Rustemi, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.488
Cidem Rusenova, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Sait Memedov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ervin Kjazimovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Usain Mustafov, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Marsel Jasarovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Seven Edipov, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Silvester Georgiev, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Denis Sabedinovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Monika Jakupova, Kratovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
179
180
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Alen Elezovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.476
Eleonora Mustafovska, Kratovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Ajredin Sabedinov, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Sefran Iseni, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sunita Mustafova, Kratovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Meco Mamutovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sejhan Rusitoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Bajramsa Zahiri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Ajrija Redzep, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Dzeljan Demirova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Ismail Rasim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Elma Fetaovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sulihana Ismail, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.486
Elvis Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Gjulten Hasan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Amina Zekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Nurija Belulovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Gjulten Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Jasmina Ismail, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Mansura Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Erol Asan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.914
Simonsen Serbez, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.885
181
182
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Suada Rusidova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Mendiks Bekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Bedrisa Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Emran Aziri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Dzemail Memisi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Ramiza Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Melisa Memis, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Kemail Hasan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Klaudija Dalipova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Adzer Ramadan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Arzija Ibraimova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.454
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Demir Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.486
Fevzija Amet, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Senada Demiri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Sead Dalipi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Sonita Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Ajse Jasari, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Alfrida Redzep, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Izabela Dzemaili, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ganimet Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Almir Hajrovic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Santlijan Sabanova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
183
184
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nazmije Mustafa, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Hatidza Rustem, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Amela Kurtis, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emran Sabani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
19.696
Resmija Asanovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Naser Ramo, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Melinda Rasid, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ekrem Zekirov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Nedzatin Asan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nedzip Sulejmanovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Senada Ajrizova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Alen Jusuf, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Demir Demirovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Amanda Dzafer, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Juksela Garip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Abdulmedzit Hajdari, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sibela Hasan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Manuel Asan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sevket Aziri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Jeldza Bajrami, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Alisa Damin, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Merima Sali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
185
186
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Semina Rasid, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Rabbije Serbez, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Asija Kjahil, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sultana Feradovic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Gjulfidan Aliti, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Adrian Aziri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ajnur Osmanovski, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Fetai Demov, Kratovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.452
Senad Usein, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Gjuldzana Becir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Gjulten Saban, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dejvid Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Mirsada Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Zeljo Destanovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Rasid Feradovic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Albin Ibraim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Afrodita Fazlievska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Sabina Dzeladin, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Perjan Bajram, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Enver Enver, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Gjula Malik, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Memed Mehmedov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
187
188
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Amela Selmani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Emran Mehmedi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Salija Becir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Asip Ibraim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Dzengis Kahriman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Ramiza Amza, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Dzemile Iljaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Ramiza Etem, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Almira Asani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Mersina Aziri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Resmije Durmis, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Birsen Hasani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Radie Dalimovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Isnie Kadrievska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Ahmet Damin, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Fatima Kasumi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Jasmina Sain, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Delon Sokol, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Nusret Redzepi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.459
Juksela Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Dzemo Sakirov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
19.692
Turhan Sakir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
189
190
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nazlija Serifovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Emina Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Ferida Jasari, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
Nedzmije Memed, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Bahar Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Rebeka Hasan, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Dzisana Avdiovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.456
Edrogan Kurtesi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Sunita Demirova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Gjulizar Demirova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Balkza Memedova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ferit Sali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Dzejljana Murtezani, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Nurija Demir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Silvana Selim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Almira Huseinova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Burhan Morina, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Resmije Fevzi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Adrijan Nezir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.480
Dzeljan Ajdarova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sakine Beciri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Meral Amedova, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
191
192
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Kjibarija Abaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Sanija Jasarova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Erdzan Emurlai, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.885
Amet Sali-Debus, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Adrijana Ramadanovic, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Nenad Dautovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Danko Dalipovic, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Matilda Zafirovic, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senat Durmisovski, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Dzenifer Amet, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Igor Dimov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.482
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Mehire Jasari, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nehrun Jasari, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Raman Ameti, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.366
Muarem Abdi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Orhan Husein, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ifakat Mehmedovski, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Kemailj Idriz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Merima Durmis, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Ali Bislimov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Orhan Selimi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nafija Ramadanova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.455
193
194
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Imirzat Selim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Esma Demirovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Serif Memedi, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Nazmije Avdiovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Senada Bislim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Erdzan Kadri, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Farija Amet, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ibraim Ismaili, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Nazmie Bekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Fatma Kahriman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Febijan Maksuti, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Jesil Riza, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Benis Becir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Emran Saitov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Feta Jasar, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Orhan Saitov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Zekir Zekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Emran Nezirovski,
Makedonska Kamenica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Suada Iljaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Elvira Husein, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Emil Huna, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Seara Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
195
196
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Silhan Saitov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Kadri Zekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Salija Ljatif, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Amanda Zekir, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senat Pini, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dijana Sulejman, Struga
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Izaura Isaku, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senol Ismailovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Tudanija Ibraimova, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Leonardo Amedovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Dzengis Saliov, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
19.693
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Emran Zejadini, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Elvis Saciri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Senti Saliova, Vinica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Nebije Jusufi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Semie Pasoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senad Ibraimoski, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sarita Ahmedova, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Selma Sulimanova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Emrah Ramadanov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Gjuldzan Alieva, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Sabina Ramadanova, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
197
198
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dzevair Serifova, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Melanija Ristova, Strumica
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.369
Ksenija Askova, Negotino
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Muslim Amedov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Tarihana Sinanova, Kavadarci
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dzeilan Demirova, Kavadarci
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Serdaj Sakirov, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Ramis Sabri, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Senses Serifov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dzulistan Amedoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Amela Ramovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sadzide Demiri, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Armond Rape, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Engin Abdul Lahov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sakine Dzeladinovska, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Elvidan Demirova, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Dzejljan Emurlai, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.468
Sabina Durmisovska, Veles
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.446
Turcan Limani, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sanela Edipova, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ramiz Zengo, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
9.910
Safa Redzepovska, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
199
200
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Esma Destanova, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nadire Redzepi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Mirsada Sabani, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.369
Burhan Bajrami, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Dzeljan Amedoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Alen Kadrievski, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Ramadan Maksuti, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Dehran Muratov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Sae Alitovska, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Ana Mustafova, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Gjulseven Sejfula, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Fahri Sali, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.479
Senol Rustem, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sukri Iljaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sebastian Sakip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Rusid Mahmud, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Senjur Dzeladini, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sain Ameti, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Robbin Dalip, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.487
Demir Musa, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sebijan Fejzula, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Almir Ismaili, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
201
202
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Elvis Redzepov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Erdovan Jasarov, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Samir Sulejman, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.482
Adrian Amet, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Aritnas Selim, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Anita Amza, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Elvira Iljaz, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Ersan Imer, Skopje
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.483
Ervin Salimovski, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Albert Memeti, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Ersej Demirovski, Berovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Erhan Nesim, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Dehran Asanovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Sebihana Likmanoska, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Ipek Usainova, Delcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Senada Isa, Bitola
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Salije Etemi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Sanela Sabri Abdulova, Pehcevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Anife Sabedinovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Nesrin Kurtisi, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Deniz Ismaili, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Tudanije Jasarova, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
203
204
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Muharem Amkov, Kavadarci
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.488
Salije Ismaili, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Irfan Malik, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Merdzan Jakupov, Kratovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Amide Sakiri, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Mirela Rahmanovic, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Becir Baftijari, Tetovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Suretka Abduloska, Kicevo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Elvis Fazlioski, Ohrid
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Dzait Mehmedi, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
19.692
Ibraim Memedov, Stip
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Fatima Ramadanovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Suada Emini, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Vejso Abduli, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.451
Isna Tonci, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Aljus Bilalov, Kocani
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Senad Karcevki, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.450
Nurija Dervisoski, Prilep
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.474
Bajram Demiri, Gostivar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Aslijana Elezovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.475
Adzibajram Abdiu, Debar
Scholarships for Roma high
school students for the school
2005/2006 year
29.478
Sawa Milosevska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
205
206
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dragica Ackovska, Skopje
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
Jasmin Trajkovski, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.476
Elizabeta Spasovska, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
Dalibor Mitevski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.474
Stefan Maksimovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
Dejan Petrovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.480
Ema Nikolovska, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.479
Marija Milosevska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.474
Kristina Pesevska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
Dalibor Gjurovski, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.451
Denis Bojarov, Radovis
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.474
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ana Velioska, Prilep
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.474
Martina Asanovska, Kumanovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.455
Adrijan Fidanovski, Kriva Palanka
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.478
Tanja Krstevska, Sv.Nikole
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.474
Dragan Mitkovski, Skopje
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
Bale Durmisovski, Probistip
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.474
Toni Bicak, Struga
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.475
Jasmin Karanfilovski, Kumanovo
Scholarship 2005/2006
29.479
Fatima Osmanovska, Kumanovo
Scholarship 2005/2006
29.474
Senad Z. Sakipovski, Kumanovo
Scholarships 2005/2006
29.483
Ermira Kamberi, Tetovo
Scholarships for the Roma
high school students for the
school 2005/2006 year
29.446
207
Recipient
Purpose
Senada Naumovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
Ersan Demirov, Veles
208
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
29.365
29.365
Monika Mustafovska, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Metin Asanov, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Binas Edip, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Kjibarija Abaz, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Erdzan Seljadin Dalip, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Sejnur Ramadanov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Hulija Ahmedovska, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Almira Redzepi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Fahrin Memedov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Memed Mehmedi, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ferdzan Memedov, Radovis
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Adnan Jasari, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Suad Skenderi, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Abib Kjerimovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sakine Beciri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Fetai Demov, Kratovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Sebastijan Mamutov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ramize Osmanova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Eleonora Mustafovska, Kratovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ali Etemovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Moamet Jasarov, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Danko Dalipovic, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Jair Jasari, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Arif Demiri, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Sead Memedov, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.393
Semrana Asanovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Fatos Usainova, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Alije Sakiri, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Melisa Memis, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
209
210
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Senad Usein, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Largime Olomani, Debar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Afredin Bekirovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Sunita Becir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Ali Krasnic, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ceburan Aliev, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Semra Idrizi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Sadrije Uko, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Surac Asanov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ajredin Sabedinov, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Jasmin Mustafovski, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ajnur Osmanovski, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Azire Amkova, Kavadarci
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ilfet Kalesi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Nevzat Memedovski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Erhin Mustafov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Ibraim Memedoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Fatima Kasumi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sead Dalipi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emran Aziri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Turhan Sakir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Zejnep Demirova, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Kefaet Amedova, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Sabrina Idrizoska, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Denis Elezov, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Alisa Damin, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Amanda Dzafer, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Barie Saliu, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Alma Arifoska, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Arzije Saipi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
211
212
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Emran Camili, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emrah Jasarev , Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Filiz Bajrami, Gostiar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.378
Dzengis Amza, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Bajram Mustafov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Adela Demirova, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Semran Daut, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Saban Bekirovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Hasan Etemov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sinan Serifov, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.368
Ismet Ridarov, Pehcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.365
Almin Isaki, Debar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Resmije Durmis, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Nenad Dautovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ramadan Osmanovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Serdzana Ridarova, Pehcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Kirsan Mamudoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Amela Kurtis, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Atidze Jasarova, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Stefan Maksimovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Orhan Osmanov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Alen Elezovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Nazmije Mustafa, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Erdzan Bajrami, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Kjenan Osman, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Emran Sabanovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Meco Mamutovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Nedzibe Dzeladin, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Dzeljana Alievska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Dzuzida Demir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
213
214
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sami Fejzulov, Demir Kapija
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ali Limanov, Radovis
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Gjuljsuma Ajvazoska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Emran Dzavid, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Bahar Sulejman, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Serdal Ibraimov, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Jusuf Jasarov, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Meral Amedova, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Monika Jakupova, Kratovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Resmija Asanovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Semina Rasid, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Santlijan Sabanova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Nuran Sadiki, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Emrah Elezov, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Sendzabil Ramadanov, Kosani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Bedrija Zekir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Nazlije Demir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Ekrem Rustemovski, Resen
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ozgan Bajramov, Radovis
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Amet Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Fatima Jasaroska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Jasar Jasarov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Vedat Dzabiroski, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Bajram Sabri, Ohrid
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Denis Sabedinovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Marsel Jasarovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Sakip Sakipovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Imran Mucevska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Sermina Saliova, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Naser Ramo, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
215
216
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Burhan Isinov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Jalcin Saliov, Radovis
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Elhida Mamudoska, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Hatidza Rustem, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Amela Selmani, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Mustafa Musai, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Osman Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Muhamed Demirov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Abdulmedzzit Hajdari, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Sevgi Dzelale, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Dzeljana Demiri, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Dzejljana Murtezani, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Erol Asanoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Rahela Mustafovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Dzanet Sulimanova, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Gjesika Useinova, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Salija Bislim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Albert Dalipi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Suada Rusidova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Merima Destanova, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Rasid Feradovic, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sensku Ismailoska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Manuel Asan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emran Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Denis Ibraim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Gjulbin Bajrami, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Kjamil Mamudoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Bajram Ramadan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Resmija Jasarovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Kujtim Ibraim, Ohrid
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
217
218
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Amet Sali-Debus, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Viljdan Ademi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Mirsada Cupi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Razije Cupi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Emanuel Ameti, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Enis Sait, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Jasmin Trajkovski, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Emina Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Naser Memedov, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ferdzan Ibraimov, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.368
Dalibor Gjurovski, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Emrah Edipov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ezgjan Ibraimov, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ramiza Etem, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Isnie Kadrievska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Senad Z. Sakipovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Urmeta Arifovska, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Mujdin Limani, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Zumbule Akiova, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Dzeljan Mamudoska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Izabela Dzemaili, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Ugur Destanovski, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Nedzmije Memed, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Adrijana Ramadanovic, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Alfrida Redzep, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Erhimana Sali, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Perjan Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Elvis Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Erdzan Fejzo, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Nenad Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
219
220
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Elizabeta Spasovska, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Senem Jasarova, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ajrija Redzep, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sanja Milosevska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Elmedina Umeri, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Febijan Maksuti, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sadzide Demiri, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Muarem Abdi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Silhan Saitov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Suada Iljaz, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Salija Ljatif, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Elvidan Demirova, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Erdzan Kadri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Orhan Husein, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Elvis Saciri, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nadire Redzepi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.377
Engin Abdul Lahov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Senad Ibraimoski, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Amela Ramovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Senat Durmisovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Tudanija Ibraimova, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Armond Rape, Debar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Turcan Limani, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Ermira Kamberi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Mirsada Sabani, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Merima Durmis, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emrah Ramadanov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Senol Ismailovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Elvira Husein, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Orhan Saitov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
221
222
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Adrijan Fidanovski, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Senat Pini, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Imirzat Selim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Kjemailj Idriz, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Ifakat Mehmedovski, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Sabina Durmisovska, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Seara Sulejman, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emran Saitov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Selma Sulimanova, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.368
Dzenifer Amet, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Leonardo Amedovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Nafija Ramadanova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Serif Memedi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Burhan Bajrami, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.378
Semie Pasoska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ramis Sabri, Ohrid
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Dzulistan Amedoska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.375
Senses Serifov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Senada Bislim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Dzeljan Amedoska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Safa Redzepovska, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sarita Ahmedova, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Nebije Jusufi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sakine Dzeladinovska, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Izaura Isaku, Debar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Orhan Selimi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sanela Edipova, Pehcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Alen Kadrievski, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Senti Saliova, Vinica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Ali Bislimov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
223
224
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nazmie Bekir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Dragan Mitkovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Ksenija Askova, Negotino
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sabina Ramadanova, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Kadri Zekir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Semra Jasarova, Veles
Alliance for Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Rebeka Hasan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Zeljo Destanovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Erol Edipov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Gjulizar Demirova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Laura Sali, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Mendiks Bekir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Raman Abedinov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Ergjun Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Alit Saliov, Radovis
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Albin Ibraim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Afrodita Velioska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Juksela Garip, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Mudzait Dzeladinov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Robert Kamberi, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Gjuldzana Becir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emir Demiri, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Ekrem Zekirov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Dragica Ackovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Alen Jusuf, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emran Hajdarovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Dejvid Demir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Erdal Kurtisev, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sevgjul Kasumi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Neat Kurtis, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
225
226
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Dzemail Memisi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Gjunes Mecanovci, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sefran Iseni, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Usain Mustafov, Pehcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sunita Mustafova, Kratovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Kadri Ziberi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sabina Dzeladin, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Gjula Malic, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Rabbije Serbez, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Merima Sali, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Samir Abduli, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
David Mamudov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Radie Dalimovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Remzi Sulimanovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Ervin Kjazimovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Bajram Rustemi, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Asija Kjahil, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Mirsada Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Serije Ismaili, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Dalibor Mitevski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sultana Feradovic, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Sibeldzan Memedalieva, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Enis Mustafa, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Memet Alievski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Salije Ajdari, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Bajramsa Zahiri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emin Jasari, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Samir Mustafi, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
Sevket Aziri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Silvester Georgiev, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.369
227
228
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nazmije Avdiovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emran Nezirovski, Makedonska
Kamenica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emil Huna, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
29.373
Emran Asanov, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Emran Arifov, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Senada Durmisovska, Veles
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sejljan Dzemalji, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Tadzedin Demiri, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Rabije Hajdari, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Amza Etemi, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Suada Fazli, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Dritan Pupi, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Haris Kalburi, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Denis Demiri, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Emran Ramadani, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Lidija Krstevska, Sveti Nikole
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Sabrina Arifovic, Sveti Nikole
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Tasim Juseinov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Boris Nikolov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Oktaj Amedov, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Ajca Fetiova, Strumica
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Nezmie Alimanova, Vasilevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Farie Alimanova, Vasilevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Zumrija Isinova, Vasilevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Emran Selimov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Dehran Usein, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Anmsa Rahim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Telgjuza Selim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ersan Redzep, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Enis Iseni, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
229
230
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Nazmije Dalimova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Sanija Jasarova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Erdzan Nuredin Dalip, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ramadan Mamutov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Nuri Kadrievski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Nebija Etem, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Semsudin Kurtesi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ramiz Asan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Danijel Demirovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Erdzuman Hasan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Osman Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Sakir Sakirovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Sali Adil, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Elvir Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Safet Nedzip, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Mindera Mamutova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Almira Asani, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ahmet Damin, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Senad Veli, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Emran Mehmedi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Birsen Hasani, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Memed Mehmedov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Seara Selim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Nusret Redzepi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Bertan Redzepi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Enver Enver, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Melinda Rasid, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ajse Jasari, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Gjulfidan Aliti, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Matilda Zafirovic, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
231
232
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Fevzija Amet, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Arzija Ibraimova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Dzemile Iljaz, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Jasmina Sain, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ferit Sali, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Nazlija Serifovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Sunita Demirova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Dzeljan Ajdarova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Resmije Fevzi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Almira Huseinova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Adrijan Nezir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Silvana Selim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Burhan Morina, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.119
Ferida Jasari, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Nurija Demir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Edrogan Kurtesi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Dzisana Avdiovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ramiza Amza, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Salija Becir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Afrodita Fazlievska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Adrian Aziri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sibela Hasan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Demir Demirovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Nedzip Sulejmanovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Senada Ajrizova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Klaudija Dalipova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Elma Fetaovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Nurija Belulovska, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Gjulten Hasan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ramiza Bajram, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
233
234
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Mansura Sulejman, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Almir Hajrovic, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sonita Demir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ismail Rasim, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Jasmina Ismail, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Amina Zekir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Senada Demiri, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Adzer Ramadan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Kemail Hasan, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Demir Demir, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Gjulten Sulejman, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Dzeqan Demirova, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Bedrisa Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sulihana Ismail, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ersan Muratov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
David Ali, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Orhan Dzelajdin, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Erhan Usein, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Armondo Ismail, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Abdula Sulejman, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Emran Dzeladin, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Erdzan Hasani, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Hadiz Rustemi, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Seman Mehmedovski, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Izet Ajdarov, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Aldijan Jasar, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Enis Selmani, Skopje
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Asan Ibisev, Radovis
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Igorco Krstevski, Probi{tip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Ilfan Abduloski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
235
236
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ajhan Rusidoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Senaija Hasanoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Adem Amzoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Gjuldzan Alieska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Emran Salioski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ramadan Mamudoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Ajrija Rizoska, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Robert Sulejmanoski, Struga
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Elvis Ali, Ohrid
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Blerim Izetoski, Struga
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Demir Kurto, Ohrid
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ana Marija Demirovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Ramiz Ramadanovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Merima Abdulovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Farija Redzepovska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Marija Milosevska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Jasmin Karanfilovski, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Kristina Pesevska, Kumanovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sejhan Rusitoski, Prilep
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ema Nikolovska, Kriva Palanka
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Seven Jakupov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Serdzat Idik, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sait Memedov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Seven Edipov, Pehcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Seven Ibisov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Arvint Ibraimov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Cidem Rusenova, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Adnan Demirov, Kocani
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Elvis Selimov, Kicevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Memed Kalajdziev, Kavadarci
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
237
238
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Andrijana Demiroska, Kavadarci
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Halil Halili, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ramazan Bekjiri, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Dzengis Saliu, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Mejdin Elmazi, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Senad Abdiji, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Ajdogan Muharem, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Sabina Pini, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ajnur Kaguri, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Serdzana Tahiri, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Samet Limani, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Muhamed Ramadani, Gostivar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Senat Bilali, Tetovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Emrika Zekirova, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sanela Zekir Abdulova, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Enis Memedov, Delcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Almir Elmazi, Debar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ramazan Bajrami, Debar
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Emrak Durak, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Denis Ibraimov, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Selma Alieva, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Amit Dzelovski, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Dzulihan Sabanova, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Sali Isa, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Fatmir Demirov, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Senat Veliov, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Jakup Omerov, Bitola
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ajsa Destanovska, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Redzep Redzepovski, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Seherazada Cindarova, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
239
Purpose
Elmer Destanovski, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Zumbula Lamovska, Pehcevo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Zagremina Kanturska, Berovo
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Daud Mamudov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Serkan Demirov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Hamdi Rama, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Nedzati Serif, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Demirali Serif, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ivica Andonovski, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.121
Robert Iljazov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Ersan Jusinov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Orhan Asanov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Rajme Idrizova, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Sabredin Mustafov, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
Neziha Salievska, Stip
Alliance on Roma Inclusion in
the Education
6.120
REF - Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education
240
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
28.720.513
Grants List
Recipient
Purpose
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
East-East East-East Participation
Anita Vojnovska,
Skopje
Regional Conference - Building
Capacities for Youth Lobbying in the
Balkan, February, 2006
8.400
Erol Sakiri,
Skopje
Regional Conference - Building
Capacities for Youth Lobbying in the
Balkan, February, 2006
13.553
Ljubica Tomik,
Skopje
Regional Conference - Building
Capacities for Youth Lobbying in the
Balkan, February, 2006
8.400
Dimitrie Manevski, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Bojana Janeva,
Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Borce Dimovski,
Veles
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Biljana Kotevska, Bitola
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
241
242
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Agija Dzejgan, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Maja Todoroska, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Aleksandra Beleska, Struga
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Oliver Petkovski, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Jana Ivanovska, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Rade Sazdovski, Veles
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Liljana Cvetanoska, Kavadarci
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Ivana Tasevska, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Nenad Markovoc, Skopje
Start Negotiating - Developing
Intercultural Dialogue among
University Students in Serbia, Kosovo
and Macedonia, 02 - 05 March,
Vrnjacka banja, Srbija and Montenegro
6.466
Zidas Daskalovski, Skopje
Conference: Analizing and Debating
the Future of EU Enlargement, 10-12
March, Prague, Czech Republic
15.518
Dragica Karsova, Stip
Conference: ROAD/ Rural Opportunities
and Approches for Development, 23-26
March, Timisoara, Romania
45.383
Laura Bekiri, Skopje
Seminar: Domestic Election
Observation and Follow-up to Election
Raport, 24-27 March, Tirana, Albania
20.216
Zoran Ilieski, Prilep
Seminar: Domestic Election
Observation and Follow-up to Election
Raport, 24-27 March, Tirana, Albania
20.945
Silvana Mojsovska, Skopje
Regional conference: Catching up
with European Economics: Regional
Development and SMEs, 06-07 April,
Tirana, Albania
29.609
Zamir Dika, Debar
National High Education Credit
System: Experiences and Challenges
at Institutional and National Level, 4-6
May, Erevan, Armenia
47.970
Jasna Bacovska, 1000 Skopje
The Western Balkans - Regional
Responses to Visa Liberalization, 18-19
May, Belgrade, Srbia and Montenegro
11.242
243
244
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Lidija Angelkova, Bitola
Regional meeting: Learning to Define
Public Housting Policies, 04-05 May,
Tirana, Albania
22.286
Snezana Krstevska, Kumanovo
Butterfly Children: Grassroots
Organization for the Treatment of
Children with Rare Disease, 05-06 May,
Zagreb, Croatia
15.413
Ivana Krstevska, Kumanovo
Butterfly Children: Grassroots
Organization for the Treatment of
Children with Rare Disease, 05-06 May,
Zagreb, Croatia
15.413
Ljubica Tomik, Skopje
Young Women Lawyers for Change, 1015 May, Gdansk, Poland
34.742
Kosta Cvetkovic, Skopje
Butterfly Children: Grassroots
Organization for the Treatment of
Children with Rare Disease, 05-06 May,
Zagreb, Croatia
15.413
Dzuli Volosin, Skopje
Regional Roundtable - West Balkans:
Regional Response to the Visa
Liberalisation Issue, 18-19. 05 May,
Belgrade, Srbia and Miontenegro
9.828
Kirjako Kureta, Skopje
The Western Balkans Ц Regional
Responses to Visa Liberalization, 18-19
May, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
11.058
Erol Sakiri, Skopje
traning: Building capacities for Balkan
Youth Lobbing, 07-11 June, Tirana,
Albania
14.725
Vinka Radevska, Skopje
traning: Building capacities for Balkan
Youth Lobbing, 07-11 June, Tirana,
Albania
8.327
Zarko Cvetkovski, Skopje
Training: Building Capacity for Balkan
Youth Lobbing 07-11 June, Tirana,
Albania
8.327
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Zidas Daskalovski, Skopje
Participation: Kick-off meeting Sharing
experience of NGOs and journalists
as importent stakeholders in the EU
accession process, 17-18 June, Prague,
Czech Republic
22.577
Marjan Bonev, Veles
Regional seminar: Policy Refom in
Local Development: Local Development
Agents, 13-16 July, Timisoara, Roamnia
38.868
Izedin Muradi, Tetovo
Training: Public Achievement Groups
Unite: Promoting Local Civic Education
Avtivism, 13-20 JULY, Nowy Sacz,
Poland
32.744
Slavica Kirovska, Tetovo
Training: Public Achievement Groups
Unite: Promoting Local Civic Education
Avtivism, 13-20 JULY, Nowy Sacz,
Poland
35.056
Dzhelal Alili, Tetovo
Training: Public Achievement Groups
Unite: Promoting Local Civic Education
Avtivism, 13-20 JULY, Nowy Sacz,
Poland
35.056
Violeta Petroska, Tetovo
Training: Public Achievement Groups
Unite: Promoting Local Civic Education
Avtivism, 13-20 JULY, Nowy Sacz,
Poland
35.056
Baskim Uzairi, Sipkovica
Training: Public Achievement Groups
Unite: Promoting Local Civic Education
Avtivism, 13-20 JULY, Nowy Sacz,
Poland
35.056
Jovan Mazganski, Skopje
Civil Participation in the
Implementation of EU Nature
Conservation Directives, 23-28 August,
Kiten, Bugaria
10.271
Alma Elezi, Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
245
246
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Amela Ramovska, Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
Dehran Asanovski, Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
Elez Elezovski, Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
Senad Karcevki, Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
Tehamana Skenderovska,
Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
Riza Elezovski , Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
3.598
Irfan Martez, Kumanovo
Seminar: Choose Your Future - Civic
Participation for Roma and Non-Roma
Youths, 17-24 August, Nis, Serbia
31.636
Biljana Bejkova, Skopje
Participation on workshop: Monitoring
of democratic procesess, 25-28
October, Yerevan, Armenia
41.418
Nadir Redzepi, Tetovo
Participation on workshop: Monitoring
of democratic procesess, 25-28
October, Yerevan, Armenia
40.218
Cena Calovska, Skopje
Workshop: Improving Police Reaction
in Domestic Violence Cases, 24-27
October, Prague, Czech Republic
23.439
Jasminka Friksik, Skopje
Workshop: Improving Police Reaction
in Domestic Violence Cases, 24-27
October, Prague, Czech Republic
23.439
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Meri Kostovska, Skopje
Training: Effective Cooperation of
Local Authorities - Proactive Approach
in Regional Problem Solving, 25-29
October, Bankya, Bulgaria
11.818
Sraso Angeleski, Skopje
Training: Effective Cooperation of
Local Authorities - Proactive Approach
in Regional Problem Solving, 25-29
October, Bankya, Bulgaria
11.818
Filip Stojanoski, Skopje
Conference: The Role of Open
Source Software on Information
Society Development, 30 October - 2
November, Erevan, Armenia
41.953
Aleksandra Timkovska, Skopje
Seminar: Be fine - online, 04-05
November, Novi Sad, Serbia
7.778
Aneta Gjosevska, Skopje
Seminar: Be fine - online, 04-05
November, Novi Sad, Serbia
7.778
Halil Zendeli, Skopje
Conference: West Balkans Publishing
Cultures and Markets, 3-4 November,
Tirana, Albania
17.599
Biljana Tudzarovska, Skopje
Conference: West Balkans Publishing
Cultures and Markets, 3-4 November,
Tirana, Albania
16.320
Sreten Koceski, Tetovo
Seminar: Tools for Improving
Interethnic Realtions, 10-12 November,
Ulcinj, Montenegro
22.316
Sabaheta Mersimi
Seminar: Tools for Improving
Interethnic Realtions, 10-12 November,
Ulcinj, Montenegro
22.504
Natasa Vrteska, Skopje
Seminar: Tools for Improving
Interethnic Realtions, 10-12 November,
Ulcinj, Montenegro
15.873
Veton Zekoli, Skopje
Seminar: Tools for Improving
Interethnic Realtions, 10-12 November,
Ulcinj, Montenegro
15.749
247
248
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Sraso Angeleski, Skopje
Seminar: Migration and Identity in
Changed Europe - Partnership Building
and Communication Encouragement,
22-25 November, Oradea, Romania
59.270
Anica Dragovic, Skopje
Seminar: Migration and Identity in
Changed Europe - Partnership Building
and Communication Encouragement,
22-25 November, Oradea, Romania
59.270
Dragan Tilev, Skopje
Seminar Kosovo School for European
Intergation, 24-25 November,
Prishtina, Kosovo
Ivan Bimbilovski, Skopje
Participation Forum on Implementation
of Public Policy Standards and
Principles, 28 November - 03
December, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
62.799
Bobi Hristov, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizations and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.627
Ivan Bimbilovski, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizations and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.626
Danilo Mandic, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizations and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.626
Biljana Klisareva, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.626
Darko Angelov, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.625
4.291
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Zarko Cvetkovski, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.625
Kalina Sentik - Gaber, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.626
Dori Pavloska - Gjorgjieska,
Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.625
Kristina Jovanova, Kocani
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.625
Lidija Velkova, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.625
Vinka Radevska, Skopje
Nongovernmental Organizationa and
Journalists as Stakeholders in the EU
Integration Process, 3-8 December,
Prague, Czech Republic
22.625
Sanja Kostovska, Skopje
Participation Analyzing and Debating
the futher of EU enlargement, 11-12
december, Warsaw, Poland
45.937
Dzevahire Prusi Zajazi, Skopje
Participation Facilitating the Western
Balakns Civil Society Networking
with EU NGOs and Platforms, 11-12
December, Belgrade, Serbia
13.188
Vojce Dimovski, Veles
Facilitating Western Balkans Civil
Society Networking with EU NGOs and
Platforms, 11-12 December, Belgrade,
Serbia
13.188
249
Purpose
Dusko Hristov, Skopje
Facilitating Western Balkans Civil
Society Networking with EU NGOs and
Platforms, 11-12 December, Belgrade,
Serbia
13.188
Ahmet Jasarovski, Kumanovo
Facilitating Western Balkans Civil
Society Networking with EU NGOs and
Platforms, 11-12 December, Belgrade,
Serbia
13.188
Dance Gudeva Nikovska, Skopje
Facilitating Western Balkans Civil
Society Networking with EU NGOs and
Platforms, 11-12 December, Belgrade,
Serbia
11.170
Nesad Azemovski, Bitola
Facilitating Western Balkans Civil
Society Networking with EU NGOs and
Platforms, 11-12 December, Belgrade,
Serbia
13.188
East-East / participation
1.630.993
East-East / Hosting
PAC Multimedia, Skopje
OPEN DOOR / Art for Social Change, 10
May-3 July, Skopje and Stip
761.247
FLADI - Citizens© Association ,
Tetovo
Hosting: Public Achievement Group
Unite: Promoting Local Civic Education
and Activism, 15-18 August, Tetovo,
Macedonia
615.499
Center for Research and Policy
Making, Skopje
Regional Event: Balkan Youth
Conference: Defining Best Youth
Lobbying Strategoes, 17-19 November
Skopje
525.000
Center for Research and Policy
Making, Skopje
Hosting: Sharing experience of
NGOs and journalists as important
stakeholders in the EU accession
process, 27-29 October, Skopje and
Tetovo
268.800
East-East Hosting
250
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
2.170.545
Grants List
Recipient
Purpose
Civil Society Programs
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Internet for NGO©s
Association of unemploment citizen
ªBright visionº, [tip
Internet access
12.000
Association of Citizens ªOlimpijaº - Stip,
Stip
Internet access
12.000
Civic Association ªDoganº, Stip
Internet access
12.000
Civil Information Centre SPEKTAR, Stip
Internet access
12.000
Women©s Association ªRomani Asvinº,
Stip
Internet access
12.000
New Friendship, Struga
Internet access
12.000
Centre for Multiethnic Cooperation and
Understanding ªJointly in Europeº ,
Struga
Internet access
12.000
Women©s Union ª Ezerkaº, Struga
Internet access
12.000
Association of the French Language
Lovers ªStrugaº, Struga
Internet access
12.000
Culture and Art Society ªDibraº, Debar
Internet access
12.000
Women©s Organization - Debar, Debar
Internet access
12.000
Association of Citizens DEA, Debar
Internet access
12.000
Women©s Organization - Municipality of
Mavrovi Anovi , Mavrovi Anovi
Internet access
12.000
251
Recipient
Purpose
Association of Caterers, Tourist Workers
and Craftsmen ªNapredokº- Pehcevo,
Pehcevo
Internet access
EOZIM ªVirtual HPº, Delcevo
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
12.000
6.000
Environmental Society ªKladenecº,
Pehcevo
Internet access
12.000
Association of Farmers ªVinozitoº,
Kicevo
Internet access
12.000
Youth Council for Civic Education, Kicevo
Internet access
12.000
Citizen assotiation ªNURº, Plasnica
Internet access
12.000
Comics Center of Macedonia, Veles
Internet access
12.000
Internet for NGO©s
234.000
Civic Action-EAR Grants
252
HZG Bravura kooperativa Delcevo,
Delcevo
Responsible in front of
Responsibilities
206.000
Friends of Kratovo, Kratovo
Activities for promoting
public©s opion about the
future, citizens© trust in the
laws and their turnout on
elections - project VISION
169.647
Continued Life , Strumica
Transparent Health System
- Satisfied Citizens
242.493
Association of citizens ªManaº, Strumica
Culturefuture
244.270
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Youth Association ªIdninaº, Kavadarci
Preventing Corruption in the
Public Health: Patients© Rights
and Their Familiarization with
the Health System©s Reforms
143.024
EKOVITA, Negotino
Standardized production - the
road towards Europe
278.000
Regional Handicap Centre , Prilep
I want to ask...?
224.750
Educational - Humanitarian Organization
EHO, Stip
Let us enable old people a
decent life
296.417
Association of Citizens ªSezamº
Gevgelija, Gevgelija
Transparency - YES!
204.056
Women©s Organization - Debar, Debar
Women Today - How to Get
Closer to the Goal
183.860
Youth Environmental Centre ªRekanski
Biserº, Rostuse
Young Politicians - Creators of
a Better Future
Civic Action-EAR Grants
68.300
2.260.817
NGO Support Centers-Grants
Environmental Society ªTreskaº,
Makedosnki Brod
Healthy Childhood in Healthy
Environment
76.320
Association of Farmers ªKlasº,
Vranestica
Harmonizing Relations
Between Organic Food
Production and Environmental
Protection
89.225
Children©s Parliament of Macedonia Regional Unit in Stip and Karbinci, Stip
Initiative for placing protective
steel mash in the canyon of
Bregalnica (Novo Selo) for
securing the trafiic from the
landslide
47.000
253
Purpose
Center for international cooperation,
implementation and development STEP
+, Kicevo
Arrangement of Green Areas
on the Banks of River Susica
106.200
Association of Blind People from Kicevo,
Kicevo
Equal Opprtunities Are Not A
Priviledge
95.000
Association of Agricultural Producers
- Agroproduct, Stip
Corn Production and Its Use as
Live Stock Feedstuff
91.250
Association for Struggle Against Breast
Cancer ªNew lifeº, Stip
Poor Performance of the Law
on the Early Detection of
Reproductive Diseases with
Women
63.950
Consumer organization of Macedonia
- branch office Stip, Stip
Citizens - Consumer Protection
Policy Creators in the
Municipality of Stip
47.000
Development center for children and
youth and human democration ªPelaº
Veles, Veles
Keeping the Pace with EU
- Education of Youth Through
Presentations and Workshops
on Macedonia©s Integration in
the EU
60.500
Association for human rights and
democracy ª46664º, Veles
Graphic Map of Veles
110.500
Environmental Society ªVila Zoraº, Veles
Green Areas for Veles
78.840
Center for Integral Rehabilition - Vigotski
Veles, Veles
Family Parliament
66.950
Youth Culture Association-Prilep, Prilep
Youth for Themselves
114.650
Forum for Avangarde Creativity, Prilep
254
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
100.647
Grants List
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
Purpose
Center for Children and Youth Initiative
VIDELINA, Prilep
High Awareness- Low Risk
59.000
Regional Handicap Centre , Prilep
Decentralization the Right
Road Ahead, Not a Barrier
92.600
Association for humanitarian initiative
ªWordº, Stip
Developing action plans
for promoting health and
preventive health care in the
Municipality of Stip
113.300
Ecological Group ªGreen Powerº- Veles,
Veles
Environmental Education
50.200
NGO Support Centers-Grants
1.463.132
Youth in Action-Grants
Center for Children and Youth ªARTº ,
Stip
Youth Capacity Building in the
Municipality of Karbinci
226.250
Proactive, Skopje
Establishing the eco-team in
the Municiaplity of Suto Orizari
200.900
Center for Permaculture and
peacebuilding Stip, Stip
Youth Urban Advice
246.450
Association of Citizens ªEconomic
Education of Young Managersº, Skopje
Carrier Days - Shadow Working
Day
308.500
NGO Youth Education Center - Delcevo,
Delcevo
Youth Business Service Centre
237.100
Association for Education, Culture,
Ecology and Humanity ªMilleniumº,
Gostivar
From Action to Strategy
309.500
Center for Permaculture and
peacebuilding Stip, Stip
Centre for Youth Issues
288.400
255
Grants List
Purpose
Youth for the Youth , Skopje
Youth Radio Workshop
316.930
Women©s Organization ªRadikaº branch
office in Debar, Debar
Diligent Hands
241.850
EKOVITA, Negotino
Prevention against 21st
Century Vices
284.100
HZG Bravura kooperativa Delcevo,
Delcevo
Social Inclsuion Club Youth Club 3
269.660
Red Cross of the City of Skopje- Youth,
Skopje
Love Carefuly, Live Safely!
Healthy and Secure Sexuality
of Youth
201.700
Volunteers Firefighting Society - Sveti
Nikole, Sveti Nikole
DPD Youth - Sveti Nikole in
Action
275.850
EKO-TIM, Skopje
Healthy Roma Youth - Healthy
Roma Future
219.000
CAS Ilinden - village Vinicani, Gradsko ,
Defining the needs and
interests of young people in
the Municipality of Gradsko
and communicating them to
the public
183.500
Youth in Action-Grants
256
Award (in
Mac. Denars)
Recipient
3.809.690
257
Foundation Open Society Institute - Macedonia
Consolidated
Financial Statements
For the year ended 31 December 2006
With Independent Auditor©s Report thereon
258
Annex 2
C ontents
Auditor©s Report
Financial Statements
Consolidated Statement
of Revenue and Expenses262
Consolidated Balance Sheet263
Consolidated Chages in Fund Balance264
Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows265
Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements266
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