The Beit Project for the third year will be implemented in Skopje. From 30th September 2019 around 200 students will be enrolled in the project exploring the historical and cultural heritage of the city. They will work at the very heart of the city which with its centuries-old history and rich cultural heritage symbolically connects and integrates the city and the people.
The six schools that will participate this year, being from different ethnic background, reflects the richness of the diversity of multiethnic and multicultural character of the city.
High School “Orce Nikolov” is a school with tradition of more than 60 years. It has about 1,200 students. The teaching language is Macedonian and part of the classes in French.
High School “Zef Ljush Marku” with its seven decades of tradition is the first Albanian language gymnasium on the territory of the City of Skopje. It has about 1,200 students.
Primary School “Tefeyyüz” has a rich tradition of education dating back to 1884. It has about 900 students. The teaching language is Turkish.
Primary School “Lazo Trpovski” was founded in 1969. It has about 500 students. The teaching language is Macedonian:
Primary School “Brakja Ramiz i Hamid” is the biggest Roma primary School in Skopje. It has around 2000 students.
The local team of the Beit project in Skopje
Mitko Panov (Local Coordinator)
Igor Jurukov (Facilitator)
Pavel Veljanoski (Facilitator)
Elmedina Asani (Facilitator)
Ana Tomik (Facilitator)
Kiril Dimeski (Facilitator)
Emilija Taseska (Facilitator)
Zaklina Muceva (Facilitator)
Naum Trajanovski (Facilitator)
Mitko, local coordinator