Posts by CIJ SCOOP Macedonia:

  • The oldest school in Macedonia has no school gym

    For one meter less they cannot build a school gym, they lack “only two classrooms” to save electricity and heating, they need “just a new roof” so as not to destroy the renovated school. These are the most common problems faced by primary schools in Skopje to boast they can have classes in normal conditions.   Inbox 7 team toured several schools in Skopje to see if they meet...
  • Xhelal Neziri is experienced investigative reporter and analyst. Since 2008 he has been representing Danish SCOOP project in Macedonia, coordinating national and trans-national investigative stories. At the moment Neziri is co-founder and director of Centre for Investigative Journalism SCOOP-Macedonia based in Skopje, and member of International Advisory Board at Journalismfund.eu based in Brussels. Contact: xhelalneziri@gmail.com   Zaklina Hadzi-Zafirova is a freelance journalist with over 15 years of journalistic experience,...
  • MYSTERIOUS” CANALS OF DECENNIAL ABUSES

    author: Gëzim Sulejmani   The construction of the water supply system in Tetovo has already become a synonym of impossibility for all the governments in the last 18 years of transition as well as for local selfgovernment authorities. Every government and local self-government structure has experienced the bitter taste of impossibility, regardless of the fact that there have been financial means allocated several times to this project, which, have...
  • Kidney patients get hepatitis in hospital

    author: Jasmina Jovanovska   Kidney patients become infected with Hepatitis C on dialysis. Both patients and nephrologists confirm this and they locate the reason in non implementation of the standards for safe dialysis in practice, as well as in the fact that in the state no one properly controls the safety of dialysis patients. Economic analysts say that dialysis is carried out in substandard conditions due to the fact...