The Moro Foundation is committed to the development of the IB program in Slovenia. This community currently represents over 300 students from 40 nations. Your donations will enrich the educational experience of children coming from donor countries.

[slidepress gallery=’slovenija’]   Slovenia lies at the heart of Europe, along the path between Venice and Vienna. The proximity of Slovenia’s capital city, Ljubljana, to the metropolises of neighbouring states is the reason why so many people visit our country. The picturesque countryside offers a rare luxury – you can ski in the mountains in the morning and spoil yourself at the Adriatic Sea by the afternoon. Slovenia is also known for its excellent wines and tasty traditional food.

The history of Slovenia is as varied and rich as its landscape. During the reign of Empress Maria Theresa and her son Emperor Joseph II, a period of rapid economic and academic development took place. It was at this time that mandatory schooling and primary schooling in Slovenia’s native language were introduced. This served as the foundation for the cultural language action that was later initiated by Slovenian academics, who instigated the shaping of the Slovenian nationhood. It was this period of academic development that inspired the direction of our Foundation’s activities.

The Foundation’s registered trademark is the bee. The bee was extensively been written about by Anton Janša, a renowned Slovenian apiculturist, academic painter and imperial professor at Vienna’s National Apiculture School, the first of its kind in the world. Following the publication of Janša’s important work, Empress Maria Theresa issued a decree which declared that all apiculture teachers must teach in accordance with his research.

Janez Fajfar, Mayor of Bled

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