‘We realized building peace in the holy land has to be first a grassroots process, because we live side by side and have no option of having no interaction.’
Israeli Flying Aid brings undercover rescue volunteers to countries that don’t have diplomatic relations with Israel or will not accept foreign disaster relief.
World-record breaking magic lesson highlights the significant coexistence work of Beit HaGefen Arab-Jewish Cultural Center in Haifa.
MyMDband solves a critical problem for first-responders, providing immediate access to a patient’s medical information at the time of an emergency.
How several Israeli professionals are giving Nepal villagers tools to rebuild their houses and their lives after the earthquakes.
UN’s Ban Ki-moon to Israeli company: ‘Millions of women and children die each year due to indoor smoke from open fires. This is just the thing they need.’
Aid volunteers still on the ground are assessing how they can help in the wake of a powerful aftershock; IDF may return.
Yara, a resident of Gaza, was transferred to Israel for medical treatment after she was injured in a car accident.
IDF field hospital treated 1,600 patients, IDF Home Front Command taught safety and survival, and several Israeli NGOs remain on the ground.