Emergency relief teams from IsraAID are bringing food, water and other aid to starving islanders.
‘They are really doing holy work, and they are very proud to be acquiring a diploma in a respected and honorable profession.’
In January 2014, a Jewish Israeli woman and an Arab Israeli man opened a backpackers hostel as a social business in the village of Jisr az-Zarqa.
Israel’s G.A.L. Water Technologies sends its new mobile water purification system to the parched Pacific island at the request of the Foreign Ministry.
New technology and innovation hub opens in northern Arab-Israeli town to foster a unified youth movement of space-science enthusiasts.
‘When everyone belongs, we’ll be much more powerful as a society,’ says Cisco executive involved in advancing job prospects of the ultra-Orthodox.
‘We are not doing this because we have to,’ one officer says as he walks tethered to his young partner with an Upsee. ‘We thought it was something important, and a joy.’
The relief organization, IsraAid, arrives soon after a disaster and stays for as long as it takes to get the country back on its feet.
NY grad students gain mental-health insights in Gaza border towns, and take courses with social-work students in Beersheva.