A group of dedicated volunteers in Israel heal sick and injured turtles and reintroduce them to their natural habitat.
Jerusalem’s Ma’aleh film school has developed a unique course that trains therapists how to use video to rebuild lives.
Project RAY, now launching in the US, opens the benefits of digital access to commercial and public services to people with visual disabilities.
Israeli-made ‘In the Armchair with Picasso’ art kit is getting interest from geriatric professionals around the world.
The ‘Take Away’ message from Israeli-Palestinian Y Theater duo is that theater can be a rehearsal for a better world.
In return for free tuition and low rent, members of Ayalim student villages volunteer their time to transform Negev and Galilee communities.
New EU-funded international study of Mediterranean plants finds Israel’s medicinal herbs effective in fighting bacteria, fungus and infection.
‘A kid literally on the street suddenly gets a rush of self-esteem [and] the shirt benefits the institution that helped her get on her feet.’
Researchers from the Technion and Al Quds University will cooperate to find ways of ridding wastewater of pharmaceutical residues.
Volunteers from more than 25 countries come every year to help out at Israel’s national emergency response organization.