Israel’s LOTEM built a unique accessible eco-farm and hiking trail so that people with disabilities can enjoy the great outdoors.
‘Tag shows that Israel has a tremendous amount of knowledge and expertise that can be shared and given to developing countries.’
Karev, Israel’s largest extracurricular program, brings a broad range of fun and educational activities to schools in 129 cities and towns.
Technology turns therapeutic in a unique program at ALEH, Israel’s largest network of facilities for children with severe cognitive and physical disabilities.
‘Culture is a basic necessity, like bread or milk, and should be available in one’s own community for a reasonable price,’ says festival co-founder.
“I am convinced that the most brilliant, freshest new minds in Israeli science are going to come from the periphery.’
A new fashion venture offers great clothes while helping at-risk young women find a place in the workforce.
Israel’s Grandmaster Chess Research Project is a one-of-a-kind initiative to develop a novel academic approach to the skills and culture of chess.
14 Jordanians and 40 Israelis finish a groundbreaking three-year bachelor’s course in emergency medicine at an Israeli university.
A by-women-for-women center in a Negev Bedouin town provides income and literacy training to the ladies of Lakiya.