‘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.
Alex and Roza Yerushalmi were together for nearly 50 years. When she died of cancer, he was left alone. A Facebook post changed that.
‘World’s first citizens network’ launching first in Israel.
Timocco’s online gaming platform provides developmentally appropriate challenges for kids working on acquiring a variety of skill sets.
‘Gigawatt Global in Rwanda is a clear demonstration that solar will be a key part of Africa’s energy solution,’ says US official.
By day a patent lawyer, Sandy Colb dedicates the rest of his time to growing crops for Israel’s most vulnerable citizens.
Manot Cave in Western Galilee yields unexpected find, providing new insights into the migration of modern humans out of Africa.