Developing African nations depend on Israeli technological, humanitarian, medical, ecological and agricultural advances in virtually every aspect of life.
Israeli experts train local healthcare workers, clergy, teachers, counselors how to get communities back on their feet following a disaster.
Sivan Ya’ari’s non-profit Innovation: Africa brings sustainable Israeli technologies to power rural African villages.
Former Keter plastics executives turn their expertise into a humanitarian project to help millions of disabled children in developing countries get to school.
The Jewish National Fund isn’t only about planting forests. Some of its newest water-tech projects were recently showcased in Israel.
Israel’s leading eldercare, rehab and social-welfare NGO is ‘constantly evaluating the immediate needs in Israeli society in social welfare and healthcare.’
Pears Program incubates Israeli startups dedicated to doing well by doing good for people in developing nations.
Seventy young leaders will meet in Caesarea, Israel, next month to brainstorm entrepreneurial ideas to better the developing world.
Rescued dogs rehabilitate people in a unique therapeutic program devised by an Israeli trainer for at-risk and special-needs youths.
‘All the children contributed with a full heart – it didn’t matter if they were Jewish or Arab,’ says the Israeli teacher heading the collection drive.