Interfaith clergy and seminarians at Jerusalem’s Faith and Ecology Conference pledge to step up environmental stewardship.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry unveils its latest tactic to help neighboring African continent fight the deadly viral epidemic.
Beleaguered Sderot wakes up to a social vision of sustainable student housing and an infusion of young volunteers.
Classics such as ‘Goldilocks’ are now accessible via iPad to American kids with hearing impairment, thanks to the Israeli project eMotion Stories.
Anita Shkedi is teaming with WatchPAT maker to prove that horseback riding is an effective therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder.
‘Even children are thirsty to do some basic things like playing with wires and turning on an engine or a light,’ says the founder of Steve’s Garage clubs.
‘Our two goals are to further the study of science and technology in Israel, while helping to cure societal ills and inequalities,’ says Technoda CEO.
Why are wounded Syrians risking everything to cross into enemy territory to receive hospital treatment in Israel?
After providing medical supplies and psychological support, Israel will send three mobile emergency Ebola treatment units to high-risk countries.
An Israeli hospital is first in the world to integrate medical clowns in treating sexual-assault victims, inspiring similar programs abroad.