A team of 20 Israeli volunteers from IsraAID is the first foreign NGO to arrive in quake-struck Italy; Eighteen Ethiopian young men and women have received Lapan scholarships to fulfill their dream of becoming nurses, and much more.
Israeli international relief organization IsraAid has been helping West Virginia homeowners with the tremendous amount of damage caused by flash floods in June; The IDF treats hundreds of Syrians wounded in the ongoing civil war in that country, and much more.
So far in 2016, at least 5,700 Coptic Orthodox Christians have traveled from Egypt to Israel; Israel and China have signed seven academic cooperation agreements with Chinese universities, and much more.
The Israeli international relief organization IsraAID has sent a delegation to southern Japan after another IsraAID delegation was dispatched to Ecuador to assist in humanitarian efforts and to offering medical and psychological assistance to the affected communities.
Recently, the BBC erased the name of Israel, Jews and Israeli companies from a program discussing the use of genetics to improve the drought resistance of wheat. So I decided to unmask some of Israel’s global activities that benefit the world.
A recent edition of the AJC Live radio show focused on Israel’s humanitarian work around the globe being carried out by IsraAid, and Kuwaiti reporter Ahmad Al-Sarraf called on Arabs to look at the reasons for Israel’s success and superiority, instead of viewing it as a political-religious foe.
Waiting for Syrian refugees on the shore is a rescue team of doctors and nurses, both Arab and Jewish, from the Israeli humanitarian organization IsraAid, and Israel’s first ever basketball league for people with special needs has been launched in Jerusalem.
The Startup Nation is driving dramatic changes in the culture and politics of China, and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama came to Jerusalem and signed bilateral agreements on medical cooperation and other matters.
Israel provided food and assistance kits to Paraguayans impacted by massive flooding of the Paraguay River from El Niño storms during December, and four IsraAID volunteers have traveled to Leeds, UK to begin repairing homes and distributing food to victims of devastating floods in the area.
Wheelchair-bound US army veterans will be among the first to use the revolutionary Acrobat Wheel created by Israel’s SoftWheel, and a delegation from US security agencies and police departments learns Israeli counter-terrorism.
In October, international law students will arrive in Israel to argue the legal issues of a near-miss asteroid event, and the Three Million Club plans to feed the poorest people in the world, not by donations, but by returning a profit for investors.