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Eye from Zion was established in 2007 by Israeli businessman Nati Marcus, since then, volunteers from all over the world have joined the organization. They all contribute their time, talent, efforts and money to promote the humanitarian values and actions embodied in Eye from Zion.
To give free medical assistance to whoever needs it by sending medical teams and equipment anywhere they are needed on earth.
To provide instruction and guidance to medical teams in developing countries.
To be ambassadors of good will for the state of Israel and the Jewish people.
To promote the DOC4DOC initiative, that will bring modern medicine to developing countries by creating a professional platform for doctors from all around the world.
Eye from Zion will always be there for those in need – to give the best medical aid, and at the same time, deliver a message of mutual humanitarian aid in the spirit and values of the State of Israel and of the Jewish Heritage.
The Weitz Center for sustainable development is a global leader in capacity building for sustainable development. Our work is dedicated to enhancing the efforts of international agencies, governments, communities, civil society and private sector organizations to achieve positive social and economic change worldwide. Towards this end, we offer high quality training and consulting services to clients across a variety of sectors and levels.
The Center’s mission is to provide clients with practical tools, cutting edge knowledge and hands-on experience to improve the performance of their policies, programs and projects in achieving sustainable development and poverty reduction.
Our international reputation is built on a 40-year track record with clients from 80 countries around the world. A non governmental, non-profit organization, the Weitz Center is a pioneer in the field of Integrated Regional Development (IRD), world-renowned for its holistic “Rehovot Approach” to regional development planning and local economic development.
The Center was established by JAFI in 1963 and enjoys a long-standing partnership with the Center for International Cooperation of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MASHAV). The Weitz Center library has been designated as the World Bank depository library in Israel.
Amaizz is an agritech company dedicated to developing innovative products that drastically minimize losses caused by spoilage and degradation throughout the handling, storage, and processing stages. In 2016, Amaizz won the Israeli Grand Challenges Program and gained the support of the Israeli Chief Scientist for its innovative drying technology. Amaizz’s solution for post-harvest handling and storage save up to 50% of the losses caused by mishandling and depreciation and greatly improves production efficiency leading to higher quality produce.
Amaizz products and solutions are focused on a broad range of clients, mainly small and medium-scale farmers but also include commercial farmers, factories, and logistic centers. The most urgent need for farmers is comprehensive solutions in drying machines, cooling units, and storage facilities. Amaizz provides portable, durable, cost-effective and clean energy solutions that address the farmers needs.
HIT - Holon Institute of Technology is an Independent public academic institution of higher education located in Holon, central district, Israel.
Founded in 1969 HIT is a multidisciplinary technological institution that focuses on innovative academic instruction alongside practical research and development, in continuous collaboration with and for the benefit of local industry and Israeli society as a whole.
The Institute offers programs in Design, Engineering, Science, Technology Management and Instructional Technology ,Multidisciplinary Studies, and the newest addition, the Digital Medical Technologies program. Its diverse academic degree programs enhance the integration between these disciplines.
HIT provides its graduates with cutting edge tools for creative thinking, self-regulated learning, deep analysis, and teamwork so that they can take their role as leaders in their field of expertise
Providing medical services and supplies where they are most needed requires a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach.
After years in Africa establishing hospital laboratories and training medical professionals in cities and the periphery, the founders of the company became acutely aware of the need to bring the field’s latest equipment and advancements to where they were direly lacking.
Medilar was founded to make that happen. Medilar is composed of Israeli doctors and other health and logistics professionals with a rich experience in Africa and intimate knowledge of the local needs, along with a long record of management and marketing.
Our varied team guarantees we can help clients achieve and maintain the highest standards of health care, provide them with effective and cost-effective solutions in medical supplies, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
An innovative development, consulting & training company that provides unique practical solutions for communities, organizations, teams and individuals.
WaterWays ™ Solutions Ltd " WWS " provides holistic solutions for sustainable water and development projects in rural areas, enabling effective funds usage and risk reduction.
Our vision is to tackle the perplexing challenge of sustainability, in water, agriculture and development projects by providing soft solutions based on WWS proprietary Integrated Holistic Approach “HIA”.WWS also promotes the concept of "Water First" bringing awareness to society that providing clean water can impact a variety of development challenges including: food security, health, education and gender equality; thus, it should be prioritized by the international community.
WWS is a service-oriented project-based company founded with the desire to allow people everywhere access to clean water. We operate through partnerships and coordination with local partners.
Our full-scale solutions integrate technology with business models and social mechanisms required for sustainable solutions in rural areas.
These take into account the full development needs of water: drinking water, water treatment, agriculture development, income generation and other rural development as necessary.
With the understanding that long-term sustainability is the main challenge in achieving a major breakthrough in reaching sustainable development goals, a broad access to clean water and the eradication of poverty.
Beit Issie Shapiro is Israel’s leading organization furthering the rights, opportunities and services for people with disabilities, impacting on over 30,000 people every year. We play a pioneering role in the development and provision of cutting edge services, changing attitudes in society and advocating for better legislation, and sharing knowledge throughout Israel, as well as internationally, through research, consultation and training. Beit Issie Shapiro has Special Consultative Status with the UN’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 2012.
The Crisis and Trauma master's program at Tel Aviv University provides a window into the world of top research in the field. Crisis and trauma are all the more apparent today: along with the permanence of natural disasters and harmful geopolitical situations come the unique challenges of our tech focused world.
There is a growing need for trained professionals with the knowledge and experience necessary to attend to situations old and new. Access to Israel as a living laboratory for research and practice in the field of crisis and trauma makes Tel Aviv University the optimal place to deepen knowledge and develop professional competence.
This one-year program is designed to train students to plan and deliver services in a wide range of personal and communal crises. Some of these circumstances include, but are not limited to, the consequences of war, domestic violence, illness and bereavement.
The Crisis and Trauma Program equips its students with the capabilities to act in two main capacities:
The first is as first responders, during which they learn to identify both immediate and long term needs, carry out initial interventions, and refer the affected persons to the appropriate services for further assistance.
The second is as psychosocial disaster and crisis intervention managers, which includes learning to develop and implement intervention programs for the stricken communities.