Changing the World in 36 Hours
Israelis and Indians get together for a weekend hackathon to tackle pressing health challenges faced by the developing world
Salad Bowl for the Desert
An Israeli start-up is enabling Beduin families, without any agricultural training, to grow their own fresh vegetables in the harsh, arid conditions of the Negev desert.
In The Heart of Africa
A lone Israeli seeks to help in one of the poorest countries in the world
An Israeli startup thwarts the biggest cause of death for women in the developing world READ ARTICLE
Connecting the Unconnected
An Israeli startup enables Africans to utilize internet platforms using their old-fashioned cell phones. Read Article
Golda’s notebook for the developing world
EVER SINCE Golda Meir’s first visit to Africa as foreign minister in 1961, women in the developing world have often been the main focus of Israel’s development efforts, just as Israeli women frequently have been the key movers and shakers.
Building Health in Rwanda – Josh Ruxin is bringing massive changes to African healthcare through private-sector management principles Read article
The Doctor Who Stayed – For nearly 30 years, Rick Hodes has helped children walk again and helped treat some of Ethiopia’s neediest patients. Read Article
The Israelis of Uganda – Grassroots Israelis rescue South Sudanese refugee children and bring them to Uganda Read Article
Israel’s involvement in the developing world is enjoying a renaissance.
March 14, 2013 Read Article….
A sustainable way to grow vegetables anywhere in the world Read Article