An Israeli graduate student is working on an international project to reintroduce prawns to eat parasite-carrying snails in African waters.
The Israeli-American project focuses on teens in forgotten neighborhoods, the nighttime streets and areas where the homeless wander.
As part of their vocational curriculum, three students at Brooklyn’s Imagine
Academy are assembling Galilee Tisanes medicinal tea products.
Physical challenges are no match for Etgarim (Challenges), a non-profit that gets Israelis out of their wheelchairs for confidence-building outdoor activities.
At Jerusalem’s Yad LaKashish-Lifeline for the Old, handcrafting Hanukkah gift
items helps immigrant pensioners remain productive members of society.
Israeli medical professionals to provide critical health interventions in the typhoon affected region; Home Front Command to survey area.
Science teacher Amir Yechieli has a side business showing schools how to capture and reuse the rainwater that collects on their roofs.
DevTech believes existing and new Israeli technologies can serve a needy, but massive, market of people who live on just a couple of dollars a day.
Ethiopian immigrants make Yvel’s Megemeria collection sold around the world, and at the same time create a trade for themselves.
Israel’s NowForce application can turn a dozen or more smartphones into an emergency response fleet.