‘The purpose behind it is to open the eyes of middle managers and CEOs on how the international business world works,’ says Mustafa Deeb.
Science teacher Amir Yechieli has a side business showing schools how to capture and reuse the rainwater that collects on their roofs.
More than 60,000 Jewish Scouts and 25,000 Arab Scouts participate across Israel, and a North American branch serves 2,000 Hebrew-speaking kids.
‘Everything we’ve seen — a tremendous variety of people and ideas — reinforced how creative, and willing to try anythingת Israelis are.’
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.
ISRAEL21c and the iCenter launch a new video and lesson plan to celebrate the unique work of Israeli scientist and ornithologist Yossi Leshem.
Chinese billionaire puts Israeli high-tech education on his Horizons, with a commitment to the Technion’s Israel campus and a new one in Shantou.
Take a look inside a long-running Jewish-Arab nursery school run by the YMCA in Jerusalem.