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Keren Stern

2012 Youth Delegation to Uganda

  Brit Olam’s core mission relies on the work of dedicated volunteers from Israel and around the world. By dedicating their time and expertise, volunteers affect tremendous change to benefit populations in need. In addition, through this work, volunteers are…

Natan for Disaster Relief

  In 2008, Brit Olam and the Humanitarian Fund of the Kibbutz Movement founded the non-profit Natan – The Israeli Coalition for Disaster Relief in partnership with other Israeli relief organizations. This coalition combines the best of Israeli expertise in humanitarian aid by coordinating inter-organizational activities and…

Rehabilitation and Development Unit

  In order to help victims and communities who have survived major disasters, Brit Olam established a Recovery and Rehabilitation Unit to advance community resilience programs and to develop a knowledge base in this field. The unit builds local capacity by disseminating this knowledge…

Relief Mission in Georgia

  In August 2008, following a summer of tension and increased military incidents, Georgia launched a large-scale military offensive to reclaim the territory of South Ossetia from Russia. The situation deteriorated further with renewed fighting in the Georgian breakaway province…

Avital Banai

Avital Banai joined Brit Olam in 2007 with a strong belief in the organization’s mission statement and values: practicing Tikkun Olam and promoting the value of volunteerism in Israeli society and abroad. Avital’s empathy to these values, together with her…

Muse Uganda 2008-2015

Muse Uganda – Arts Educational Center is an innovative educational program for disadvantaged youth, located in Namulanda, Uganda. The program is based on cutting-edge Ugandan and Israeli knowledge and experience in the areas of arts education, social entrepreneurship and social…