YEDID: The Association for Community Empowerment

Through a national network of Citizen Rights Centers, YEDID empowers low-income Israelis of all ethnic and religious backgrounds to access their rights, break the cycle of poverty, and achieve self-sufficiency. YEDID ("friend" in Hebrew) was founded in 1997 with the mission to promote social and economic justice in Israel. To date, YEDID has given direct assistance to over 290,000 Israelis of all ethnic and religious backgrounds. In addition, we have run hundreds of community empowerment programmes, and have lobbied successfully for public policy change on social issues such as housing, labour, healthcare, and social security. Our approach to creating social change operates on ...

Bring Health Care to 4000 Needy People in Israel

Bring Health Care to 4000 Needy People in Israel
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Vocational Training Course for Ethiopian Israelis

Vocational Training Course for Ethiopian Israelis
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The second cohort graduates!

The second cohort graduates!
Photo from Progress Report 'Progress Report on Vocational Training Course' (view small | med | large | orig)

Bring Health Care to 4000 Needy People in Israel

Bring Health Care to 4000 Needy People in Israel
Photo from Progress Report 'Progress Report on YEDID's Mobile Center' (view small | med | large | orig)

Megemeria

Megemeria
Photo from Progress Report 'Progress Report on Vocational Training Course' (view small | med | large | orig)
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