The Ariela Foundation

Our main objective is to assist youngsters of Ethiopian origin with promise for excellence in innovative ("ground breaking") career paths to fully fulfill their potential and maximize their personal and professional growth. The creation of such success stories can have a great impact on their immediate surroundings by creating true role models for other Ethiopian youngsters and Israeli society in general. Excellence comes in many forms including studies, arts, sports and community leadership.
Jul 21, 2014

Project report

Empowering Meetings
Empowering Meetings

Empowering Meetings:

As in the previous quarter, we have continued to conduct empowerment workshops set up by the Educationcoordinators  in accordance with a yearly structured program on themes of morality which are highly significant. Following is a description of some of the activities that are held at the center:

An empowerment meeting on the subject of success and coping with failure:

In this meeting, the co-ordinator and pupils of NesZiona focused on the sensations and feelings experienced during stressful final end-of-year examinations. A discussion arose concerning how stress influences us and whether we make decisions hastily which are proven to lead to a lack of success. The pupils shared their experiences and spoke about the improvements that they think they should make. The activities were composed of simulations of breaks and states of calm.

An empathy workshop and Israeli society:

 In this quarter, the education co-ordinator brought a workshop over to the Jaffa Group on the subject of empathy and Israeli society. In order to know where they had to go, the students first had to know where they came from. Therefore, in the first meetings, the co-ordinator focused on the place where they came from: Ethiopia. He focused on memories, customs, traditions, culture and more. In the following workshops, the co-ordinator focused the workshop on the surroundings and the inhabitants of the different sectors of society in Israel through examining the societal make-up and the ranges of ethnicities, cultures and customs and how they relate to the existing stereotypes with regards to the different inhabitants in Israel. In the last part of the workshop, the coordinator focused the activities on empathizing with each student for the purpose of developing self-awareness, nurturing formulated ambitions and helping them build a stable identity which is strong and solid. The co-ordinator used a range of different educational methodologies in order to bring across the themes and significantly, the pupils really enjoyed the kind of meetings through exceptional co-operation with the co-ordinator.   

Empowering Meetings Conducted by the coordinator:

As in the previous quarter, we have continued to conduct empowerment workshops set up by the Education Co-ordinators in accordance with a yearly structured program on themes of morality which are highly significant. Following is a description of some of the activities that are held at the centre.

A Summer Preparation Workshop:

Just before the students went off on their summer break, the pupils from the Gedera Group were brought to a lecture in which guest speakers Ya’araAmer and Guy Cohen took part. The lecture was composed of co-ordinators from different youth movements concerned with working and studying. In the confines of the lecture, certain essential values of the pupils were reinforced, such as those concerning dangerous elements in the summer, making use of their own judgment, responsible and educated behaviour and so forth. Furthermore, the pupils were exposed to the rights and obligations of working teenagers. The pupils expanded their knowledge on the subject of summer employment. They were spoken to about their obligations at work and moreover, how to prevent being taken advantage of by their employers as well as  how to examine a payslip. Concerning payslips, they learned what actions are important, such as documenting working hours, calculating additional hours, the black market and so forth. The information was explained clearly and it was structured in a very detailed way. The pupils participated and asked many questions that remained open. In conclusion, one pupil remarked, “it’s important and necessary that many teenagers will learn from this”.  

Parents Workshops in co-operation with the Organization “Tene Health”:

Throughout the quarter, lectures were set up for the parents of the pupils in Jaffa under a co-operative framework with the organization “Tene Health” which provides lectures in different languages to members of the Ethiopian Community of the same age group on the subject of health. In these lectures, the parents learned about the educated use of health services and about early diagnoses for common diseases such as diabetes. Among the Ethiopian community, as in the rest of society, there is a high incidence of the disease. The biggest difficulty concerning the Ethiopian Community is the lack of awareness of the disease. The lecture moderator, a Doctor by profession and one of the community members, explained the disease to the participants; its symptoms, the reasons for its development, and she shared with the parents in different ways in which to cope with the disease. The parents responded with great interest and were immersed in the subject matter. The parents learned about the educated and correct use of health services, about medical rights, obligations, an encouragement to get additional opinions and methods to cope with different situations. Additionally, the parents learned about different diseases although diabetes in particular was presented in a concrete and clear fashion. They learned: how Diabetes arises, what it can lead to, and how you can cope with it. The parents, who very much enjoyed the lecture and learned a lot thanks to the friendly lecturer who conducted the lectures in Amharic, demanded that additional and consistent meetings of this kind take place. They attested that they were very happy that they had come to the meetings and that for them, they were sources of knowledge and learning. 

 

roughout the quarter, lectures were set up for the parents of the pupils in Jaffa under a co-operative framework with the organization “Tene Health” which provides lectures in different languages to members of the Ethiopian Community of the same age group on the subject of health. In these lectures, the parents learned about the educated use of health services and about early diagnoses for common diseases such as diabetes. Among the Ethiopian community, as in the rest of society, there is a high incidence of the disease. The biggest difficulty concerning the Ethiopian Community is the lack of awareness of the disease. The lecture moderator, a Doctor by profession and one of the community members, explained the disease to the participants; its symptoms, the reasons for its development, and she shared with the parents in different ways in which to cope with the disease. The parents responded with great interest and were immersed in the subject matter. The parents learned about the educated and correct use of health services, about medical rights, obligations, an encouragement to get additional opinions and methods to cope with different situations. Additionally, the parents learned about different diseases although diabetes in particular was presented in a concrete and clear fashion. They learned: how Diabetes arises, what it can lead to, and how you can cope with it. The parents, who very much enjoyed the lecture and learned a lot thanks to the friendly lecturer who conducted the lectures in Amharic, demanded that additional and consistent meetings of this kind take place. They attested that they were very happy that they had come to the meetings and that for them, they were sources of knowledge and learning. 

Throughout the quarter, lectures were set up for the parents of the pupils in Jaffa under a co-operative framework with the organization “Tene Health” which provides lectures in different languages to members of the Ethiopian Community of the same age group on the subject of health. In these lectures, the parents learned about the educated use of health services and about early diagnoses for common diseases such as diabetes. Among the Ethiopian community, as in the rest of society, there is a high incidence of the disease. The biggest difficulty concerning the Ethiopian Community is the lack of awareness of the disease. The lecture moderator, a Doctor by profession and one of the community members, explained the disease to the participants; its symptoms, the reasons for its development, and she shared with the parents in different ways in which to cope with the disease. The parents responded with great interest and were immersed in the subject matter. The parents learned about the educated and correct use of health services, about medical rights, obligations, an encouragement to get additional opinions and methods to cope with different situations. Additionally, the parents learned about different diseases although diabetes in particular was presented in a concrete and clear fashion. They learned: how Diabetes arises, what it can lead to, and how you can cope with it. The parents, who very much enjoyed the lecture and learned a lot thanks to the friendly lecturer who conducted the lectures in Amharic, demanded that additional and consistent meetings of this kind take place. They attested that they were very happy that they had come to the meetings and that for them, they were sources of knowledge and learning. 

Parents Workshops in co-operation with the Organization “Tene Health”:

Throughout the quarter, lectures were set up for the parents of the pupils in Jaffa under a co-operative framework with the organization “Tene Health” which provides lectures in different languages to members of the Ethiopian Community of the same age group on the subject of health. In these lectures, the parents learned about the educated use of health services and about early diagnoses for common diseases such as diabetes. Among the Ethiopian community, as in the rest of society, there is a high incidence of the disease. The biggest difficulty concerning the Ethiopian Community is the lack of awareness of the disease. The lecture moderator, a Doctor by profession and one of the community members, explained the disease to the participants; its symptoms, the reasons for its development, and she shared with the parents in different ways in which to cope with the disease. The parents responded with great interest and were immersed in the subject matter. The parents learned about the educated and correct use of health services, about medical rights, obligations, an encouragement to get additional opinions and methods to cope with different situations. Additionally, the parents learned about different diseases although diabetes in particular was presented in a concrete and clear fashion. They learned: how Diabetes arises, what it can lead to, and how you can cope with it. The parents, who very much enjoyed the lecture and learned a lot thanks to the friendly lecturer who conducted the lectures in Amharic, demanded that additional and consistent meetings of this kind take place. They attested that they were very happy that they had come to the meetings and that for them, they were sources of knowledge and learning.

parents of one of the pupils, “We would very much like to have additional lectures of this kind, the lecture was very interesting and important. I would like to thank you and well done to you for sharing this information with us.”

Educational Training and Mentoring in co-operation companies:

Through a shared feeling of wanting to make a true difference, the companies Elop and Samsung Israel opened their doors to the pupils of the  Ariela Foundation and supplied, in this quarter as well as in others, volunteers who work in the companies. These volunteers provided them with educational training and meaningful one-on-one mentoring 

Educational Training and Mentoring in co-operation with the Company Elop:

In this quarter as in others and under a co-operative framework with the company Elop, the pupils were the recipients of tutoring in math, English as well as other school subjects in accordance with the specific needs of each pupil. This scholarly assistance included exam prep, catch-up courses, exercises, thorough revision over the material that had been studied in school and so forth. In this half-year period, the pupils displayed an improvement in their studying in math and English. It is clear that perseverance during tutoring hours and a relationship with the mentors is significant and influences their studies. One student in particular improved his mark in English from 76 to 90 and in math from 70 to 80. One pupil improved her mark in her 4-unit math matriculation by 15 points. Another pupil improved her mark in her 4-unit English matriculation from 75 to 92.

 

A goodbye party and summing up the year. In honour of the year’s end, an end-of-year ceremony was organized at the offices of the company with the students, volunteers and the rest of the team in attendance. To begin, Shimon, the Manager, said a few words in thanks to the pupils and the volunteers. Eli also spoke and exclaimed just how much fun it was to work with the pupils and how eager he was to work with them. The students prepared a number of tributes in thanks and appreciation to the team. The first of such tributes was a speech from one of the pupils about working with Eli, her accomplishments and the contribution that was provided to her. She noted that he helped her in math and understood her from her point of view, while challenging her at the same time. Afterwards, another pupil gave a speech in thanks on behalf of all the students. The pupils even distributed to each mentor a modest gift with a personal card. The volunteers were so excited to receive the tribute and also gave them a modest gift as a souvenir. Additionally, everybody enjoyed a fun game of bowling together and ate pizza.

Educational Training and Mentoring in co-operation with the Company Samsung:

Educational training and one-on-one mentoring meetings in the offices of Samsung with volunteers from the company. A unique and fruitful cooperation between the Ariela Foundation and the company Samsung reached its peak this quarter, during which the pupils presented their substantial accomplishments in various school subjects as well as in feedback that they gave following their work with the mentors. For instance, one pupil got a mark of 100 on a complicated math test. She attributes her success mainly to her tutor at Samsung, who went over the material with her in a comprehensive manner and who developed a strong relationship with her. Furthermore, another student attests that the mentorship she received at Samsung can be used for her as a security network that she will always be able to make use of with a mentor with whom she has a good relationship. Just before the end of the activities for this year and in light of the matriculation period that the students must undergo, a study-intense day was created in which the pupils came to receive educational assistance for a number of hours and additional days in which several pupils would come independently and of their own free will to receive additional assistance after co-ordinating in advance with the team.

Empowering Meetings
Empowering Meetings
Parents Workshops
Parents Workshops

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Apr 22, 2014

Activity Report

Elizabeth and the piano
Elizabeth and the piano

Dear freinds and supporters

I am pleased to submit a Project Report   for the  project:Promote 30 Gifted Jewish Ethiopian Students"

During this quarter we have  continued working on direction, growth and personal development of the participants.

Within the framework of the Foundation  two flagship programs "Vision" and "Star", we have continued to provide a range of empowerment activities, extra classes and exposure in the path to excellence and breakthrough.

During this quarter we have also introduced workshops and new and exciting activities as in the example of the debate workshop, the development of product technology workshops and other special activities.

In this opportunity in would like to take this opportunity to thank each one of you for your commitment to us, for being at our side and assisting us in making the change we wish to generate within the Israeli society.

The Vision program:

 The Visionprogram is a national program for promoting excellence among youth and teenagers with unique talent in various fields, based on individual tutoring and long term personal mentorship. The program's goals are to enable the participants to successfully join the field in which they excel or other quality fields of their choice, by providing the tools and resources that each student needs.

 The Ariela foundation  supports 31 students within the framework of the program (academics, students, high school and middle school pupils) from all over Israel, with unique talents and potential to excel in a wide variety of fields.

The program provides every student with special and personal support including counseling, educational direction, personal mentoring, enrichment courses, scholarships, assistance in purchasing educational equipment and support based upon the social and extended professional network.

New educational coordinator for the project:

Congratulations to Tirisit an educationalist in the Ariela foundation , upon her return from maternity leave and following her appointment as the Vision Program Coordinator. Tirisit has accumulated varied professional experience both in the private sector and in the field of education.  Inter alia she has gained great knowledge in fields such as coaching education teams, presenting seminars and building study programs, within the framework of her work as Director of Settlement Education at the Ministry of Education and AliyatHaNoar.  Tirsit has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a Master’s degree in Social Sciences, both of them from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Within the framework of the social responsibility and commitment activity some of the Vision students took part in leading activities and workshops for young students including a music   workshop, orientation for higher education, and giving private lessons.

New students  who joined  the project since our last report:

 Erez:  a bachelor degree student in the fields of law (Bar-Ilan University)

 Kumlatzeo:  a bachelor degree student in the fields of computers (The Holon Technology Institute)

 Yesimbat:  a bachelor degree student in the fields of politic and government (The Ben Gurion University)

 Yossi: a bachelor degree student in the fields of pharmacy (The Hebrew University)

 Yael:  a bachelor degree student in the fields of nursing (The Tel Aviv University)

David:  a Master's degree   student in the fields of nursing (Bar Ilan University)

Within the framework of the social responsibility and commitment activity some of the Vision students took part in leading activities and workshops for young students including a music  workshop, orientation for higher education, and giving private lessons.Continuation of the army preparation workshop for the program’s high school students who are expected to go into the army during the next two years.

Update form the project:

In this quarter we continue  the  series of meetings for students in the 10th – 12thgrades, whose goal was preparing for military service.  In the meetings the students learn about the military sorting process, the recruiting possibilities and preparing together for the interviews and various exams that  take place in their first  visit to the military.

The students have been received tens of hours of additional study hours over the last quarter, and l support in quality private schools such as theThe Jerusalem Academy High School for Music and Dance in Jerusalem,and also  enrichment activities, such as  science workshop and  Music lessons.

Counseling and Mentoring:

The counseling and individual guidance done by the coordinators.During the first  quarter  of 2014 the students enjoyed tens of hours of personal consulting on several  areas of life, continuous support over the telephone and in one-on-one meetings, and tutoring with the help of social/professional networks. 

Success Stories:

We pleased to introduce you Sagi& Elizabeth:

Sagi  immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia at the age of 3 with his grandmother and uncle.  His mother passed away in Sudan on her way to Israel.  At that time his father had been conscripted into the Ethiopian army and he has had no contact with him since then.  First they lived in the “HatserotYosef” absorption center in the city of Nahariya and afterwards they lived in Ashkelon. His grandmother died when he was 12 years old and he went to live with his aunt who assumed responsibility for bringing him up together with her five other children.  He completed high school with distinction and enrolled for a preparatory course on behalf of the “Atidim” program at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  As part of the academic reserves he was accepted for a Bachelor’s degree studies in the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Technion.  He went into the army a year ago and was placed in the Combat Engineering Corps. At the beginning of this year he began studying for a Master’s degree in the same faculty and he intends to complete his degree during his compulsory  military service,  At the same time Sagi successfully completed an officers’ course.

This year the Ariela foundation helped Sagi in the purchase of a professional computer for his work as an engineer and also in a residence scholarship thus enabling him to devote his time to his demanding studies.  Furthermore, the Ariela foundation  provides him with close support including personal and group mentoring and also assists him in making decisions connected to his course and career and economic behavior.

Elizabeth , a 7th grade student, has been studying piano playing at the Conservatory for three years, as part of the “From Risk to Chance” program.  Elizabeth was sent to the Conservatory by a   teacher at the experimental school where she studied, who told them about a small sweet girl who for a whole year had asked to receive the key to the music room at the school during every long break, in order to play on the piano. She practiced by herself, without teaching, since her parents were not able to pay for piano lessons for her. Elizabeth plays in a jazz ensemble and in several concerts, she is studying theory and three days a week she  is in a workshop.  Since Elizabeth's family lived in a small house where there was no room for a piano, she received special permission to practice every day at her school in the evening.  Just this year the family moved to a larger apartment and so the Conservatory gave her a piano. Last year Elizabeth went up a step from playing and was accepted into the Academy of Music High School in Jerusalem.  Elizabeth’s the parents support and invest great efforts in promoting their children’s education, but the family has the most basic resources.  Elizabeth is a friendly child with great learning ability. The Ariela foundation  is assisting Elizabeth with a scholarship for the Academy of Music, extra lessons as necessary and with close support including personal and group mentoring

Once again, I would like to thank you for being at our side and assisting us in making the change we wish to generate within the Israeli society.

Sagi a Civil and Environmental Engineering Student
Sagi a Civil and Environmental Engineering Student
Student from the music program
Student from the music program
Tirsit educational coordinator
Tirsit educational coordinator

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Apr 22, 2014

Activity Report

Exposure to Technology
Exposure to Technology

Dear friends and supporters;

I am pleased to attach the report for the project: Assist Ethiopian Jews Bridge Socio-Economic Gaps

During this quarter we have  continued working on direction, growth and personal development of the participants.

Within the framework of the Foundation  two flagship programs "Vision" and "Star", we have continued to provide a range of empowerment activities, extra classes and exposure in the path to excellence and breakthrough.

During this quarter we have also introduced workshops and new and exciting activities as in the example of the debate workshop, the development of product technology workshops and other special activities.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for your commitment to us, for being at our side and assisting us in making the change we wish to generate within the Israeli society.

The Star Program

The Ariela Star Program is a holistic, intensive and ongoing framework that promotes personal, educational and social growth amongst Israeli youngsters of Ethiopian origin. The main objectives for each participant include personal enrichment, development of life skills for success, obtaining a high quality high school diploma, completion of meaningful army service and academic studies.  Acceptance requirements into the program include above average grades, high levels of motivation and parental support

 1.Summary of personal talks with the coordinators summing up six month of studies:

During the academic year personal summary talks were held with the students.  The talks included a survey of the processes and activities undergone by every participant, the places where success was recorded were noted and matters requiring improvement were noted. The talks set personal targets in preparation for the second half of the academic year.  The students shared their fears and difficulties they faced with the move to the high school, but noted with great satisfaction that despite this they had succeeded in their studies and attained high grades.  Some of the participants expressed a wish for more meetings with the educational coordinators, something which sometimes was not possible due to the heavy work load of the timetable and syllabus. The participants noted that within the framework of the activities that had taken place in the first quarter, they had learned a lot about themselves and improved their self-expression skill and social integration.

The Participants speak:

Gila “Last year my mother was not happy with me, but this year she is much more satisfied, she sees that I am persisting with my studies, doing all the tasks and lessons and participating in extra lessons at ariela.  I have greatly improved thanks to the activities at the organization

Hodaya: “I used to be shy even in speaking to taxi drivers or ordering a pizza and I was ashamed to participate in school activities.  Today I am the one who speaks during activities and participates in class”.

Remarkable achievements:

 The student Biote successfully completed the first half with grades of 87 in Math and 85 in English.The student Malkman’s grades shot up and reached 85 in Math compared to 73 last year.

The student Pasika received 80 in English compared to 60 during the previous half, and 100 in Math, and achieved an average certificate grade of 92! Last year Eden failed English, in this half year she received 76

The student Ronit improved her grade in History from 75 last year to 100 this year. The student Asher achieved an average grade of 91. The student Taklala who had difficulties in English last year achieved a grade of 93 in this subject and 93 in Math.

2.The Debate workshop:

As part of the empowerment program the students took part in a special debate workshop, where they learned about the principles of “the art of argument” and tried out practical activity:

The participants were divided into two groups and raised a question for debate, with each group having a different opinion. The participants went up, one after the other, and presented their arguments to the assembly.  The question raised for debate was whether the Ministry of Education should approve schools where Ethiopian immigrants constitute more than 50% of all the students.

The workshop was conducted as a preparation for the coordinator activity on the subject of presentation and self display.

The students’ impressionsStudent “the activity gave me a lot!  I discovered that it was not too complicated to speak when you know what you want to say”. Student:  It was interesting and helpful to learn how to overcome the fear involved in standing before an audience”.

3. Exposure to Technology: 

Application Development:

As part of the Techonlogy  program, the students were invited to “Hackton” a whole day and night marathon where the students were occupied in the development of a smartphone application.  The event took place with the participation of 140 more students from all over Israel in the Google offices in Tel Aviv.  The very fact of going to the impressive building caused great excitement among the group.  The students who were divided up into work groups spent all day and night planning and afterwards developing the application using tools and technologies given to them.  Not only did the Star students “survive” the night, they also succeeded in executing several impressive ideas among them an application to help decide what to wear in the morning, an application for “online” updating of the syllabus and more.

Also in this quarter we continued varied activity in the fields of technology:

-Studying basic programming codes and at the end-developing a game

-Background in html in which the students learned how to build and design their first Internet page

-.A tour of the “Outdesk” company, an international software company.  Getting to know the structure of a Hi-tech company, getting to know the office holders and the various departments and a lecture on development

--A lecture on information security online.

-.A lecture on initiatives:  given by a design graduate of Betsalel during which the students observed a range of product development projects  and patents from all over the world and learned about the process that a product goes through from the idea stage until its actual marketing.

5.Development of leadership & getting to know Israel:

In this quarter the students sent on a two day field trip to the Lower Galilee in the North for which they had planned for about two weeks.  The process for getting ready for the trip was also an experience in itself because in this way the students gained experience in planning, studying about the nature and the environment and also activity for getting know about Israel and its borders, sights & characteristics.  Alongside this content, the students continued to get together and divided up jobs and tool responsibility. It can be summed up that the students showed  improvement and learning compared to the previous trip and the way in which they coped with difficulties.  The program coordinators positively note the adult atmosphere, the enjoyment and educational value the students gained from the trip

6.Additional activities in the Tel Aviv group:

 *An Army preparatory seminar, in conjunction with the “ZinukBaliya” org’ and the Yaffo Lev Center. Becoming acquainted with the selection process for the elite units and a lecture on rights in military service

*A communications and standing before an audience seminar led by the “Ethiopian Population Debate Club”

*Student meetings and mentoring with Samsung where the students continue to meet and reinforce the relationship with the tutors.

*A guest lecture by the founder of the Mimouna website that specializes in raising funds for projects via the Internet

A window to Hi-tech: a lecture on the Hi-tech’s world, what curves exist, what are the salary ranges offered and how to integrate into the field

7.Good deeds day:

The ness Ziona group activity:

Volunteering on the Good Deeds Day at the welfare after school club in Ness Ziona.  They volunteered together with tutors from “El Op”.  The students and the tutors prepared activities for the children including a creativity corner and costumes for Purim, questionnaires with prizes, and they also helped in designing and arranging the place, planted flowers and plants in window boxes, drew attractive pictures on the walls and more.  Finally the students took the after school club children and played ball games with them in the yard.The students summed up the day as a great personal experience.  “The first time I feel like I have made a contribution”, “The activity with the children made me think about things and appreciate myself more…”

The Tel Aviv group activity:

The students, accompanied by volunteers from Samsung company volunteered at the “Gil” special education school where children with learning difficulties such as cerebral palsy, autism and various syndromes  study with the aim of cheering them up before Purim. Notwithstanding the many difficulties anticipated in advance and despite the students being deterred by the meeting with the pupils at the school due to their disabilities, the coordinator and the volunteers did the best they could in order to cheer up the school pupils and with the aim of giving the students a personal example and confidence.  The students and volunteers got the pupils into the festive atmosphere via various activities such as singing together, dancing together and distributing gifts  for Purim

8.Additional notable activities during the quarter:

 Exposure to higher educationactivities and discussion on the subject of the method of selecting a course and getting to know the new fields and subjects

Ambitions and life choices:watching a film about a person suffering from Tourette’s Syndrome and his success despite the difficulty.  A discussion of the subject of  believing in oneself, setting goals and sticking to a task

Presentation before the public: Every student tried to convey a subject before the group and received feedback.  In this activity the students learned about the best way of presenting a subject effectively and provoking interest

 

 

once again thank you for standing by us, enabling us to continue working in order to promote excellence among young people of Ethiopian origin in Israel.

The Debate workshop
The Debate workshop
Good deeds day
Good deeds day
Development of leadership & getting to know Israel
Development of leadership & getting to know Israel

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