Moving the Galilee Forward

Advancing Israel's social and geographic periphery in the north is a national priority, with plans to encourage half a million people to move to the Galilee.

October 7, 2018 13:07
Welcoming visitors to the Friendship House community center in Kiryat Bialik

Welcoming visitors to the Friendship House community center in Kiryat Bialik. (photo credit: LILAH WEISS KKL-JNF)


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An in-depth feature on how KKL-JNF helps move the Galilee forward in the fields of community development, educational advancement, agriculture, water management, tourism and more. All projects are carried out in cooperation with key governmental bodies, stake-holders and local residents.

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