"It was this Israeli technology that enabled us to affect the lives of hundreds and hundreds of people in this rural village in Malawi."
A round-up of news from around Israel.
After meeting Theresa May, the prime minister's office released Patel's resignation letter in which she apologized for causing "a distraction" from the work of government.
Whether they were Jewish or Arab, religious or secular, new immigrants or veterans speaking in Hebrew, Arabic, English or Russian, the message was always the same – enough bloodshed on both sides.
A look back on the year that was makes one think that it wasn't all bad news for Israel. In fact, it was a year full of uplifting developments.
Israeli nonprofit ‘Innovation: Africa’ is working on the ground in 147 African villages.
Tech Talks program focuses on innovation and employment opportunities.
Now solar energy has been brought to 104 African villages, and one million people have access to water.
Sivan Ya’ari is providing solar panels to remote African villages, granting much-needed electricity and access to water using Israeli technology.