Israel emergency aid

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Rescue nation

One category which Israelis are especially proud is the country’s global role in disaster relief.

ZAKA – Ready for Whatever Tomorrow Brings

“This emergency preparedness is the lifeblood of our volunteer organization. No-one knows where the next accident or mass casualty incident will strike," explained ZAKA's International Director.

By PROMO CONTENT
29/08/2018
A UNITED HATZALAH ambucycle is seen with Jerusalem in the background

Private companies join forces with Hatzalah against MDA

The number of emergency ambulances will be doubled.

Ivan Carranza, 24, with his daughter, Maikelis, immigrants from Venezuela

Jewish NGO Cadena dives into largest humanitarian crisis in South America

CADENA was created 12 years ago by a group of Mexican Jews who brought humanitarian aid to towns affected by flooding from hurricanes.

By COURTESY
31/05/2018
A doctor stands with stethoscope in this undated handout photo.

Israeli doctors perform lifesaving spinal surgeries in Ethiopia

The patients, all aged 18 and under, had spine deformities so severe that they were causing potentially lethal complications.

By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
27/03/2018

Une lumière parmi les nations

Focus sur l’organisation IsraAID qui intervient aux quatre coins du monde pour secourir les victimes de catastrophes naturelles

Israeli military, search and rescue organization set out to help Mexico recover

“It is impossible to describe the scope of the disaster. Millions of people are without power, there is great confusion and distress."

Israeli rescue team ready to provide Mexico earthquake aid

In August, an iAID team of 10 relief professionals traveled to Texas in order to assist communities affected by Hurricane Harvey.

By JPOST.COM STAFF , REUTERS
08/09/2017

Israeli NGO iAid sends relief team to Texas

In the long term, iAid hopes to help with technological needs of the community, such as water purification, using Israel innovations.

People carry away food and items in Regent town, Sierra Leone

Envoy says Israel was the first country to get aid to Sierra Leone

Within 24 hours of of hearing from the country’s national security adviser that Sierra Leone needed food for survivors, Israel had sent supplies expected to provide nourishment for three days.

17/08/2017
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