Arab Israeli Conflict
Middle East News
Hi Tech News
For years Israel’s GDP per capita grew by 2% to 2.5% per year; however, from 2012 to 2016 it slowed to an average annual growth rate of about .9%
22% of Israel's population live in poverty, according to the latest report.
"A State of the Nation 2017," produced by the Taub Center, offers a snapshot of the socioeconomic condition of Israel in 2017.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Opposition leader MK Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union) blamed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) for the bleak report.
The study also found that most of the gaps in per-client budget allocation can be explained by the different care frameworks for the needy.
“We are throwing away good food people can eat and nobody is doing anything to fix it.”
By SARAH LEVI
The land is predicted to grow enough produce to feed about 2,700 people daily.
Meet just a few of the survivors whose lives have been changed by the “Aviv for Holocaust Survivors” Organization.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
"There are too many hardships and too few responses in education, welfare, health, law enforcement and the protection of children."
When compared to other OECD countries, Israel still has the highest poverty rates of all developed countries.
1,412,000 adults and 1,024,000 children live under the poverty line, with 1 in 3 poor children skipping meals.
Please insert a valid email address