The number of elderly Arabs is expected to double by 2045.
Bituach Leumi (National Insurance) published a short and overdue report from past data on poverty and inequality in Israel.
Compared to the year before, some 268,000 new households - around 3% of the population - were pushed into poverty.
The Jerusalem Post learns about special projects for Israel’s poorest populations.
Out of the total NIS 480 billion budget, not one shekel was apportioned to address food insecurity, meaning food for people in need.
The Housing and Construction Ministry and Amidar split units rather than purchasing or building new ones in order to provide more housing and meet the vast demand for public housing.
The minister-without-portfolio's page on Wikipedia was changed temporarily to open with the words "Tzachi Hanegbi is a corrupt, opportunistic pig."
Alkire was recognized for her exceptional contribution to the understanding of the dynamics and implications of poverty.
Yad Ezra v’Shulamit is one of the largest food distribution organizations in Israel. Yet, even with its Herculean efforts they reach only a quarter of those in need.
Addressing one of the ramifications of poverty by a government-led food rescue program