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Hadassah Australia supports healthcare and collaborative medical research programs that connect the Australian community with Israel



Achotenu Scholarships

University Scholarships in Health for young Ethiopian-Israelis.

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Rehabilitation

The Gandel Rehabilitation Center is Australia’s gift to Jerusalem.

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Healing

Programs for healing & recovery from trauma and violence. 

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Support for Children

Programs for mental health,  wellbeing & development of Israeli children.

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Medical Research

We support medical research & knowledge exchange via AUSiMED.

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Emergency

Reaching out globally to provide care and assistance in emergencies.

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Gandel Rehabilitation Center
Gandel Rehabilitation Center

World-class facility in Jerusalem for much-needed rehabilitation services for the people of Israel, opening 2024.

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Bat Ami Center
Bat Ami Center

24-hour facility for victims of trauma and violence for immediate and ongoing support for survivors and team members.

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Achotenu Scholarships in Health
Achotenu Scholarships in Health

Hadassah-Achotenu Ethiopian-Israeli Scholarships in Health help resolve Israel’s chronic Nursing and OT Shortages.

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Inspired by the vision and values of Henrietta Szold

Inspired by the vision and values of Hadassah Founder, Henrietta Szold, Hadassah Australia is committed to creating a thriving, diverse, equal and inclusive Israel by supporting healthcare programs. 

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In Jerusalem on 8 August, the Gandel Rehabilitation Center was dedicated in the presence of the Israeli Minister of Health, Nitzan Horowitz and John Gandel AC, Pauline Gandel AC, their daughter Lisa Thurin and a large number of dignitaries.

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I was talking to my ten-year-old granddaughter recently. She is a student at Bialik College in Melbourne. The student population is divided into three “houses” – Herzl, Weizmann and Szold. My granddaughter is a member of Szold, and I couldn’t be happier.

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What is it about meeting people face-to-face that excites and moves us? What was so special about hosting our inspiring Achotenu program graduate, Inbal Hanania, in Melbourne and Sydney, along with the wonderful program director, Judy Lowy?

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Graduate Inbal Hanania visited Melbourne and Sydney in May. Together with Judy Lowy, Senior Director of La'Ofek, our Israeli partner organisation, Inbal shared her life journey into nursing.


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