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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.

$0 raised
Bat Ami Center
Bat Ami Center

Caring for victims of sexual assault and violence at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem

$10,673 raised
Achotenu Scholarships in Health
Achotenu Scholarships in Health

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

$9,100 raised

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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For the first time in Israel, a baby underwent a brain catheterization through the umbilical cord immediately after birth. The cord was intentionally left uncut so that the procedure could be done.

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Hadassah Australia is no stranger to the Bat Ami (in Hebrew “daughter of my people”) Center, a facility dedicated to immediate response for victims of sexual assault.

Newsletters

Welcome to Hadassah Australia's September newsletter, where we share our news, achievements and views with you.

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Today as we celebrate the 125th anniversary of the first Zionist Congress, we're proud that that one person, Hadassah founder, Henrietta Szold, took Theodor Herzl seriously.


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