5790 and 2019 might appear to be random numbers, but both tell powerful stories about us as individuals and as a community. Hadassah Australia Executive Director, Ruth Ramone Rosen, reflects on the meaning behind the numbers. Read more
Barely 11% of Ethiopian Jewish students reach university in Israel, compared to 42% of their counterparts in the general population. This worrying statistic is behind a ground-breaking agreement between Hadassah Australia and the United Israel Appeal. Read more
ISRAEL’S Ethiopian community has been thrust into the spotlight following the tragic death of a 19-year-old teenager on June 30 Read more
Hadassah is committed to advancing and developing the field of medicine in Israel. Read more
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The Ethiopian nursing scholarship program plays a vital role in ensuring the future of the nursing profession in Israel. Hadassah is facilitating the training of nurses from underprivileged Ethiopian communities and ensuring ethnic and cultural representation in the field of nursing.
The Jerusalem Crisis Intervention Center (JCIC) is saving young lives in a city with the highest rate of youth trauma in Jerusalem, where many of the young clients who come to the JCIC have a time-critical need.
The weekly cost for medical clowns to work 54 hours at Hadassah
JERUSALEM — To many, the term “Middle East peace” represents the impossible dream, if not the ultimate contradiction in terms. But there is a place in the region where Jews, Muslims, and Christians meet peacefully every day on the basis of shared concerns and a sense of humanity.
It’s not a country, though it is older than many of the nations in the vicinity. Nor is it a mirage, though the desert is within view.
It’s the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem. Read more
A breakthrough Israeli study published in the European Journal of Pediatrics shows that group therapy delivered by a medical clown to young children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) led to significant improvement over time in word production, play reciprocity and amount of social smiles as compared with other interventions. Read more