The development of an international network of Capacity Building, Community and Volunteer Centers in Under-Industrialized Countries, is founded on the core values of of brotherhood, solidarity and joint actualization of the universal values of the Jewish culture; love of mankind, recognition of the social and civil rights of all of humanity, and a commitment towards solidarity and peace between peoples and nations. The purpose of the centers is to provide broad and diverse knowledge and expertise and contribute towards creating a better world through these activities for developing communities, while advancing the UN goal of increasing sustainability.
In the summer of 2012 the South Sudanese community was deported from Israel to their young country. The 500 children found themselves in one of the poorest countries in the world facing challenges they were not prepared for. Members of the community together with a group of Israelis have joined forces to bring the children […]
In the summer of 2012 the South Sudanese community was deported from Israel to their young country. The 500 children found themselves in one of the poorest countries in the world facing challenges they were not prepared for. Members of the community together with a group of Israelis have joined forces to bring the children back […]
Uganda Community Art Skill Development and Recycling (UCASDR) is a program that links art and craft work to environmental concerns through recycling skills development and innovation in Uganda. It also uses art and craft work to address health issues and cultivating of entrepreneurial skills to the local development in the local communities. LOCATION: NAMULANDA The volunteer […]
People’s concern Children’s Project (PCCP) is a local Ugandan Charity striving to instill fundamental life skills into disadvantaged children in its community and empower them to create a better future for themselves. The project aims to cultivate this deal through basic education including instruction in reading, writing, computer skills, public speaking, and craft making […]
Uganda Project-Nazareth Kindergarten Overview The Nazareth Child Care educates over 60 children between the ages of 3-6 each year. The kindergarten, which is managed by local staff and supported by volunteers, serves as a source of education and enriches the children’s development. It also provides the children with adequate nourishment and scholarships to continue their […]
Inspiration Arts’s Executive Director was invited to speak at the Social Innovation in Africa Symposium, by the Israeli Academic Center for Social Enterprise at the Social Work School, Tel Aviv University. We used the stage to present our international collaboration with Brit Olam, the Israeli Volunteers Association, IGI and TAG – and now with the […]
Over the summer, our wonderful volunteers helped PCCP prepare for the upcoming school year. Providing materials such as notebooks for the students, helping build and repair the school itself, and painting new blackboards for the students and teachers are only a few of the necessities the volunteers helped to provide.
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