תוכניות ופעילויות



אירועים בקהילה האתיופית תוכניות לנוער תוכניות לגיל היסודי תוכניות לגיל הרך

Hanukkah Book Fair

 The Sigd Holiday

 Freda Aklum

Summary of 6 years of activity of the Ethiopian National Project, in appreciation for the work of Freda Aklum z”l.

Soccer Club

Team players are gathered from different disadvantaged neighborhoods in the city with the ultimate goal of giving them a leg up by way of their talents and love for soccer despite the economic limitations of their backgrounds. Read more>>

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The Coor'at Group

Coor'at ("Pride") is project for the development of stage talents, including dance, music, and theater arts. Read more>>

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BaMa'aleh 1st-2nd

The program is intended for children in 1st and 2nd grade identified through school visits, home visits, and requests from social services. The children receive support and help with schoolwork after school hours. Read more>>

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BaMa'aleh 3rd-4th

This is an after-school framework that includes help with schoolwork, emotional and social support, experiential enrichment for the individual and in small groups which allows advancement and personal and group support. Read more>>

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Excellence in Tennis

Encouragement of excellence for members of the Ethiopian in the area of tennis, creating social and sports involvement of the Ethiopian community together with the general population. Read more>>

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Parents' Cooperative Pre-School Program

This is a very unique and special program. The educational approach behind the program places the culture of the parents in the center in addition to the incorporation of Israeli culture. Read more>>

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Home Visiting Program

The program is based on the legitimization of the home culture, in the belief that every community arrives with a vast treasure chest of cultural values and a unique identity that should be honored and preserved. Read more>>

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