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3. Updating 2012 Budget

 

WHEREAS the Board of Governors, by resolution of February 28, 2012, approved the operating budget for activities financed by unrestricted funds, fee for services income and designated funds of the Jewish Agency for Israel for the Fiscal Year January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 (hereinafter – “the February Budget”); and

 

WHEREAS the February Budget showed $0.69 million as "Additional Cuts in Programs to be allocated";

 

It is hereby resolved:

 

1.     To increase the framework of the operating budget of the Jewish Agency for Israel for the Fiscal Year January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012, so that the current aggregate amount of $332.132 million as approved in the February Budget is increased by $0.988 million to a total sum of $333.120 million and to apply changes from the February Budget as detailed below:

 

     U.S. dollars in thousands

Income

Changes from February Budget

 

Fee for services - Morasha

2,933

 

Other Fee for services - detailed below

-1,945

Grand Total

 

988

 

Expenditure

Changes from February Budget

Community Services

Morasha (Fee for services)

2,933

Total

 

2,933

Other Changes in Fee for services:

Israel Experiences

 

Onward Israel

-525

Teen Programs in Israel

-780

Shlichim and Israel Fellows

Shlichim (JAFI Shlichim Worldwide)

140

Community Educators (Shlichim)

-343

Pre Shlichut Costs and Training for Shlichim

120

Ongoing and Supervision Shlichut Costs 

-155

Israeli Teachers

-54

 

Aliyah, Klita and Rescue

 

Absorption Centers and Temporary Absorption Apartments

-380

Group flights - Aliyah on a Red Carpet

-90

Initial Furnishings for Ethiopian Olim

100

Activities  with Russian Speaking Jews

Preparation for Aliyah (FSU)

8

Programs with Former Soviet Union Emigrants

50

Community Services

Overseas Education Activities

-27

Jewish Agency Wide Projects and Organizational Activities

Makom

-9

Total

-1,945

Grand Total

 

988

 

 

 

 

2. To implement the "Additional Cuts in Programs to be allocated", approved by the Board of

    Governors in February, as detailed below:

 

                                           U.S. dollars in thousands

Program

Changes from February Budget

Activities financed by Unrestricted Funds:

 

  Aliyah, Klita and Rescue

Olim Flights

-690

  General

Additional Cuts in Programs to be allocated

690

  Total

 

-

 

 

3. To make additional budget transfers in the budget as detailed below:

 

     U.S. dollars in thousands

Program

Changes from February Budget

Activities financed by Unrestricted Funds:

 

Israel Experiences

 

Young adults centers (connect)

-79

Program Implementation (Israel Experiences)

-236

Total

-315

Shlichim and Israel Fellows

Community Educators (Shlichim)

180

Pre Shlichut Costs and Training for Shlichim

315

Ongoing and Supervision Shlichut Costs

-385

Program Implementation (Shlichim and Israel Fellows)

43

Total

153

Young Activism

Youth Futures

-100

At Home Together and Olim Associations

-19

Program Implementation (Young Activism)

30

Total

-89

Partnerships

Partnering Together

-23

International School Twinning Network

2

Developing Small-Business Initiatives

-23

Total

-44

Aliyah, Klita and Rescue

 

Absorption Centers and Temporary Absorption Apartments

613

Aliyah Services and Eligibility

21

Young Adults' Programs- Selah, Kibbutz Ulpan, Student Authority and First Home in the Homeland

147

Initial Ulpanim

520

Olim Flights

-569

Program Implementation (Aliyah and Klita)

289

Total

1,021


 

Program

Changes from February Budget

Activities financed by Unrestricted Funds:

 

Activities with Russian Speaking Jews

Shlichim in FSU

158

Preparation for Aliyah (FSU)

790

Ulpanim, Sunday Schools and Jewish Literacy

75

Pre and Post Israel Experience Programs

-32

Programs with Former Soviet Union Emigrants

97

Program Implementation (FSU)

-1,249

Total

-161

Community Services

(not including FSU)

Preparation for Aliyah

116

Overseas Education Activities

-135

Worldwide Community Representatives

-12

Total

-31

Programs- General

Programs Management

-33

Required cost reductions - Units' management

500

Total

467

JAFI Wide Projects

and Organizational activities

Makom

-1

Total

-1

Executive Offices

Secretary General and Government Relations

39

Board of Governors, Assembly and GA

-94

Total

-55

Resources Development and Public Affairs

Corporate Marketing

-45

Resources Development and Public Affairs – Israel

100

Total

55

General

Financial Expenses (net)

-1,000

Total

-1,000

Grand Total

-

 

 

4. To make additional budget transfers in the capital budget as detailed below:

    

     U.S. dollars in thousands

Capital Budget

Changes from February Budget

Applications:

 

Renovation of absorption centers

-700

 

Fire safety and building stability

350

 

Fixed assets and general properties

-350

 

Internet site

700

Grand Total

-

 

 

Approved by the Plenary

June 27, 2012


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