Highlights From 2004
The Jewish Agency is making things happen. Check out our highlights page periodically and see how we are partnering with purpose to secure our Jewish future. Read incredible aliyah stories. Learn about exciting educational programs in Israel for young adults all over the world. See how we are intensifying our partnerships with world Jewry to effect transformative change for the next generation.
|December 17, 2003|
|December 22, 2003|
Shalom, The Jewish Agency for Israel, together with the Ministry of Immigrant Absorption and the Union of Local Authorities, are running a new project: Our goal is to ensure
|December 24, 2003|
At Home - Together - 33 young olim - participants in the Kedma program for Ethiopians living at the Yafit absorption center in Arad - are the guests of the local Lions
|January 11, 2004|
In light of the success of the "At Home Together" program the program will be expanded to 40 cities with a concentration of Olim. This was a decision of the program's national steering committee.
|January 15, 2004|
Nature and Still Life - Vladimir Cichenko The Northern Gallery in Haifa presents a Nature and Still Life exhibit
|January 19, 2004|
Close to 300 teenagers, high school seniors at Jewish schools, were aboard the jumbo jet from South Africa that landed in Ben Gurion Airport in early January.
|January 19, 2004|
Clean air, great climate, tranquility - those are just some of the reasons cited for moving to Tsukim, a new community in Israel's south.
|January 22, 2004|
Orli Vaknin from Jerusalem, who was injured in the attack at the Hebrew University, and Ayangesh Gebeye who wounded in the attack at entrance to the Netanya souk, at scholarship award ceremony of the
|February 03, 2004|
Adam Engel from Baltimore recounts his experience on the MDA Volunteers Program The University of Maryland Hillel
|February 04, 2004|
Some 10,000 Jewish youngsters, age 8 to 25, around the world are currently taking part in Jewish Agency winter camps (in the US, Europe, and the former Soviet Union) and summer camps (in South
|February 10, 2004|
Over 300 new immigrants taking part in Jewish Agency programs for young adults (Selah, Ulpan Kibbutz) in the north of Israel took part in a colorful Tu B’Shvat happening on an IDF base (the Shimshon
|February 12, 2004|
Hundreds of needy children will receive free dental treatment thanks to a NIS 850,000 contribution from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation through the Jewish Agency.
|February 19, 2004|
Jewish physicians from Midwestern communities that are part of the Central Region Consortium in the Jewish Agency's Partnership 2000 program will come to the Western Galilee immediately, if a
|March 04, 2004|
Purim celebrations are already underway at the Jewish Agency’s Sapir Absorption Center in Kiryat Yam.
|March 09, 2004|
Patients in the geriatric ward of Ziv Hospital in Tzfat also experienced true Purim cheer.
|March 15, 2004|
One of the greatest problems facing new immigrants is the ability to network, find jobs and open businesses.
|March 15, 2004|
The number of British teenagers signed up for Israel tour programs have doubled since last year, according to an interim report by the Jewish Agency UK.
|March 18, 2004|
Aviel Avraham, Faith Segal and Yanina Navel (in the red sweater) together with the Baltimore communal leaders.
|March 24, 2004|
By Daniel Horowitz Teachers explain
|March 25, 2004|
On March 9, 2004 a group of 25 new immigrants from the Shocham absorption center in Tiberias joined the Amidar Company and the Department of Social Services for a special project.