Be-Atzmi

Be-Atzmi

 

Be-Atzmi's goal is to provide the necessary tools and support for underprivileged populations in order to allow them to find stable employment and escape a life of poverty.

In Israel today there are hundreds of thousands of unemployed or under-employed men and women, who are in need of support and aid in order to integrate into the workforce or upgrade their occupational status.

The annual Poverty Report, published by the Israeli National Insurance Institute, reveals a direct link between unemployment and poverty, with approximately 68.9% of families without an employed member falling below the poverty line. This state of affairs necessitates the development and operation of professional services which will enable the unemployed to gainfully participate in the workforce in Israel. Be-Atzmi has the experience and ability to perform this much needed task.

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PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTED
PROGRAM NAME ISSUES/TAGS
Be-Atzmi: Mifne-Massar
The Mifne-Massar (in Hebrew: Turning Point, in Arabic: Pathway) program has been successfully implemented since 2006 and has addressed the employment-related needs of target audiences ranging from young Jewish women to Arab women over age 45. Boastin ...
Economic Development, Employment, Negev Bedouin, Women, job placement and training, poverty
Be-Atzmi: Eshet Chayil
Eshet Chayil was developed by Joint-Israel in 1995 in order to provide culturally sensitive employment assistance to Ethiopian women in Israel. At first the program was focused on helping Ethiopian women, and throughout the years the program expanded ...
Economic Development, Employment, Women, job placement and training, poverty
Be-Atzmi: Riyadiya / Eshet Chayil
Riyadiya/Eshet Chayil (“Woman of Valor”) program: This Ministry of Welfare program provides employment training to Arab women who have 10-12 years of education. Originally developed by JDC in the 1990's for Ethiopian-Israeli women imm ...
Economic Development, Employment, Women, job placement and training, poverty
Mifne
MIFNE (In Hebrew: A Turning Point) - Advancing employment for various target populations: 18-35-year-olds, 45-60-year-olds, new immigrants, the Arab population, women and single mothers.
Employment, job placement and training, welfare and social services