A drive to recruit young Jewish women and men for volunteer positions in various poor and developing regions around the world was launched in New York, as part of the Jewish Agency’s Ten (“give” in Hebrew. -Ed.) program.
The project’s aim is to recruit 3,000 volunteers, who will be dispersed to three locations around the world: Ghana, Mexico, and Ethiopia. Others could also be recruited to work at the operating centers in Arad and Harduf.
The launch event was held under the auspices of the Consul General of Israel in New York Ido Aharoni, with many representatives of Jewish communities, diplomats, donors, Jewish Agency emissaries, and young people who had previously served in the volunteer centers all in attendance.
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