Israeli Charity Offers Therapy To Quake Survivors In Japan
An Israeli humanitarian relief group is holding seminars for Japanese mothers, kindergarten teachers and caregivers in areas affected by the March disaster to enable them to better look after children traumatized by the earthquake and tsunami.
December 10, 2011
‘Limb Factory’ Gives Life Back To Disabled From All Over The World
Few could imagine what is going on inside the small warehouse overlooking Israel's Ben Gurion Airport. Scattered throughout the space, hundreds of limbs are piled onto each other: arms, legs, some painted the color of human flesh, others colored deep hues. It is here that patients come from all over the world to be fitted with prosthetic limbs.
September 16, 2011
Israel Medical Teams Focus Attention On Japan Quake, Build 7 Facilities
Three days after the earthquake leveled Haiti last year, Israeli medical teams set up a hospital in a soccer field with equipment and supplies unheard of in the rest of the broken city. Now Israel has erected 7 medical buildings at Japan's "ground zero."
April 10, 2011
In Wake Of Japan Quake, Israelis & Jordanians Work Together
Although Jordan and Israel have long had their differences, the possibility of earthquakes in the Syrian-African Rift inspired a cooperation between the Arab and Jewish country.
March 28, 2011
Japan Quake: Israel Develops Tool To Better Predict Earthquakes
Israeli geologists have unveiled a new tool that allows researchers to learn critical lessons for the future by understanding patterns of seismic activity in the past.
March 28, 2011