• Cadena: Mexico’s Committee for Natural Disasters and Emergencies

Cadena is a non-profit organization founded in 2008 by the Jewish Community of Mexico to provide a proactive response to the consequences of natural disasters in Mexico. Since 2008, Cadena has made 33 deliveries of humanitarian aid throughout the country, helping victims of hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, floods, droughts, and frosts, among other disasters. They have delivered more than 800 tons of food and 20,000 pieces of clothing. "Mano a Mano" (“Hand to Hand”) deliveries are accompanied by doctors and dentists to provide emergency medical attention. Cadena’s mission is to reduce the vulnerability of the population living in constant risk of natural disasters with the goal of creating a culture of prevention and inclusion. For more information see: www.cadena.org.mx

  • NALA Foundation

NALA is a non-profit organization affiliated with The Center for Emerging Tropical Diseases and AIDS at Ben-Gurion University, Israel and the Infectious Disease Control Programs in Africa. NALA’s goals are to Fight Infectious Diseases and Overcome Poverty particularly in Africa. In Ethiopia, NALA developed a comprehensive program - integrating health education and mass drug administration for deworming large populations in Ethiopia. NALA's intervention programs consist of Health Education, Mass Drug Administration, Capacity Building Workshops, Trainings, Water Supply and Sanitation, Monitoring and Evaluation. NALA has developed programs that are built around volunteers. The volunteers’ main role is the reinforcement of health education as part and parcel of tropical disease eradication program. For more information see: www.nalafoundation.org

  •   Fair Planet

Fair Planet is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase food security and provide new economic opportunities for the millions stuck in poverty. Fair Planet is engaged in a unique and long-term technology transfer process. They are are facilitating access of smallholder farmers to seed of the highest-quality vegetable varieties suitable for their needs and training the farmers to use these seeds with minimal changes to their traditional production practices. Trained farmers will gain the opportunity to grow and sell significant crop yields and will benefit from economic growth. In collaboration with the University of Gondar, Project TEN is conducting research to identify the types of produce that will provide the most sustainable crop production in the region. For more information see: http://www.fairplanetseeds.com 

  • Energiya Global 

Energiya Global develops affordable solar projects worldwide, with the goal of providing clean electricity for 50 million people by 2020. Their vision is for a world in which developing nations will be powered predominantly by clean, safe, renewable energy. Clean energy will not be a luxury that only wealthy nations can afford, but will be the energy of choice for lifting people in developing countries out of poverty. Energiya Global mobilizes the ingenuity and the values of Israel and the Jewish People to reduce the world's dependence on fossil fuels and empower people globally. For more information see: http://energiyaglobal.com/ 

  • Masa-Tlalim

Masa-Tlalim works to make it as easy as possible for young Jewish adults to go to Israel. They offer grants and scholarships to help make the experience more affordable. All Masa-Tlalim participants are eligible to apply for universal grants and need-based scholarships towards the cost of the program. Masa-Tlalim is a leading provider of Israel-based programs funded by Masa Israel. Masa-Tlalim is a part of Tlalim Group, a pioneer of Israeli tourism for the past 30 years. They are also part of Authentic Israel, the parent company of Israel Outdoors Birthright. Take a look at Masa-Tlalim Grant and Scholarship Policy to find out more about eligibility criteria and for information about what you’ll need to apply. For more information: http://www.masa-tlalim.com

  •   Sha’ar L’Adam

Sha'ar La'Adam was founded in 2002 during an encounter between Jewish and Arab residents of villages in the Galilee, which gave rise to a slightly different reality, one based on many years' relationship between neighbors from varied ethnic backgrounds. Thus the idea was born, to found a place where people from various cultures can meet and learn from each other, out of an obligation to share and create together resources, knowledge and culture. In recent years, we have been witnessing a vision turning into reality. Project TEN, together with Sha'ar La'Adam has created an educational community center, in which connections and relationships develop between various cultures, whilst respecting and valuing the people and nature around us. For more information: http://www.adam-insan.org.il

  • Olam

Project TEN is proud to be a member of OLAM, a broad coalition of partner organizations, working together to raise awareness in the global Jewish community of the importance of supporting the world’s most vulnerable communities and to improve the quality of our work on the ground. For more information: http://olamtogether.org/ 

  • The South African Zionist Federation (SAZF)

The South African Zionist Federation is the umbrella organisation responsible for all aspects of Zionist activity inthe Jewish community of South Africa. The KwaZulu-Natal Zionist Council (KNZC) is affiliated to the SAZF promoting love of Israel amongst the Durban Jewish community. For more information see: www.sazionfed.co.za 

  • Brit Olam 

Brit Olam International Volunteering and Development is an Israeli public association established in 2005. Their activities include developing and executing community-based development programs to reduce poverty and vulnerability in developing countries, as well as providing relief and rehabilitation projects in states of humanitarian crises. Brit Olam leadership is composed of practitioners and academics in the fields of development and civil society as well as concerned citizens from the Israeli business and diplomatic sectors. Members and activists come from diverse fields, including education, law, medicine, psychiatry, social work, clinical psychology, business, community development and international development. For more information see: http://www.britolam.org/

  • Jewish Healthcare International (JHI)

JHI is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of, and access to, healthcare services available to communities in need throughout the world. Through the utilization of teams of U.S. and international volunteer healthcare professionals, JHI is able to provide ongoing healthcare education, training and services to those in need, thereby enhancing the medical infrastructure of the communities served. For more information see: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jewish-healthcare-international 

  • American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization. Since 1914, JDC has exemplified that all Jews are responsible for one another and for improving the well-being of vulnerable people around the world. Today, JDC works in more than 70 countries and in Israel to alleviate hunger and hardship, rescue Jews in danger, create lasting connections to Jewish life, and provide immediate relief and long-term development support for victims of natural and man-made disasters. For more information see: http://www.jdc.org/ 

  • Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation (MASHAV)

Israel's official international development cooperation program was launched in late 1957 with the aim of sharing with the rest of the developing world the know-how and technologies which provided the basis for Israel's own rapid development. MASHAV, the Hebrew acronym for Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation, was established as a division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. For more information see: http://mfa.gov.il/MFA/mashav 

  • LaMetayel

Israel's largest camping and travel equipment shop carries a full range of Lonely Planet guides and is a prime source of information for Israeli backpackers. A worthwhile stop – for kit or tips– if you'll be doing any camping, eg along the Jesus Trail, around the Sea of Galilee or in the Dead Sea area. For more information see: www.lametayel.co.il 

  • Lotan Green Apprenticeship

The Green Apprenticeship (GA) in Kibbutz Lotan is a sustainable development and permaculture design course. Project TEN offers a joint program Kibbutz Lotan. The GA trains apprentices to understand and be able to identify and create sustainable solutions for social, economical and ecological issues facing critical industries such as agriculture, water, energy, waste management, construction, and more. For more information: www.kibbutzlotan.com/green-apprenticeship 

  • Glocal

The Glocal Community-Development Studies program is an innovative M.A. program in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The 18-month international program aims to provide students with the academic theory and background, as well as professional skills and tools to work with communities across the globe.  An integral part of the program is a four months internship with an international NGO in a developing country, held during third semester of the program. For more information see: http://glocal.huji.ac.il/