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Education and welfare projects

Education & Welfare Projects

ESRA, founded in 1979 as a non-profit, is Israel's largest English-speaking community, aiding the integration of olim while working toward equality in Israeli society. ESRA aims to help diminish educational and social gaps, especially in the socio-geographic periphery, focusing on education and excellence programs and enhancing personal and social skills in a safe and supportive environment. We also integrate English-speaking immigrants into these projects, helping them feel useful and contributing members of society, thereby serving our two significant aims.

Computer Course at Enosh

Learning basic computer skills, Internet and social media, at Enosh Center. Ramat Hasharon

Rationale

Mentally challenged people can cause social isolation. To help this group communicate and be a functioning, integrated part of society, they need skills for using a computer or other digital device

Target Audience

15 Adults from the Enosh organization

Objectives

Social reinforcement

Duration

Once a week, September to June

Results

The coordinator feels that there is high satisfaction from the activity
The course greatly contributes to the informal activity
Moderate social reinforcement

Location

Ramat Hasharon

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