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At the invitation of René Troccaz, General Consul of France in Jerusalem, Myriam Fedida, the director of FSJU Israel, met Mr. Ronan Le Gleut, the senator representing French national living abroad and a member of the Foreign Affairs, Defense and Armed Forces Committee. This visit preceded the trip of President Macron, which Ariel Goldmann, the […]

ALUT – The Society for Children and Adults with Autism

Helping handicapped children Helping the handicapped is an essential focus of action of the FSJU. The Beit Rachel-Strauss High School in Jerusalem, among others, a pioneer of an innovative method for autistic children, is one of the new frameworks supported by the FSJU in 2019. The method of managing the irritation and stress of children […]

Global Avenir

Stimulating humanitarian commitment – “Global Avenir” The new FSJU program in Israel, “Global Avenir” [Global future], is directed at training young francophones for the challenges of the humanitarian and social sector by offering them theoretical teaching and practical training in Israel and abroad to prepare for a lifetime service to humanity. The “Global Avenir” platform, […]

Jaffa Institute

For the reintegration of women at risk – “Jaffa Institute” A program run by the Israeli association, the Jaffa Institute, “From welfare to well-being” provides women from underprivileged areas with comprehensive support in order to allow them to escape poverty. It allows these women to receive the means to rebuild themselves and their long term professional […]


In 2019, 2.3 million people, of which more than one million were children, lived below the poverty line in Israel. In the face of these numbers, FSJU Israel has made it a priority the fight against this poverty, especially in terms of food.For many years, FSJU Israel has supported the “Nutritional Security” program of Latet […]

Talpiot village

A new home for every child – “Talpiot village”   A new structure supported by the FSJU in Israel, the Hadera children’s village of the “Talpiot Community for its children” association aims to take in at-risk children from the ages of 5 to 22 years old (children sent by the social service or placed by […]

Un Toit pour Tous

Finding housing in dignity- “Un Toit pour Tous” The “Toit pour Tout” [Roof for all] program, run in conjunction with the Lev Haimaot [Heart of mothers] association, aims to help francophones families in great poverty, threatened by expulsion or without housing.It aims at quick action in emergencies to relocate families and provide with the required […]