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Most people are familiar with Hadassah's life saving work at our two hospitals in Jerusalem and our life-changing work with Youth Aliyah and Hadassah College Jerusalem.

Most know about our Young Judaea Camps and our advocacy efforts in the United States.

But do you know about Hadassah's humanitarian work around the globe?  

In Haiti...
Hadassah doctors and nurses were one of the first to set up operating tents. And they were the FIRST to deliver babies, one named Israel!

In Ethiopia...
Hadassah adopted an orphanage of children who have AIDS, reducing the number of deaths from 25% to 1%. Senior Hadassah doctors participated in a medical relief mission to a rural district in North Ethiopia, operating a mobile outreach clinic providing care to 2,500 patients.

In Kenya...
Within hours of the 2002 terrorist bombing in Mombassa, a rescue team of Hadassah doctors set out to assess the situation and initiate treatment. Hadassah eye surgeons have returned the ability to see to thousands of blind Kenyans. Ophthalmologists from Hadassah routinely spend two years performing surgery in Africa.

In China...
A delegation of our pediatric cardiologists spent 10 days operating on 21 children with heart problems and training local medical staff in the latest catheterization techniques.

In Kazakhstan...
A team of our doctors treated babies suffering from lead poisoning, then trained local doctors to conduct testing and treatment.

In Russia...
Young victims of Chernobyl were treated at the Hadassah Medical Center for leukemia. Hadassah helped train doctors in the life-saving procedure of bone marrow transplantation.

In Sri Lanka...
After the 2009 tsunami, Hadassah sent a team of mental health professionals to teach doctors and medical students strategies for dealing with post-traumatic stress.

In Cambodia...
Senior endodontists from the Hadassah School of Dental Medicine spent part of two summer vacations giving courses to young dentists.

In Egypt...
Egyptian students studied environmental science at the Hadassah-supported Arava Environmental Institute in southern Israel.

Health professionals from all over the world train in the International Master's of Public Health program at Hadassah Medical Center.

Over the years, Hadassah has helped people all over the globe. Hadassah believes medicine is a bridge to peace.

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  • Educational Conference in Israel Marks World Down Syndrome Day
  • As part of World Down Syndrome Day, about 100 people participated in a conference at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus on April 6, 2014, affording families of patients with Down syndrome from all over Israel an opportunity to meet with eminent specialists.
  • Support Fair Pay for Women & Families
  • Women make 77 cents to a man’s dollar and a single mother of two working full-time at minimum-wage is living nearly $4,000 below the federal poverty line. America’s women and families are worth more and they deserve better!
  • Building Bridges to Peace through Medicine
  • The rationale for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is based on generalities—many of them uninformed—about how different populations live, work, study, and co-exist in the region.

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