Latest Updates

WIZO News

Latest Updates

During the emotional visit, on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the prime minister pledged to release significant funding to help fight domestic violence and establish a national authority that will coordinate governmental efforts in this area

Published annually by WIZO for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the Domestic Violence Index showed a 300% increase in domestic violence complaints due mainly to Israel's 2 coronavirus pandemic-induced closures & subsequent economic crisis

The seven arriving Ukranian youths set to begin their lives in Israel at WIZO's Nachlat Yehuda Youth Village, were welcomed by an MK and an emotional taxi driver, a Nachlat Naale alum.

The Coronavirus crisis in Israel is far from over, but WIZO continues to 'do what matters' to safeguard and support Israeli society. Here we present a brief overview of our work.

Video testimony from a 12 grade student from Mexico at CHW Hadassim during the coronavirus period.

A joint message from World WIZO Chairperson Anita Friedman & World WIZO President Esther Mor concerning the current coronavirus crisis

Over 75 teenage girls from across Israel marked the completion of the unique program, which empowers them via the teaching of photography, dance, theater, and other art forms.

Under the slogan "One in three kids is hungry", the students enlisted 22 Afula eateries to sell food for just 2 shekels to support the 6th annual “Day Without Hunger” campaign

Kicking off its centennial year, WIZO's 27th EGM was a week full of moving, exciting and memorable moments. Here are 20 of them:

Yachad (together) lev-el-lev (heart to heart) WIZO Celebrates 100 Years