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We believe it is spiritually and ethically unacceptable that millions of people in our world don’t have sufficient nutrition, clean water, housing, basic health or education. This reality can and must be changed.

Tevel is an Israeli NGO that aims to create Israeli and Jewish leadership passionately engaged in Tikkun Olam—fixing the world—locally and globally. Hailing from Israel and Jewish communities worldwide, our volunteers work with impoverished communities in Nepal, to enhance and advance the livelihood, capacity, and wellbeing of their members.

Our unique community development model, led by a highly professional local staff, ensures sustainability and long lasting impact. Our non-denominational service learning programs ground our work in the Jewish tradition, providing our volunteers with context and moral stamina.

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Creating Israeli and Jewish leadership

passionately involved in “Tikkun Olam”

locally and globally

A new way of interacting with the developing world

Poverty is complex, and there are no “quick fixes”. We use an integrated model of community development that focuses on the below fields to make a real impact on the ground.

Media

Education

Agriculture

WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT

YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

PUBLIC HEALTH

 Volunteer Programs 

Exchange for Change

Cultural exchange and volunteering in a Nepali village- perfect for backpackers who want to gain a deeper understanding of Nepali society and to do something meaningful while traveling.

Tevel Fellowship

A 7-month fellowship for young professionals from relevant fields: agriculture, education, health and media that work in multidisciplinary teams with fellows from the country of activity.

Fun Facts about Tevel

913
Volunteers
27000
Villagers helped
4
Countries
10
Years

We believe that It is the Jewish people’s right and duty to participate in creating a new vision for rebuilding the world, by means of thought, words, and action

 

From the field

The Hidden Cost of Rebuilding

By Avigayil Heimowitz Last week I visited Ramechhap district, four years from the last time I was in rural Nepal. While walking…

Conscious Composting

By Emily Gruber, Fellowship 5th cohort Since being in Nepal, and especially living in Ramechhap, I’ve become much more aware of the…

Every Seed that is Planted will Sprout in its Own Time

By Yuval Elbashan Unlike the romanticism that people often associate it with, the life of pursuing social justice is filled with disappointments.…

Unlikely Friendships

By Aviela Weltman Human connection can be a predictable thing- we choose to befriend those who are like us. My friends usually…

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