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October 25, 2022
New Books Network
September 4, 2022
May 5, 2022
During 2015 Joel L Tevel B’Tzedek’s Founder; Micha Odenheimer about Judaism, globalization, poverty, and the Prophets of the Bible.
March 24, 2022
Rabbi Micha Odenheimer, founder of Tevel b’Tzedek: The Earth in Justice is interviewed by Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz, Founder & President of Uri L’Tzedek (ULT) as part of ULT’s Torah in Action Interview Series.
March 7, 2022
Read about the prestigious Bonei Zion prize awarded to our founder and director, Micha Odenheimer
October 21, 2016
Even before the earthquake hit last April, destroying 700,000 homes in the hill country of Central Nepal, these villages were in crisis. For a complex of reasons, these villagers – like villagers all over the “two-thirds world” in Asia, Africa and South America – are mostly unable to feed their families with what they have been able to produce on their small plots of land.
April 27, 2015
Over the past eight years, Tevel b’Tzedek has been working in Nepal, a very beautiful, very poor country snuggled-or thrust-between India and Tibet. Founded to create a Jewish platform to connect Israelis and Jews to the challenges of extreme poverty in the global south, Tevel now works in Burundi, Africa as well-but Nepal is our home away from home.
July 19, 2020
Tevel’s founder, Rabbi Micha Odenheimer was joined by AJWS’ Ruth Messinger, Dr. Avinash Kishore from IFPRI, Dr. Aliza Belman Inbal from the Pears Program for Global Innovation, and Dr. Lazare Rukundwa Sebitereko, Dean and Founder of Eben Ezer College in the Congo to speak about the economic, social and political impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable populations in the Global South.
September 19, 2019
The Jewish Jornal
Micha talks with Shmuel Rosner of the Jewish Journal about Rosh Hashana and Tevel b’Tzedek.
July 24, 2019
The Jewish Journal
Founder of the Tevel b’Tzedek, Micha Odenheimber, talks about building teams in the Global South to help villagers sustain themselves.
April 10, 2018
KATHMANDU, Nepal – Shira Langer was heading into a lazy day. Typically, Saturday’s find the 31-year-old senior staffer in the Israeli organization Tevel b’Tzedek’s Nepal office heading over to the Thamel tourist zone, to give in laundry and maybe take a vinyasa class at a favorite yoga studio.
January 9, 2018
Micha talks about the refugee expulsion and Tevel b’Tzedek on i24 English News