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FAR FROM HOME, FELLOWSHIP PARTICIPANTS ARE INVESTING IN HUMAN CAPITAL

eJjewish Philanthropy
April 2, 2014

These days, Omer Malchi and Emily Sasser are living and working in Bhwasa, a village nestled in the mountains of Nepal. As part of the year-long Tevel Fellowship of Tevel b’Tzedek, an Israeli NGO whose mission is tikkun olam, these two young American Jews have chosen to immerse themselves in a culture and part of the world far from their own – in a program that is steeped in Jewish values.

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