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TEVEL B’TZEDEK BRINGS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE TO NEPAL… AND BACK AGAIN

TEVEL B’TZEDEK BRINGS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE TO NEPAL… AND BACK AGAIN
Jerusalem Post
April 29, 2009

There’s a new pioneering spirit among some Israeli youth, and this time the blue and white is tinged with green and infused with an international flair. Jewish service organization Tevel b’Tzedek (The Earth – In Justice), which has been sending volunteers to Nepal to work with local communities, recently began teaching sustainable agriculture to 1,000 women.

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We are currently fundraising $50,000 for a Matching Challenge, to support a new project Tevel’s Sustainable ״Agriculture Innovation center in Zambia״.

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