Meir Panim Update
Shocking Statistics into Israel Poverty
November 14, 2019

According to an annual report published by Bituach Leumi (National Insurance Institute) in December of 2018, over 1.8 million Israelis – including 800,000 children – are living below the poverty line. Analysts are not predicting a dramatic change, leaving the data to be shocking and concerning.

This means that Israel, a country so small and the size of New Jersey, has the highest rate of poverty according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Although there is researching being conducted as to the reason, it is important not to delay and help act now. Help Meir Panim reduce the amount. Together, we can make a difference. Do not wait to see Israel’s economic model to change on its own, rather be the torch that brings light.  Meir Panim, has devoted itself to help you do just that – in Hebrew, the organization itself means to ‘Brighten Faces’.

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