Publication date: 21/02/2020
Scholarship Program Gives Ethiopian Jews the 'Push Forward' They Need to Excel in Israel.
Kan TV- Real time. Sea of Secrets Part II
Publication date: 22/01/2020
The second part of the project is about the bold and complex operation of the Ethiopian Jewish immigration institution to Israel in the 1980s. Part II The Drama on the Beach: The cover story is about to be revealed and the military surrounds the Mossad agents and the soldiers of the cruise with their weapons.
Kan TV- Real time. Sea of Secrets Part I
Publication date: 15/01/2020
A special real-time project on one of the most daring, complex, and long-running operations of the Mossad in the 1980s, for bringing Ethiopian Jews to Israel.
Ethiopian Jews in Israel: An employment and Educational Success Story
Publication date: 07/08/2015
The Ethiopian Israeli community's protest has far reaching echos and the average Ethiopian's family income is still 35% lower than that of the national average. As such, how can the great gap testify to a successful integration?
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KHA Helping Ethiopian Israelis get advanced degrees - Washington Jewish Week
Publication date: 14/11/2013
Keren Hanan Aynor is a small organization, with less than a handful of paid employees working out of a one-room office in Jerusalem. But its large all-volunteer board is active not in just deciding who gets scholarships but also in mentoring the lucky recipients in so many areas.
"Where are they now?/A Jew jailed in Sudan is now a voice for Sudanese prisoners in Israel"/Haaretz
Publication date: 06/01/2013
Reda Melese was tortured in a Sudanese prison for trying to help bring Ethiopian Jews to Israel. Now the tables have turned: He mediates for African migrants detained for illegally entering Israel.
Prime Minister Signed the Convention against Discrimination of Ethiopians / nrg Ma'ariv
Publication date: 27/08/2012
A convention, which calls for integrating the Ethiopian community into Israeli society, was signed to fight racism. "Discriminatory behavior opens a dangerous pit in our existence"
"For the First Time Ethiopian Council of Higher Education" / Yedioth Ahronoth
Publication date: 13/02/2012
Pnina Gdai, alumni of Keren Hanan Aynor in the past and director of "Hillel" Tel Aviv - an international organization of Jewish students, was appointed by the Minister of Education Gideon Sa'ar as a public representative in the Council for Higher Education. Pnina thus became the first public representative of Ethiopian descent in the Council for Higher Education.
Publication date: 08/09/2011
Haaretz Newspaper Short Story Competition Winner
Publication date: 29/03/2010
A short story by the journalist Germau Mengistu (a graduate of Hanan Ainor Fund in the past), has won the first prize at a Ha'aretz newspaper's short story competition. To read the complete story in Hebrew click on the link "Read Article".