Current ResearchersBelow is a list of researchers funded by Tag:
What has Israel unique got to offer the developing world? This is the question we have set for our new long-term research project. The results of this project will inform priorities and directions for many organisations looking to deliver international development excellence. Israel has developed a range of extraordinary humanitarian expertise that is highly relevant to the needs of the developing world.
This project aims to:
The project is a collaboration between Tag, the Society for International Development of Israel, and Mashav, Israel’s international development department. Our project begins with the production of a major book, involving contributions from leading experts who played prominent roles in developing Israel and sharing its expertise around the world. The book shall present what development-related expertise Israel has that can help build the capacities of developing countries. More specifically, the book will:
The book will consist of four main sections:
Section 1 – Setting out the foundation, including the role of Israel’s NGO, government and private sectors in international development activities.
Section 2 – Around 25 chapters covering a range of expertise such as rural development, water management, disaster preparedness, disabilities, rehabilitation and psycho trauma.
Section 3 – Through exciting case studies to illustrate the potential of this expertise to impact on communities in developing countries.
Section 4 – Suggesting a vision and key principles for guiding the future impact of Israeli expertise in the evolving landscape of international development
Tag Institute has a sister organisation Tag International Development which deploys unique humanitarian expertise and proven social models to create sustainable solutions for developing countries.
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