Creating Agents for Change.
A HUMANITARIAN PERSON IS ONE WHO IS CONSCIENT OF REALITY, A PERSON THAT BELIEVES IT IS HIS OR HER RESPONSIBILITY TO HELP TO TRANSFORM THE WORLD INTO A BETTER ONE EVERY DAY.
Our educational programs are aligned with the goals of sustainable development, human rights, inclusion and diversity, and disaster risk reduction to address the most important challenges of the 21st century. There is an ideal educational program for every humanitarian.
“Education is the most powerful tool to change the world…”
Young Cadena is the first encounter for the youngest ones with the humanitarian world. Through first aid activities, knots sessions, survival day, extreme sports, leadership activities, and Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World), boys and girls learn about the importance of helping and being active participants in their community.
Social Entrepreneurship Competition
Cadena Initiative is a contest for ideas as well as a space for future leaders. This contest for young adults in high school is meant to provide a space for participants to generate innovative and disruptive solutions to prevent and respond in a better way when facing disasters and humanitarian crises on a global level. At the same time, specific humanitarian interventions are proposed for specific communities in the world.
This is our theoretic-practical school subject that is given in collaboration with schools. During an entire school year, students cover as part these subjects the following topics: Sustainable Development, Tikun Olam, realities of the world, and the steps required to develop a complete project. At the end of the course, the project developed by the students during this class will participate in the CADENA Initiative contest.
Young Adult Activists
This program aims to educate high school-age students to guide them to have a positive leadership role in their environment. The idea is for them to activate a chain, “Cadena”, of help within their schools and other youth organizations.
CADENA, in conjunction with one of the most prestigious training agencies in the world, Rescue One Israel, offers training designed to become a professional humanitarian rescuer. The goal of this training is to become part of our rescue team, Go Team.
Our College leadership group is where young people who are preparing to be professionals organize events, fundraising campaigns, awareness programs, volunteer meetings and training in humanitarian issues.
The goal of this program is to build resilience. In this program, we work hand in hand with communities for a period of time to share tools through training to enrich the children and young adults of such communities.
Recycled Material based Roofs
FROM LITTER TO ROOF
From Litter to Roof provides roofs made out of Tetra Pak recycled containers. These roofs are provided to families who have lost their roofs due to any disaster or those vulnerable to rains or floods.