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A self-painting studio for ceramics that offers activities for individuals and groups. Cli Caso Studio creates a unique and supportive work environment that integrates people with mental disabilities into the staff of the studio.
A coffee shop, event center and culinary service provider in Ashkelon that employs adults with mental illness. Working at the coffee shop enables employees to acquire skills and confidence to help them reintegrate into society.
Exposing adults without disabilities to the everyday challenges experienced by disabled, Chavaya Mitgalgelet aims to change how people perceive the disabled and to encourage them to employ adults with disabilities.
A web design and marketing service for SMEs. Based in Tel Aviv, the initiative employs skilled physically handicapped individuals in web design, graphic design, search engine marketing, and content marketing.
An association for the advancement of people with disabilities in Arab society that runs “The Title Library”, producing tailored books (Braille method, electrons and more) for the visually impaired in the Arab society.
Providing equal opportunities and the integration of people with disabilities into the workforce are the values at the heart of the bakery. In 2018, Orbar Bakery won the Minister of Economy and Industry’s Award for Businesses Employing People with Disabilities.
A virtual and social rehabilitation initiative established to support people with mental health disorders that allows the formation of social connections and networks, in a personal and safe environment.
A factory for e waste recycling, which employs over 70 people with disabilities. Ecommunity’s recycling facility allows workers with special needs to participate in this impactful, environmentally friendly process.