Who are we?

SID-Israel is the Israeli branch of the Society for International Development (SID), an international organization recognized the world over as a leader in the field of international development. SID is a global forum of individuals and organizations working in the field of sustainable economic and social development. Since its founding in 1957, SID has been at the forefront of both theoretical and practical issues relating to international development. Today, SID boasts over 3000 members in 80 countries and 45 branches across the globe.




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Invitation: The Fortune at the Base of the Pyramid – with Royston Braganza, CEO of Grameen Capital India

Invitation: The Fortune at the Base of the Pyramid – with Royston Braganza, CEO of Grameen Capital India

The Pears Program for Global Innovation is pleased to invite you to a unique event with Royston Braganza, CEO of Grameen Capital India: “ The Fortune at the Base of the Pyramid: How Business is Transforming the Lives of Poor
Invitation for the First Event in the Series: ‘Africa – Continent of Tomorrow’

Invitation for the First Event in the Series: ‘Africa – Continent of Tomorrow’

We’re excited to invite you to the first event of the series: ‘Africa – Continent of Tomorrow’ This event series aims to encourage collaborations between the public and private sectors, with the inclusion of NGOs, academia, startup companies, international organizations
Special Event:Israel and the Global Challenge of  Sustainable Development, with Jeffrey Sachs

Special Event:Israel and the Global Challenge of Sustainable Development, with Jeffrey Sachs

The Boris Mints Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions to Global Challenges The Gershon H. Gordon Faculty of Social Sciences, Tel Aviv University Special Event: The 1st BMI Prize laureate – 2017 Jeffrey D. Sachs University Professor, Columbia University Director, the
Sustainable Development Seminar: Evaluating the fight against extreme poverty

Sustainable Development Seminar: Evaluating the fight against extreme poverty

The Department of Public Policy invites the public to a seminar on sustainable development on the topic: Evaluation of the fight against extreme poverty - the Millennium Villages Project. The seminar will take place on Tuesday, 28.3.17 between 11:00 and
Israel around the world

Israel around the world

Israel’s successful agricultural program has a significant influence on developing countries. Israel’s agricultural relationship with India is a particular success story. Launched in 2008, the Indo-Israel Agriculture Project between the Israeli and Indian Government set up 26 Centers of Excellence