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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India Israel Affordable Healthcare Hackathon

India Israel Affordable Healthcare Hackathon

The Pears Program for Global Innovation – IsraelDev is excited to invite you to the first ever India Israel Affordable Healthcare Hackathon #Med4Dev tackling the most pressing healthcare challenges facing poor people in India. The event will bring together 600
The Israeli Center for the Study of International Aid and Development SID Israel

The Israeli Center for the Study of International Aid and Development SID Israel

The place where you will receive the tools for professional fieldwork Disasters around the globe are becoming more acute and more frequent. In the last 10 years, over 2.6 billion people have been affected by natural disasters in comparison with
The Israeli government is expected to allocate over 40 million NIS to strengthen the relations with Africa

The Israeli government is expected to allocate over 40 million NIS to strengthen the relations with Africa

In preparation for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s upcoming trip to Africa next week for visits to Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Ruanda, on Sunday the government is expected to ratify an allocation of 42.5 million NIS for strengthening the ties with
Kenya aims to cut size of Somali refugee camp by about half by the end of 2016

Kenya aims to cut size of Somali refugee camp by about half by the end of 2016

Kenya aims to reduce by almost half the population of Dadaab refugee camp which is home to about 326,000 mostly Somali refugees by the end of the year, a committee that groups Kenya, Somalia and the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR
For the first time ever, the Israeli volunteers received official certificates with the symbol of the Knesset

For the first time ever, the Israeli volunteers received official certificates with the symbol of the Knesset

In collaboration with Tevel B’Tzedek, SID-Israel prompted a reception in the the Knesset to honor Israeli volunteers who provided humanitarian assistance in Nepal surrounding last year’s earthquake. The reception was co-hosted by MK Dr. Michael Oren, chair of the Knesset Sub-Committee on