My parents got divorced when I was two and when we got a bit older, my little sister and I lived alone in Tel Aviv. Things kept getting worse until I came here. I am now studying nursing at Laniado Hospital and hope to get a job within a year
Monsey, New York (PRWEB) December 25, 2008
Lev Lalev, a Jewish nonprofit organization known for providing shelter to destitute and orphaned girls of Israeli origin has arranged the Rubin-Zeffren Children's Home in Kiryat Sanz, Netanya, for orphan, half-orphan, abused and abandoned girls who are inhabitants of Israel. The Home is a host to a number of specialized professionals including the House Mother, Educational Director, live-in counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists who can provide compassion and care to girls from distressed or broken homes.
In fact, the issue of missing children is well known in Israel and this exploitation got momentum in the years 1948-1954 when thousands of children, especially baby girls were abducted while in hospitals or child-care homes. Apart from abduction, children are also vulnerable to their parents' inability to care for or raise them or they may be the victims of heinous terrorist attacks. In any of these circumstances, the upshot is pathetic, resulting in the rise of missing children day by day. Without doubt, these children, especially the girls are suffering from very serious academic, social, health and emotional gaps. To assist orphaned girls to lead a normal life, just like any other societal girl; Lev Lalev has introduced a project for the welfare of the orphaned and disadvantaged girls from all over Israel.
The highlight of the project is overwhelming as it denotes safe asylum to Jewish child girls who are homeless as well as orphaned. Lev Lalev has initiated the project by arranging a home for distressed girls in Kiryat Sanz, Netanya. The home, The Rubin-Zeffren Children's Home though founded in 1961has still referred by social workers as one of the major centres in fulfilling the girls' health, nutritional, developmental and education needs, - all under one roof. The decision to choose The Rubin-Zeffren Children's Home by Lev Lalev is proved to be worthful as the administration of the orphanage always zeros in on the academic, social, health and emotional aspects of Jewish girls with the support of its special team of professionals. The team consists of a House Mother, Educational Director, live-in counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists who toil day and night to give compassion and care to girls from distressed or broken homes. The main objective of the Home is to support needy Jewish girls for their all-round development so that they may each achieve their individual potential, in spite of the fact that they are parentless. "My parents got divorced when I was two and when we got a bit older, my little sister and I lived alone in Tel Aviv. Things kept getting worse until I came here. I am now studying nursing at Laniado Hospital and hope to get a job within a year," said Sigal, a happy member of The Rubin-Zeffren Children's Home.
About The Rubin-Zeffren Children's Home: Known as safe haven for Jewish girls, The Rubin-Zeffren Children's Home was pioneered in 1961 by the late respected Rebbe of Sanz-Klausenburg. The Home is the upshot of an incident when one evening, a destitute lay left her five small kids at the Rebbe's home. Since then, the Home has been acting as a caretaker of needy and orphaned girls all over Israel.
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