The Agency for International Development Cooperation (Hebrew acronym: MASHAV) has been active throughout the developing world since the late 1950s, assisting countries to alleviate problems of hunger, disease, and poverty by means of technical training and technology transfer.
Today, faced with growing technological challenges, MASHAV's programs encourage trainees to find their own solutions to problems and adapt them to their respective cultural and social values, economic potential, natural resources and regional priorities.
Below is a listing of some of the courses for 2014. Please keep checking this page for an updated list. When applying, kindly note the application deadlines.
Please note that you are required to send your application to reach the MASHAV Office at the Embassy at least 5 working days before the deadline indicated in the course brochure.
1. Addressing the urbanization challenge