If you are one of the MASHAV participants /agriculture trainees or tourists who happened to have visited Israel in your life time, you are welcome to send us stories of your memories in Israel and share your experience with us.We will publish your stories together with others on this page. You can download and complete the form here.
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"Memories from Israel"
During my stay in Israel, I have found out that there is a very important and urgent need to build love among religions. I have discussed the matter with a number of colleagues and we all agree. Als0 we found out that Mashav and AIES is capable of attaining trust and understanding between adults like us of different religions to an extent not to be neglected. I suggested that we should not forget that kind of achievement. It shows that it is achievable to build love among adults of different religions. The only question is how to develop such achievement to the global level. Especially between conflicting peoples.
Before I visit Israel, I thought it is very important to develop Humanitarian Entrepreneurs to reduce greed so that to eliminate mistrust and mitigating the causes of conflicts.
So I told my colleagues that I have been dreaming of Developing Humanitarian Entrepreneurs and finding ways to build Love among Religions. So I told my fellow members of Shalom Club Myanmar the same and suggested them to consider my proposed Vision, Mission and Terms of Reference for the Shalom Club Myanmar. Here is my suggestion.…………
The “think alike group” to build trust and understanding between Myanmar and Israel.
“Think alike trust building people” to develop world peace and sustainable development.
To contact all the Myanmar people who have been to Israel and back.
Get together once a while to built trust and friendship among them and beyond.
Coordinate and form working groups to implement projects to strengthen ties between two countries to foster world peace and development.
Terms of Reference to be a member.
Must be a Myanmar citizen.
Must volunteer for the membership.
Must have been to Israel and back with no political nor criminal wrong doing records.
Could volunteer for the active contact person status.
Could participate in the implementation of group projects.
The author of the above article, U Aung Min is a retired and freelance individual helping hand to strengthen coordination between the Government and Civil society of Myanmar. He was in Israel from 24th October 2012 to 11th November 2010 to attend the MASHAV Course on the "Role of Gender in Water and Development. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to him for this article and sharing his memories on our website.
The following photo album is shared by Daw San San Win, Assistant General Manager from Myanmar Inspection and Testing Services Ltd. She was in Israel from 10/2/2012 to 13/3/2002 attending the International Course on “Research and Development on Postharvest Biology and Technology of Fruits and Vegetables”. We like to convey our heartfelt thanks to her for the wonderful photos of her memories in Israel.