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Shlichut is a Hebrew word that means sending out or commissioning people. It generally refers to an outreach program that is initiated and participated in by organizations and agencies. These missions are based on strong values and ideologies.
The missions use a concrete set of actions over a certain period of time to advance and promote advocacy. Among the advocacy programs are humanitarian missions aimed at feeding the hungry, providing humanitarian assistance to the Jewish community in the Diaspora, promotion of cultural awareness through the arts and other outreach teaching programs.
Shlichut Teacher Emissary Program
Admissions into the Shlichut Program
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