• Israeli students do community work in Nueva Ecija

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    The 40-member student-humanitarian delegation from Israel together with students from the Magtanggol Integrated School in Muñoz, Nueva Ecija

    The 40-member student-humanitarian delegation from Israel together
    with students from the Magtanggol Integrated School in Muñoz, Nueva Ecija

    FOR holistic growth and development among young students, a 40-member humanitarian student delegation from Israel arrived in the Philippines to conduct a seven-day community work in Nueva Ecija beginning on September 30 to October 3, and continues from October 6 to 8.

    The Israeli students prepared educational activities for children of Magtanggol Integrated School in Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, where the Israeli delegation and local students painted their classrooms as part of their seven-day community work.

    The delegation headed by Shachar Nahari and Maor Cohen came from the College of Management Academic Studies (Comas), known as the largest college in Israel with 12,000 students, and the country’s first non-subsidized, non-profit academic institution. In recent years, the Student Union Foreign Relations Department of Comas has successfully sent humanitarian delegations to countries such as Ethiopia, Nepal, Poland, Thailand and the US.

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