Evidence-based decision-making tool to support investment planning and intervention design, using cutting-edge methods, including machine learning and network analysis. Produced for the Rashi Foundation, the JDC, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Welfare and the Jindas organization.
Designed surveys that identify not only those who have been harmed, but also those who are at risk, either financially or mentally. A study on families in financial distress and Israel’s “new poor” was conducted for the Latet organization, and two measurements of the Crisis’ impact on senior citizens were performed for JDC-Eshel.
In a Randomized Control Trial (RCT) we conducted in conjunction with Latet organization, we were able to alleviate hunger for more than half of the families who participated in the trial and improve the condition of all families who were in a state of severe food insecurity.
Based on data-driven international comparisons and using complex system analysis, we created a knowledge-map that outlines the way forward for Israeli municipalities. Produced for the Ministry of Interior and the Maoz organization to support a national training program for change leaders in local governments, called “Makom”.
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Latet annual report finds estimated 850,000 families in Israel lack essential housing, education, healthcare and food; half of general population reports significant economic damage as need for financial help jumps by 70%
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