Keren Malki supports hundreds of Israeli families who have a seriously disabled child and who want their child to have the best possible home care. We do this by no-charge long-term loans of equipment, and by making grants for five specific kinds of therapy in the home: physio, occupational, speech, water and horse-riding. The foundation was formed by Frimet and Arnold Roth as a memorial to the life of their daughter Malki, who was murdered at fifteen in the bombing of the Jerusalem Sbarro restaurant in August 2001.
Keren Malki is offering valuable work experience for a paid intern. The placement requires 4-8 hours a week researching two broad areas: (1) the rights of disabled children in Israel and (2) sources of funding (private, public, government) for the kind of work which Keren Malki does. Hebrew reading and writing will be an advantage, but most of the work requires high-level English comprehension. Much of the research will be done at the Shatil Library. Weekly meetings with Keren Malki's Executive Director are a key part of the work. The payment will be appropriate to
intern work. If you are interested in this position, please call Liat at: 02-567-0602 or 052-278-9771