A Story That Starts With Suspicion and Ends With Hope: An Inside Look at How the Ultra-Orthodox Society Dealt with COVID-19
What Does Local Leadership Look Like During the COVID-19 Crisis?
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Network Connections in Two Minutes
The MAOZ Network's greatest strength during this period is Network members' connections to each other. So how did one message spark a massive medical supply-printing operation?
The MAOZ Network & COVID-19
The MAOZ Network is at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19: 602 Network members from all professional fields, sectors and systems are promoting social change initiatives and solutions. 90...
Voices From the Field MAOZ Network Members Deal with COVID19
Maoz Network members across the country hold key roles in combatting the Coronavirus crisis. We wanted you to hear about their respective missions in their own words.
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How Coronavirus Has Changed the Medical Treatments We’ll Receive
“At the beginning of the pandemic, I thought it would...
Spike in People Seeking Psychiatric Treatment Due to the Pandemic
“Psychiatry is healthcare for mental illness. There are those defined...
When Everything Else is Uncertain, My Job is to be My Residents’ Rock
“I’m Tal Ohana and I’m 36 years old. I was...
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Crisis and Opportunity: Network Members Talk About Their New COVID-19 Realities – Dr. Assi Cicurel
Dr. Assi Cicurel is a community doctor in the Negev and is completing a sub-specialty in healthcare management at Soroka Hospital
Crisis and Opportunity: Network Members Talk About Their New COVID-19 Realities – Kobi Rozenstein
Kobi Rozenstein is the CEO of a national educational network that includes a seminary, high school & kindergartens
Crisis and Opportunity: Network Members Talk About Their New COVID-19 Realities – Yodfat Afek Arazi
Yodfat Afek Arazi is the CEO of the Bat Yam Municipality, in which 160,000 residents live