Albania- After severe flooding in December of last year, Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs delivered 307 family-sized tents for families made homeless by flooding there.
Congo- Israel sent 4 tons of humanitarian aid to the country in November 2008 to relieve the suffering of the population in rural areas.
Dominican Republic- Israel sent relief teams to assist in cleanup operations in the wake of Tropical Storm Noel in November 2007.
Greece- Israel sent 52 firefighters to assist in battling major conflagrations there in August 2007.
Haiti- In January 2010 Israel was the first country to successfully setup a fully equipped field hospital just 4 days after the devastating earthquake that struck the country.
India- Israel sent 150 emergency personnel to assist in relief efforts after the January 2001 earthquake in Western India.
Indonesia- In January 2005 Israel sent 75 tons of relief material for the benefit of those made homeless by the December 2004 Tsunami.
Kenya- Israel sent search and rescue teams to Kenya after the bombing of the US Embassy there in August 1998.
Macedonia- Israel sent firefighting equipment twice in 2007 to assist in battling major blazes there in July and August 2007.
Mauritania- Two medical missions sent to the country by Israel in 1999 to treat eye problems among the populace.
Mexico- Israel sent relief teams to assist in cleanup operations in the wake of Tropical Storm Noel in November 2007.
Myanmar- Israel sent relief workers to help local officials in the wake of the devastation caused by Cyclone Nargis
Nepal – Israel's non-profit organization Tevel b'Tzedek sends volunteers to help with Kathmandu street children's crises in ongoing programs.
Nicaragua- Israel sent relief teams to assist in cleanup operations in the wake of Hurricane Felix in September 2007.
Nigeria- Israel sent medical supplies to Nigeria in March 2006 to battle bird flu.
Philippines- In response to the damage caused by typhoon Ondoy, Israel sent planeloads of medicine to the beleaguered areas in October 2009.
Sri Lanka- After the December 2004 Tsunami Israel delivered emergency food kitchens to help feed those displaced by the devastating wave.
Turkey- Israel sent 250 relief workers to assist in cleanup operations after the August 199 earthquake that hit Turkey, followed by a complete field hospital. After the area was cleared, Israel then built a village of prefabricated houses for the survivors.
This list does not include Japan, China, Kashmir, Chad & Somalia
Our video about Israel’s efforts in Katmandu is available on our home page at > www.israelupclose.org
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