International Educational Conference Held in Cyprus

Educators, rabbis, and leaders from around the world gathered in Cyprus for the second educational conference by the Yael Foundation headed by Uri and Yael Poliavich.

This week, the Jewish educational community was enriched by the conjunction of an educational conference and the prestigious annual gala of the Yael Foundation. It was an extraordinary celebration, highlighting the pinnacle of Jewish education and honoring the remarkable individuals dedicated to fostering the next generation’s growth.

The event was marked by the profound gratitude extended to Uri and Yael Poliavich, the founders of the Yael Foundation, for their unwavering commitment to the cause of education. Appreciation was also expressed to the educators, rabbis, and leaders from across the globe who attended the event, including the esteemed presence of Israel’s Ambassador to Cyprus, Mr. Oren Anolik.

Rabbi Zeev Raskin, alongside his wife, Mrs. Sheindel Raskin, the Head of Chabad Education in Cyprus, attended the event, demonstrating their support for the Yael Foundation for the second year in a row. Their participation underscored a mutual dedication to cultivating a promising future through the avenue of education.

Rabbi Raskin shared, “It’s a privilege to stand alongside the Yael Foundation in its noble mission. Our participation in this year’s gala is a testament to our collective endeavor to elevate Jewish education. The energy and vision shared during the event are foundational to our ongoing commitment.”

The anticipation for next year’s gathering is already building, with hopes to welcome the Yael Foundation back for another significant event. “We are excited at the prospect of hosting the Yael Foundation on our beautiful island once again next year. It’s through these collaborative efforts that we can continue to champion excellence in Jewish education and empower our future generations,” Rabbi Raskin added.

The event stands as a beacon of shared commitment and aspiration, setting a course for continued excellence and innovation in Jewish education.

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