Liora Zenou left Toulouse, France in search of a safe and meaningful way to observe Jewish traditions.
Danny Admasu is one of the most prominent social activists in the Ethiopian community in Israel.
From an absorption center in Beersheva to Brandeis University, Endalow Takele, is one Israel’s next generation of leaders.
Tamir Temesgen Zalaw lived in Ethiopia, until he was 15 years old. At Yemin Orde, he learned the meaning of life.
Yeha’alem Farada emigrated to Israel at the age of seven and dreamed to change the world for others.
Roi Etenesh grew up in a village in Ethiopia. Today, he serves as a naval engineering officer in the Israel Defense Forces.
As a teenager in Iran, Tamara managed to find her way to Israel, alone, in search of a safe haven to call home.
Nofar Getanech Desta is certain that “living and learning at Yemin Orde was the best thing that happened in my life”.
Sheyla Berkovich immigrated to Israel from Ukraine in 1996. At Yemin Orde, she studied Russian, physics and geography. Today, she serves in the IDF as a soldier in a Combat Search and Rescue unit.
Erez Hakiki arrived in Israel as a teen from Tehran, Iran with only a dream for a Jewish life in Israel. Today, he proudly serves as a Major in the IDF.