JERUSALEM — Israel’s first-ever national survey of iodine levels in the population revealed widespread deficiencies, which could mean millions of children will not reach their intellectual potential. The survey, whose unpublished results were presented last week to endocrinologists in Ramat Gan, found that 62 percent of school-age children and 85 percent of pregnant women have iodine…
As World Water Day approaches, we salute Innovation: Africa, which uses Israeli tech to provide clean water and power to villages in Uganda.
In Uganda with Innovation:Africa, I gained a deeper insight into the African water and hunger struggle.
On the shimmering Sea of Galilee, where the Christian gospels say Jesus walked on water, 150 Nigerian pilgrims aboard a river boat sing and dance to an African beat.
At the peak of a searing summer, Palestinians living in parts of the Israeli-occupied West Bank are suffering from severe water shortages, prompting a war of words between Palestinian and Israeli officials over who is responsible.
In many countries women and girls spend hours every day carrying water to their homes.
Israel and Jordan signed a bilateral agreement to exchange water and to work together to save the Dead Sea.
Is “enhanced water” the new soda? SodaStream hopes so.
Gaza residents are suffering from a severe water shortage as a result of the ongoing conflict there.
The visiting president of the European parliament landed in hot water in Israel on Wednesday, drawing a public rebuke from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over an address to the Israeli legislature.