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Looking back on 2016

Looking back on 2016, ARDC surpassed many of our goals despite encountering a number of challenges along the way. This success is all due to the tireless dedication and work of our staff, volunteers, partners and the community. Thank you for your support, and let's all work towards an even more empowering 2017!

  • Nearly 3,000 asylum seekers visited ARDC's reception hours

  • More than 1,400 out of hand rejections collected by ARDC with individuals informed of next steps and several referrals made

  • 816 asylum seekers attended 20 community trainings and "Know Your Rights" sessions in Tel Aviv, Ashdod, Petah Tikvah, Beersheva, Netanya, Eilat and Holot

  • 812 asylum seekers assisted with pursuing higher education or vocational options

  • More than 700 people attended 38 info sessions and tours to learn about the asylum seeker situation in Israel

  • 515 asylum seekers received individualized paralegal assistance

  • 400 socioeconomic surveys completed by our team during 20 events in 4 different cities

  • 237 asylum seekers participated in vocational training through ARDC

  • 87 students were tutored in subjects ranging from Developmental Algebra to GED Prep to Python coding

  • More than 20 asylum seekers successfully reunited with their families abroad

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