Stories from the Field

Stories of Jewish people we’ve helped make aliyah (emigrate to Israel).

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Evgenii U from Brovary

Evgenii U from Brovary

“Israel, for me, is a country of opportunities and I see my future only there! I am 23 years and have a higher technical education.  I tried to study well in school, and I think I have already achieved a lot.  It is difficult to get a job in my speciality as a design...

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Eder and Karen S from Sao Paulo

Eder and Karen S from Sao Paulo

“My name is Eder Maciel, I am from São Paulo, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife, Karen and son, Jonathan. We made the decision to make aliyah to provide a better quality of life for our family, because aliyah, for me, means this: better quality of life, new...

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Ioram and Marcela from Sao Paulo

Ioram and Marcela from Sao Paulo

“My name is Ioram.  My wife, Marcela, and I are from São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil. Aliyah means being able to have the possibility of living in the state that we have felt throughout our life to be our country. It means living a Jewish life, giving Jewish...

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Yuri and Yulia B from Novosibirsk

Yuri and Yulia B from Novosibirsk

“For my wife, Yulia, and I aliyah means a return to the historical homeland of our ancestors.  I have always been interested in Israel for its unusual (in comparison with other states) history, education, and laws.  Yulia and I met at a party given by mutual friends –...

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Tatyana and Aleksandr T from Ufa

Tatyana and Aleksandr T from Ufa

Making aliyah for this family means being closer to their loved ones.  Eight years ago, Tatyana and Aleksandr’s daughter left for Israel on a special program for young programmers.  She liked living and working in Israel very much and now works at the health insurance...

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Yoram and Alexandra A from Paris

Yoram and Alexandra A from Paris

Yoram and Alexandra made aliyah with their three children – Meir, Tsvi and Avigayil.  Yoram tells their story. “After the doors of our post-quarantine homes opened, we wanted to do something to bring us closer to the life we wanted to have that had seemed long term to...

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Pavel and Anzhelika K from Odessa

Pavel and Anzhelika K from Odessa

Pavel tells their story: “The most precious thing in this life for me is my family.  I want to take care of my girls – my wife Anzhelika and my daughter Alina – so that they have a better life and that we have a future!” “I was born and raised in Odessa by my mother...

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Eduardo and Miriam G from Goiania

Eduardo and Miriam G from Goiania

“My name is Eduardo, I am from Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife Miriam and daughter Helena.  Aliyah means a fresh start and the realization of a dream.” I decided to make aliyah after the birth of my daughter, and I am looking for a better...

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Maia and Kakha T from Gori

Maia and Kakha T from Gori

“Israel is a very promising country, and my Jewish roots allow me to go there with my husband Kakha and son, Sergo.  Israel is my ancient homeland.” “We live very poorly here in Georgia and that pushed us towards the idea of making aliyah.  Here in Georgia, we tried...

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