Blog

NPN Taiwan Returns to the Village

Residents and staff once again happily welcomed Taiwanese friends from The National Prayer Network Taiwan for a return visit to ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran. This year’s visit numbered 400 participants – men women and children – all of whom were eager to show their support for the unique rehabilitation village and the State of Israel.

The visit kicked off with an amazing show, including visitors and residents singing and dancing together. The sight of our students sitting side-by-side with their Taiwanese visitors was both heartwarming and encouraging.

A tour of ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran followed the show, concentrating on the village’s various centers and facilities. Tour participants expressed special interest in the village’s unique Community Integration Center and showered residents and students with attention and kindness.

Members of the Taiwanese delegation tasted a but if Jewish trADItion, as they planted trees along village paths in honor of Tu B’Shvat.

We are so grateful to our friends from Taiwan for the love and support they shower upon us, for the consideration and thoughtfulness and the extraordinary sensitivity they show to all of our beloved residents.

We are already looking forward to your next visit!

We need your support!

By donating to ADI Israel, YOU will help us meet our goal to enable each child, regardless of the severity of disability.

Latest Posts

Search

ADI BOUTIQUE

Items in the ADI Boutique are handcrafted or designed by the children and young adults at ADI.

ADI MITZVAH

Take your Bar/Bat Mitzvah to the next level and make it an unforgettable experience that will have a real impact!

GIVING CAMPAIGNS

Discover a multitude of ways to give! Our Giving Campaigns earmark funds to our most urgent needs.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

ADI has grown into a global community founded on the principles of sensitivity, inclusion, commitment and kindness. Building a better and more caring world, ADI is making a real difference in the lives of Israeli children with complex intellectual and developmental disabilities.