New friends from Korea

New friends from Korea

Always great to receive visitors from all over the world! And in this case, ADI Jerusalem had eager Korean volunteers/students over whom wanted to experience ADI in a personal way -helping out the ADI-staff wherever possible and keeping the residents, company! Mission completed

The volunteers heard about ADI through Amiko, which stands for ‘Amutat Mitnadvim Israelim BeKoreanim’. AMIKO is an organization, founded in 2009, to interchange voluntary activities between Israel and Korea.

In the Bible, ‘AMI’ indicates the people of Israel in Hebrew. The latter part of the word obviously stands for ‘Korea’. May word reach all the way to Korea!

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