MAOZ is building a network of leaders from all groups and sectors of Israeli society. This network builds and promotes trust and drives innovative cross-sector actions strengthening Israel’s socio-economic resilience.
Between 2010-2018, MAOZ’s theory of change has undergone many transformations until it evolved to its current form of the following outcomes for 2020 and impact goals for 2023.
By 2020, we aim to achieve:
Mamlachti (common good) actions led and developed through MAOZ’s two-stage accelerator program.
During 2018, 40 social change processes were supported through the first stage of MAOZ’s accelerator (100YOM), and 17 additional projects were provided with additional leverage (Second Round Investments).
Influential, mamlachti (common good) leaders who are highly engaged in the network, leading change and strengthening Israel’s socio-economic resilience.
During 2018, MAOZ grew its Network to 323 members, and we expect it to include 474 by the end of 2019. Of the 323 Network members, 247 meet MAOZ’s strict criteria for relevance, engagement and impact.
impact goals for 2023
Innovations towards socio-economic resilience
Mamlachti (common good) stories demonstrating increased trust between leaders
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To learn more about Avi’s story, recent activities to encourage cultural discovery, and Avi’s collaboration with MAOZ, watch this video.
Avi Cohen Scali // Director General of the Ministry of Social Equality
More than 8,000 participants from around the country participated in an event marking Israel’s National Day Remembering Jewish Exodus from Muslim Lands – an evening of tradition, culture, and personal stories. This event is one among a series of actions which are being lead by Avi, a MAOZ Network member, as part of his role as Director General of Israel’s Ministry for Social Equality in making the story of the Jewish exodus from Arab countries known and recognized in the ‘Israeli mosaic.’ His endeavors include a testimonial project, a presidential award for research and additional projects.
In a MAOZ journey to Morocco, Avi’s own personal story became strengthened against the greater backdrop of the developing narrative of Israeli society. “I understood that we have the power to DO in the Ministry for Social Equality,” remarks Avi. “Without a doubt these actions increase trust – that you enable people to bring their past to Israeli society, and give more stories and communities a space, a place to be heard – in such a way we grow the connection between people and communities and appear as a stronger Israeli society.
Budget in growth – growth prediction of more than 30% between 2018-2019
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