We envision a world where all children have the opportunity to grow and thrive in a safe environment.
The Yehuda Tribitch Fund for Social Involvement, which operates Unitaf, was established in 2005 with the aim of ending the phenomenon of children warehouses. The organisation was established by a group of volunteers that decided to improve early childhood education for status-less children.
Unitaf is a unique model that runs educational programs for status-less children, ages three months - six years. Our model is acknowledged by the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministries of Welfare and Economics to serve as a model of standards for operating such frameworks in the foreign community.
Unitaf is a community-based organisation. Our frameworks are owned and operated by teachers and caregivers from the foreign community, with guidance from expert staff from the Fund for Social Involvement.
We are the Village.
Status-less women who receive professional training. They own and operate the early education programs.
Supervise the educational teams, support children and their families with a variety of social services.
A team of professionals who provide therapy to children with special needs in Unitaf’s programs. Comprising a Speech therapist, an Occupational therapist, and an Emotional therapist.
Train caregivers in the subject of early education, and provide them with tools to create and maintain a rich educational environment.
Various parenting programs operate throughout the year to support parents in their parenting roles, raise awareness on child development, and strengthen their communication with their children.