• Address:
  • 24 Chida Street, Efrata
  • 12345678
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    Categories of Activities:
  • Immigrant Absorption
  • Social Welfare

Promoting research & publications on Jewish Diasporas. Initiating contacts and actions to restore communities to Judaism and Israel.
Amishav supports education & welfare for Bnei Menashe, who were brought to Israel by Amishav over the past 40 years.

Amishav defines Israel’s Diaspora as the origins of the Jewish People – the descendants of the Ten Tribes, which according to our biblical sources were exiled by the Assyrians in 722 BC, and eventually assimilated and were “lost” to the Jewish people, mostly of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin. It is a great mission to find the Jewish People’s lost and assimilated offspring, convert them, and bring them back into the fold of Judaism in Israel. For this reason, Amishav representatives have explored out to India, Thailand, Myanmar, China, Mexico, Spain, Portugal, Japan, and others, to locate descendants of the Jewish People. Amishav has brought Jews from Mexico, Peru, and most significantly about 1,000 members of the Bnei Menashe tribe from Mizoram and Manipur in northeastern India. There is much more to do, as we know of such people living in Japan and in various places in Asia.

Certificate of Good Standing
(Nihul Takin)
Financial Report (last tax year)   
Certificate of Financial Accounting
(Ishur Nihul Pinkasei Chesbonot)
Annual Report (last tax year) - Hebrew   
Certificate of tax-deductibility at source (Ishur Nikui Mas b'Makor)   
Annual Report (last tax year) - English   
Classification as non-profit organization (Sivug Malcar)   
Anticipated Budget (this coming year) - Hebrew   
Non-standard articles of incorporation
(Takanon Meuchad)
Anticipated Budget (this coming year) - English