There was great excitement when the first group of Filipino caregivers brought to Israel

As is the case for workers in the agriculture and construction sectors, Filipino caregivers benefit from a well-organized, professional process of transit, without payment to intermediary agencies. CIMI coordinates with the non-governmental organization in the country of origin and is available online and by telephone through the Migrant Worker Call Center in Israel.

The entire process of bringing the workers into Israel is being monitored in a study to examine the effectiveness of the agreements. Additionally, during their first week in the country, when the new arrivals are in quarantine, they participate in a Zoom orientation program to give them a satisfactory welcome to the country and to ensure the best possible initial adjustment period, touching on aspects of long-term stays as well. It is an ongoing orientation process aimed at reducing the level of conflict and crisis relating to their migration.

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The Center for International Migration and Integration (CIMI) reviews a year of varied and challenging activities. In the area of work migration, despite the multiple challenges caused by the pandemic