Ambassador Gil Haskel was appointed new Head of MASHAV – Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation
Human capacity building remains the main priority of MASHAV. Over the years, thousands of professionals have participated in MASHAV courses. Many have later gone on to serve in key positions.
MASHAV projects seek to advance our primary goal of capacity building in areas in which Israel has a competitive advantage.
The Policy Planning and External Relations Department is responsible for outlining the strategic direction of MASHAV and advising on the most effective policies for development.
The Planning and Evaluation Unit is responsible for searching for innovations and improvements in all of MASHAV’s development cooperation activities based on evaluations of completed and current programs.
The international community recognizes the special contribution of the private sector to the development process, as becoming one of the pillars of development cooperation while enhancing aid efficiency and effectiveness.
Haigud serves as an executive, financial, and administrative arm for MASHAV-Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
MASHAV maintains contact with its former course participants through its network of over 70 Shalom Clubs worldwide.