Unitaf is a nonprofit organization that operates daycare centers and after-school programs for children of migrant workers and asylum seekers.
Tour revenue will be invested in supporting migrant workers, African refugees, and their children by providing them with the basic essentials they need to succeed.
2 to 10
Medium (2-5 miles/ 3-8 km walking distance, some physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Comfortable shoes for walking, Hat
This org is new to the travel industry
Your visit will make an extra impact! Expect off the beaten path conditions.
Take a walk through parts of Tel-Aviv not often visited by tourists and discover the vibrant cultural melting-pot that is South Tel-Aviv, with migrants and refugees from Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Eritrea, Ghana, and more. Here the markets are full of exotic produce from all around the world, such as wedding clothes from Eritrea and colorful saris from India.
On this tour you will encounter the social innovation that is Unitaf: here, with minimal resources, Unitaf has created an educational/social start-up pairing striving female small business owners with Israeli professionals to create state-of-the-art daycare centers for the refugee children of South Tel-Aviv.
You will meet and talk to the dedicated team that takes part in this enterprise and hear from them first-hand about how they work with refugees to help them not only survive, but thrive.
Hagra 35, Tel Aviv, TA, Israel
To help the marginalized populations in Israel’s society who do not receive appropriate institutional response to their needs.
Operating three daycare centers, taking care of 170 babies and infants
Operating three after-school programs, taking care of 105 children
Mobile Evaluation and Treatment Unit for children with special needs
Multi-Cultural children's story books