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ORT is the world’s largest Jewish education and vocational training non-governmental organisation.

Started in 1880, World ORT is today operational in 37 countries and helps around 300 000 students around the world. Specialised in technology, our mission is to provide communities wherever they are, with the skills and knowledge necessary to cope with the complexities and uncertainties of their environment.

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Distances and borders melted away when hundreds of ORT students in the flour of their youth, together with parents and teachers, were joined by videoconferencing technology for a fun afternoon of challah baking.

ORT schools in Argentina, Spain, Mexico, Italy, Israel, Russia, Moldova, and Bulgaria took part in the second annual challa agula event organised by ORT Argentina. They kneaded the dough for the round challa loaves which are traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashana and took in turns to share the customs of their communities, such as Mexico’s traditional dish of apples covered in a spicy sauce called chamoy.

“This event is a sign of what makes World ORT strong – its global reach,” World ORT Director General Avi Ganon told the participants from Israel. “It’s a wonderful initiative and I thank ORT Argentina for continuing with it. I want to wish all of you Shana Tovah!”
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Distances and borders melted away when hundreds of ORT students in the flour of their youth, together with parents and teachers, were joined by videoc...

September 19th, 6:48 pm

Distances and borders melted away when hundreds of ORT students in the flour of their youth, together with parents and teachers, were joined by videoconferencing technology for a fun afternoon of challah baking. 

ORT schools in Argentina, Spain, Mexico, Italy, Israel, Russia, Moldova, and Bulgaria took part in the second annual challa agula event organised by ORT Argentina. They kneaded the dough for the round challa loaves which are traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashana and took in turns to share the customs of their communities, such as Mexico’s traditional dish of apples covered in a spicy sauce called chamoy.

“This event is a sign of what makes World ORT strong – its global reach,” World ORT Director General Avi Ganon told the participants from Israel. “It’s a wonderful initiative and I thank ORT Argentina for continuing with it. I want to wish all of you Shana Tovah!”

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Linda Yashon KirschbaumLove this! Happy new year!!

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