Is a media empowerment program that helps agunot and mesoravot get to expose their story to the media. The program gives women the tools to express themselves, build their self confidence, trains them in giving media interviews, and educates them in the various media resources available,
Economic Empowerment: This program helps women acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to find employment, run an efficient household, and achieve economic self confidence and success. Sessions include learning how to write a resume, how to conduct oneself in an interview, and how to create and maintain a balanced budget. A personal counselor helps each woman establish the goals best suited to her particular needs.
Self Defence: The course includes developing self defence skills, boundary-setting and assertiveness training.
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Melavot (companions) are an integral part of the emotional support program at Mavoi Satum. A melava accompanies each woman through the often long and arduous legal process until she receives her divorce. Our melavot staff includes native Israelis, English speaking immigrants, retirees, professional women, secular and religious women, and women who have themselves been mesoravot get. All work tirelessly to provide mesoravot with comprehensive emotional support, friendship, and empowerment skills.
To be a melava requires significant dedication and commitment often over many years and a minimal obligation of one year of service is required although a longer commitment is preferable.The melava receives training, guidance, and support from Mavoi Satum’s social worker.
When women are asked to identify the most significant help they receive from the melavot, they agree that it is their personal contact during the most critical times.
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