Project Rozana is a unique multi-faith and multi-cultural partnership to improve Palestinian health.

A joint project of Anglican Overseas Aid (Australia), Hadassah Australia and Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem, Project Rozana is endorsed by the Palestinian Minister of Health.

This Australian-based initiative brings together people of different faiths and cultures with one clear objective – raising funds that will make a real difference to lives of hundreds of Palestinian children in the West Bank and Gaza Strip by providing treatment and doctor-training at one of the world's finest hospitals – Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.

Project Rozana provides a unique opportunity for Australians to make fully tax deductible donations to an overseas aid program in which:

  • the beneficiaries are Palestinian;
  • the funds are deployed at an iconic Israeli institution;
  • fundraising is done by an Australian Jewish organisation;
  • the project is managed by an Australian Anglican organisation.

Ron Finkel (President, Hadassah Australia), Dr Osnat Levtzion-Korach (CEO, Hadassah Hospital Mt Scopus) Ambassador Izzat Abdulhadi & Assoc Prof Julian Rait (Chair, Anglican Overseas Aid)

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In a first event of its kind in Australia, Head of the Palestinian Delegation to Australia, Ambassador Izzat Abdulhadi and a leading Israeli, Dr. Osnat Levtzion, the CEO of Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus, spoke together of the ground-breaking initiative, Project Rozana, which is building bridges between Israelis and Palestinians through Medicine and Health.

At a luncheon in Melbourne to promote Project Rozana, Mr. Abdulhadi noted that “for the first time, two private Australian organisations, Anglican Overseas Aid and the Hadassah Australian Foundation have established a partnership with the official backing of the Palestinian Authority, Ministry of Health”

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