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African Refugee Development Center

The African Refugee Development Center is a grassroots, community-based nonprofit organization that was founded in 2004 by African asylum-seekers and Israeli citizens in order to protect, assist, and empower African refugees and asylum-seekers in Israel. ARDC began its work as a humanitarian aid organization, and over time has adapted to fit community needs. Currently, ARDC works to address gaps in services created by harsh governmental policies in 4 key sectors: education, livelihoods, advocacy, and rights empowerment. To date, ARDC has served over 15,000 asylum-seekers from a number of countries and operates various educational programs seeking to deepen the social and economic inclusion of asylum-seekers throughout Israel.

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We empower

Our Programs

Higher Education &
Economic Inclusion
ALEF Haifa 
Community Life


I believe we all have a duty as people to help our community. We are not in this world to be on our own.

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IT Professional & Web Designer

My dream is to build one of the more successful sports media companies in Israel



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To empower this community we need to come together and programs like this are what's helping that process.

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ARDC's Web Design course teaching assistant